Like many creators, my business started over 15 years ago on my kitchen table, handcrafting home decor and painting furniture until dawn. At first, I wanted to be able to build something while the kids were asleep, or make something cute, but as time went on, I found myself doing what I love in a creative business. I really wanted to be able to grow and celebrate my family financially. I started selling at craft shows and markets, stepping into multi-vendor booths and eventually becoming a retailer.Here is kitchen table creative club Come in and help other small, creative business owners.
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I made a lot of mistakes along the way. I was lucky to have some close friends, and I was able to figure things out with them when situations arose. I know the questions I need to ask. I don’t know what I need to know.wanted a way To share information with other creatives who want to know more.
For the past three years, I have been doing business consulting for small creative businesses such as artists, manufacturers and retailers. It was spectacular and set something on fire in me. I started asking myself how I could help more creative business owners of all ages and locations. No one is too young or too old to start/work on a creative business. We also welcome all creative businesses, not just those listed.
It turns out I’m really passionate about it.this is why i am starting This is the kitchen table creation department. The name is a tribute to where most of us start our work. How do I get my handmade items delivered to the boutique? I want to paint furniture but need to sell it in my booth? How can I start wholesale? I love doing a lot, how can I narrow it down?
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