If art is just more than your hobby and you're making money through it, selling art and crafts can be a great idea. You could sell your labor in the farmers markets, industrial ships or bazarum. For those who are new to this field, here are five key ways that can help you sell your work successfully and at affordable prices.
The first tip is to target children. It's not to say that you should NOT design for children but you must cater to their needs as well. In events like those where you are more likely to show your work for sale, most families come as more of an outing. If you can offer something the kids might want, or even the elders like for children, you can be sure of a few sales.
Secondly, always organize and guide art and crafts on the simplest route. Remember, it's an art gallery and you're more likely to have the most visitors who like it. So arrange tidy all of your items and leave empty spaces as well.
Thirdly, clearly mark the price of items. If there is no price tag, most could simply go rather than ask the price.
Fourth, it's better to take all you have and sell less than take less and run out of products when people are looking to buy. You could not sell everything you take but at least it makes your screen good. The more time the customers spend on the table, the better the chances of sale.
Finally, take something and everything that may need to add art and crafts on-site if necessary. Add extra brushes, pens, pencils, cutlery, price tags, glue, pins, etc. So be sure that you can handle all accidents.