9 Important Things to Say to Your Jewelry Customers (Video)

Jewelry and Coffee with Rena by Rena Klingenberg. Here are 9 things you can say to help jewelry customers feel comfortable and well cared for: Transcript of this Video: Every contact you have with a jewelry customer is an opportunity to influence whether they’ll return, and whether they’ll refer other people to you. And a […]

What Chain Styles and Lengths Are Most Popular for Pendants?

by Krisha. (Texas) I’ve been making jewelry about a year in my little business. One problem I have with design is choosing a chain style and length. I make wire wrapped bead jewelry and hand stamped items. I have been using stainless ball chain with my stainless steel hand stamped items. I’ve received no complaints […]

Getting People Excited About Your Jewelry (Video)

Jewelry and Coffee with Rena Video Episode 34 by Rena Klingenberg. Go deep down and find what really makes you enthusiastic about your jewelry art – and then express it! Here are some enthusiastic words from other artists to get you started. Transcript of This Video: Enthusiasm is contagious. I love to read blog posts […]

Organizing Inventory: What’s the Best Way?

by Rahel. (Delaware) Hi All! 🙂 I am starting to expand my jewelry business into supplies. I would like to get some ideas on how to organize my physical inventory. Do you use boxes? If I have about 200-300 items, and also about 300 finished pieces how should I store them? Right now I have […]

A Jewelry Care Tip for Your Customers (Video)

Jewelry and Coffee with Rena Video Episode 32 by Rena Klingenberg. Many people store their jewelry in the bathroom so it’s handy when they’re getting ready for the day. But is that a good place for jewelry? Transcript of This Video: Many people store their jewelry in the bathroom. That way it’s handy while they’re […]

Discouraged Over Competition

by Tricia. I love making bracelets. I have one question; I love making jewelry, but, I also see that the jewelry market is over saturated, seriously. I love making simple jewelry, hence my name, Tricia’s Simple Treasures’. Does anyone ever get discouraged? I find I see the same jewelery so much, or similar. Any suggestions? […]

Is Making Duplicates Good Business?

by Jackie Davidson. If I make an item that generates a lot of interest and sells quickly, what do you think about making a duplicate to sell at my next show? I don’t claim to sell “one-of-a-kind” pieces, but do people expect “one-of-a-kind” from hand-crafted? If I come up with a great design, I often […]

Selling Jewelry Pieces You’re Wearing: What’s “Best Practice”?

by Jackie Davidson. When you are doing a jewelry home party (or any show, for that matter), do you wear pieces from your inventory? Or do you wear from your personal pieces of your own work? What if someone wants to buy what you are wearing? How do you handle it; for example, how do […]

Networking with People in Your Niche

Learning from others can help your jewelry business by Jean Forman. When I started my seaglass and wire crochet jewelry business (Lucky Sea GlassTM ), I enjoyed beachcombing for the seaglass alone or with my husband and creating the lovely jewelry by myself. It was, and still is, fun and exciting for me to be […]

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