Stage 4 – All the spare time goes to craft fairs and advertising on social media, spending most evenings plus weekends on the creative business… It’s paying for materials plus a little extra to treat yourself and the family.
Stage 3 – I’ve sold, someone outside my friendship group has bought one of my creations!!
When family and friends are making requests and offering a contribution that usually means the learning and practicing is starting to show – well done!!
Think of this stage as your foundation, this is where you develop and improve the quality of your craft. This is also an ongoing stage! You never stop learning, improving and developing – this is one of the joys of… Continue Reading →