How to price D: aahhhhhhh
So....I've been thinking about selling the things I make but never got to it in fear of over or underpricing, and I recently posted some stuff I made for charity on facebook...now 2 people want to buy some but I have no idea how to price them OTL
Any advice? I'm posting a picture of what they want underneath
they're about 2-2.5 cm
Those are cute! Well the first thing to consider is how much did you buy your supplies for the crafts and then how long it took you to make them. You then could price them based on that this will help pay for the supplies and still give you some profit back.
The issue is....I just collect supplies over time, so I have no idea how much they cost , and I sorta did these in bulk so I don't know specifically how much time it took (especially having to wait for resin to cure)
It seems like most people on etsy price them at around $4....someone had one in just a slightly bigger bottle for $9, but it seemed overprice (unless she was including a necklace chain or something)
General standard is the cost of supplies X3.
Price it what you would pay. At least as much as a similar "made in china" piece would go for if not more. You deserve it.
whoops I suppose I never updated this
I asked for $4, since that was what most etsy stores were asking for similar things, but they gave me $10 :3
Some people paid $35 for the fundraising campaign they were made originally for (the jellyfish I made only because they seemed popular, so I kept that money, but if I ever sell the space ships I designed and made specifically for, well, people of that community hosting and participating in that campaign, the money would go to there)
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