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Chapters 1 and 2 discuss the customers motivation for buying, how to make your craft and art pieces standout from other offerings, how to present your work for maximum appeal, and how to convey the value of your work. The list of ways to increase the perceived value of your work is invaluable.
Chapters 3 and 4 cover how to price your work competitively and profitably, while Chapter 5 goes into detail about pricing unique items.
Charter 6 covers recordkeeping for the customer transaction...bills of sale, description of the piece sold, valuations, etc.
Chapters 7 & 10 go into detail about bookkeeping, calculating profitability, and requirements for business taxes, and so forth.
Chapters 8 & 9 give tips on how to lower the cost of materials and how to set up your workspace for maximum productivity.
If you are new to selling your art and craft work, this book is a great introduction to getting started.
Even if you're inexperienced in selling, if you've got something beautiful to offer, be honest about your price. Under-selling makes your products less appealing. It's true. I applied some of the principles from this book to my most recent craft display at our local coffee shop. I've already sold twice as many items as last year, and my profit is far greater. Book is definitely worth the reading, both for the practical "how to price" info and also a kick in the pants for the less confident among us.