Comment to Win 'Craft, Inc.' from Chronicle Books!

Posted by on May 07, 2012

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"Craft, Inc" by Meg Mateo Ilasco


This week, comment on this blog post or connect with us on Facebook to win a copy of "Craft, Inc." by Meg Mateo Ilasco, courtesy of Chronicle Books:

"In this completely revised edition of the definitive crafter’s business book, entrepreneur Meg Mateo Ilasco offers expanded and authoritative guidance on everything from developing products and sourcing materials to writing a business plan and paying taxes."

Check out this adorable video for the book: 

Until Monday, May 14th at 11:59 p.m. EST, you can win a copy of this fantastic resource. There are two ways to enter:

1). Answer the following question as a comment below: "If you were to have a craft business, what type of goods would you sell?" or "If you already a own a craft business, what type of goods do you sell?" 

2). Share an image of your most recently completed craft project on our Facebook page, then leave a comment on this blog post telling us that you did it. 

Each of these options will count as one entry. You are welcome to do one or both. 

Good luck! 

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  • by nsue21702
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    Upcycling home decor items, possibly. The recent trend of home decor from the 60's with a twist is making me raid my parents' basement :)

  • by charleeferry
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    Wow! I NEED this book! I have so many great ideas that I want to turn into the next Etsy explosion but don't even know where to begin... Plus I'm flat broke, so turning my ideas into money has never been more important. Can't wait to turn the first page of this great book!

  • by themoth
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    I already have a small business and sell eco-friendly clothing and accessories. It's a side-project but I would love it to see it become my day job :)

  • by funky finds
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    funky finds

    I shared a photo of a collage I recently made -->

  • by funky finds
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    funky finds

    The crafts I most enjoy doing are embroidery & scrapbooking. Sometimes I combine the two! If I sold crafts, it would most likely be doing custom scrapbooking for clients.