Interesting Business Ideas from Decoupage Hobbies

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Do you want to earn money for doing something you love? For decoupage lovers, here are some business ideas you can pursue now!

For those who has a hobby of making decoupage, you are no stranger to the budget requirements. Some basic ingredients like mod podge glue can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars per seed, not to mention various paints like acrylic, varnish, or primer, which does not come cheap, although that depends on the type and quality. Well, to be able to overcome the budgetary problems and to keep doing your hobby, why not just turn your hobby into a business?

You not only satisfy your passion for decoupage, but also earn money from your hobby. Do what you love and make money doing it. Who wouldn’t want that?

Here are some ideas that you help you make the transition

1. Selling Decoupage Glass and Ceramic Plates

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Ceramics are most often used to make decoupage because the result always looks a cut above others. Glasses and plates that have been decorated with your decoupage designs can be sold online. For this, social media will be integral as a platform for promotion. Upload your decoupage works to your social media accounts and provide options and examples so potential customers can choose which designs they want installed on glasses and plates.

2. Bags and Clutch from Decoupage

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Selling bags and clutches with decoupage designs is what most hobbyists do. This is a promising, broad and endless business opportunity that will definitely be easy for you to run with. The communities of decoupage lovers are enthusiastic about new and various decoupage creations, don’t be afraid to think outside the box and create your own unique and creative designs.

3. Decoupage Fan

Making a business of selling fan decoupage can also be profitable. Remember, decoupage can be done on any solid media, so decorating a fan will be a piece of cake. To be more unique and different, try selling a fan with decoupage bamboo matting as well. Customers are more pleased the more choices they have.

4. Decoupage Wallet

Besides bags and clutch, decoupage wallets are also a favourite! An attractive design with the right choice of wallet is sure to attract enthusiasts. Of course, women’s wallet will suit and work best. Focus on wallet creations with decoupage decorations, and provide a good amount of choices with varying sizes and models. Design decorations can be done with soft and pastel colours to make them look more feminine and inviting.

Selling Decoupage Making Equipment Packages

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Don’t be intimidated by the hassle that could be involved in collecting the items required. In fact, rejoice, because many people are facing the same hassles and this could be an opportunity for you. Selling ‘decoupage kit’ with all the items required for make a decoupage could be a very profitable business. You can create your kit with a variety of specific themes to expand your cache and attract prospective buyers looking for different themes, and provide ideas and inspiration in the process.

We would advice selling at an affordable price for starters, even if you don’t take in too much profit. The important thing is to get the word about your product out in the open. The business will pick up soon enough because there are many decoupage hobbyists out there who will certainly feel helped by the presence of sellers like you who understand their plight and knows just what they need.

6. Creating Decoupage Art Creation Classes

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Creating a decoupage can seem like a lot of work, but we creators know the work is half the fun, and it is a very effective in relieving stress. This activity can also be introduced to children (with simple media and designs). Sharing knowledge and experiences is certainly appreciated and is also a source of satisfaction. Host workshops and classes and spread the knowledge and fun.

Decoupage can be for anybody, regardless of gender, age, or race, and it’s matters little whether you’re an amateur just being introduced to the art or a professional who makes a living with it. The most important thing to remember is to have fun with it.

Read also: 4 Moneymaking Businesses You Can Build by Doing Eco Friendly Crafts


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