Keepsake businesses Dotty About Phoebe, The Wishing Jar and Two Green Lane, have all held beautiful Christmas stalls recently.
Christmas is a busy time of year for keepsake businesses. From more established artists celebrating their highest ever turnover, to newer businesses making a name for themselves, The Keepsake Co are really proud of them all.
When you start a keepsake business, they don’t just leave you to get on with it. The Keepsake Co provide all the help and support you need to get you set up (branding, design, website, social media, product training and more) and then, along with their mega supportive Facebook group, answer questions along the way.
Christmas stalls have been a hot topic lately, and The Keepsake Co wanted to share photos from three amazing businesses who only set up this year. Dotty About Phoebe, The Wishing Jar, and Two Green Lane, have all held beautiful stalls recently.
They worked incredibly hard to make them a success, and were also helped by some top tips from other keepsake artists about what items to take, ways to display products, how to encourage people to sign up to an email list, and gentle sales techniques.
The lovely thing about running your own business is that you decide when you finish for Christmas. The Keepsake Co artists have set their own Christmas order deadlines so they can ensure they complete all of their work in time to enjoy their chosen amount of time off with family and friends.
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