Turn Their Trash Into Your Profits Selling Arts & Crafts Items Without Making A Single Project! - If you need part time dollars, then you'll find it easy as pie to make a few extra dollars per week, or you can even start your own full time business! [NOOK Book]

Overview

Sell Arts & Crafts Items Without Making A Single Project!

Making Money From Arts & Crafts
Products Has Never Been Easier!

Even if you are not into making arts and crafts, you can still profit...
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Turn Their Trash Into Your Profits Selling Arts & Crafts Items Without Making A Single Project! - If you need part time dollars, then you'll find it easy as pie to make a few extra dollars per week, or you can even start your own full time business!

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Overview

Sell Arts & Crafts Items Without Making A Single Project!

Making Money From Arts & Crafts
Products Has Never Been Easier!

Even if you are not into making arts and crafts, you can still profit in this market and this special report shows you how!

If you can't paint, sew, crochet, knit or cross-stitch, that's perfectly ok, you can still make money by selling original handcrafted arts and crafts related items without sewing a single stitch or painting a single brush stroke.

Maria when I got arthritis in my hands so bad I couldn't sew anymore this prevented me from making quilts I usually sold to make extra money for gifts for my grand children. Thank you so much for this report because it has really opened my eyes by showing me other ways to make money without the pain the arthritis causes. I may not be able to sew quilts anymore but I am still pleased to see that I can still be a big help in the quilting community! I truly do thank you for this information. Wilma H.

This Special Report Shares With You
Ways to locate handcrafted items dirt-cheap that you can resell for huge profits
How used clothing and a pair of scissors can prove to be quite profitable
How to obtain free used clothing where you can begin with absolutely no start up costs
Why one person's ignorance can help increase your own profits
How to assemble quick kits that can be resold for as much as $10.00 each, using materials that costs you only pennies
How a 50 cent item can be resold for as high as much as $25.00
How to turn an old bedspread into over $500 cash or more
A tip where you could make as much as $250.00 from old furniture like sofas and chairs that others have thrown away, as well as providing a guaranteed buyer if a certain type of fabric is used on this furniture.
You'll find the information contained in the book will help you make money no matter what skills you have.

If you just need part time dollars, then you'll find it easy as pie to make a few extra dollars per week, or you can even start your own full time business using some of the methods covered in this special report!

SNEAK PEAK:

You can profit from selling crafts and crafting supplies even if you never make a single project.
There’s many ways to profit from craft related items, but this report deals with one tactic that is not known by many, yet has proven to be extremely profitable for those that have tried this method.
In your town, is there a business that operates by selling used appliances? If so, this business is probably quite profitable because the owner is making money off of his or her skills, while putting very little investment into his or her business.
The owners of used appliance stores usually pick-up broken down appliances from the street, like washers, dryers and refrigerators that others have thrown away, or they purchase these broken appliances dirt-cheap from others that do not want to pay for costly repairs.
They then take the appliances to their shops, repair them, clean them or paint them if needed and resell them to make a very hefty profit.
You see used car dealers, small engine shops and even furniture stores using this method, yet you very rarely see other types of business owners apply this method towards their sales.
How many times have you seen a used clothing store, or a thrift shop, repair clothes to resell for a nicer profit? Me, I’ve seen none. Usually used clothing stores and thrift shops wash and dry clothing that doesn’t need to be repaired, while throwing the damaged clothing into the trash.
What about toys? How many times have you seen toys being thrown away along side of the road? Now I know it’s not very wise to repair toys, because if not repaired correctly then you could be held liable for damages if a child is hurt, but still you’re overlooking one very profitable venture by ignoring other people’s “trash”.
Now you can make money, by recycling others trash, by visiting yard sales and thrift stores and even by asking your family and friends for all their used clothing and old stuffed toys before they throw them away.
First I’ll cover ways to profit from yard sales, then I’ll discuss profiting from recycling other peoples unwanted clothing and toys.
Have you ever been to a yard sale, and noticed handmade items being sold extremely cheap like crocheted bedspreads, afghans etc.
What about other handmade objects like yard signs, toys or decorative household items?
Usually you will find handcrafted items at yard sales or in thrift stores dirt-cheap.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013835207
  • Publisher: eBook4Life
  • Publication date: 12/11/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 60 KB

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