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How To Make Money Selling Costume Jewelry-Sell Jewelry Online

Updated on June 29, 2013

How to Sell Jewelry

Costume jewelry is worn by the young, not so young and the fabulous. No wonder it is a billion dollar business if not more. All over the world people make money selling jewelry that is made by hand and sold as a resource. We already know that tourist are resources but what are they buying? You guessed it; hand made jewelry is the top of the list.

Wearing costume jewelry has been a way of inexpensive self expression. At one time or the another we have all worn our share of fashion jewelry or vintage costume jewelry.

If you have ever looked into the fashion magazines you will begin to see how important jewelry is to making even the simplest outfits complete or making your own personal statement.

Getting into the jewelry business is not as risky as other businesses. You already know that there is a need (addiction) to buy jewelry. Jewelry is a product that will always be bought and sold no matter what the economy does. Jewelry enables women to feel and look like a million dollars and we know that people buy what makes them feel good.

The only research you need to do is where to buy your jewelry, where to sell it and what to sell it for. The rest you can learn as you go. My point is you can begin to make money now if you really wanted to by taking a supply to your job, group or getting a table at a flea market. That simple you can be in business.

When you decide to sell costume jewelry you will have to determine which market you want to cater to:

  • tweens
  • teens
  • young adults
  • mature

Below is very informative video showing you how to sell your jewelry at a home party.

How To Sell Your Jewelry At A Home Party

You can make a lot of money selling jewelry if you remember not to use your own supply for yourself or gift giving and always invest at least 50% of your profits back into your company. The other half can be divided into your personal savings and weekly pay. It is important to learn how to control your money and view it as a tool and resource to survive; or you will never achieve the wealth you want.

What good is starting any business if you don't keep what you make to enhance your life. You may be thinking at this point that you may give this a try but it seems to good to be true. It is true and will only work if you trust yourself and get out of your box. You can make hundreds or thousands a week if you wanted to.

Where To Sell Costume Jewelry

You can go to near by beauty shops, social events and community fairs. Selling your jewelry online is a huge option if you want to work from home or stimulate business for your offline business. Having a costume jewelry store online is very popular and is cheaper to set up in most cases. After all millions of people search online for fashion jewelry.

You can sell your jewelry:

  1. Online
  2. beauty shops
  3. friends
  4. families
  5. social events
  6. community fairs

Sell Jewelry Online

Research these online selling platforms to sell your jewelry for a small fee or for free.

  • Marketplace
  • Made It
  • Art

5 Fast Action Tips to Making Money With Your Jewelry

You will have to decide where you will get your supply from if you don't make jewelry yourself. You can buy it or sell for others. It's up to you.

You will have to be aggressive and let all of your friends, family and co workers know you are in the jewelry business. Tell them to tell their friends. Send out invitations to your jewelry party and serve them like royalty. This will assure you a bigger audience each time. Be consistent and remember to reinvest your profit and build you income in a high yielding account.

  1. Get your costume jewelry supply. Make sure you choose quality and style.
  2. Decide where you want to sell your costume jewelry.
  3. Make sure to leave your calling card and/or flyer for future contact. Using labels on your packaging can help leave a lasting impression with clients.
  4. If your selling hand made jewelry you can sell your crafts online at Made it Myself, Art Fire, Cartel, or Bonanza for free. You will have to pay a small commission. They are all a .com.
  5. Tell everyone about your business and make money!!

Read this article "7 Tips To Selling Costume Jewelry" and get more information.
It's easy to get started with under $50. The jewelry is quality and can make you a great profit.


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