Mastering Framing At Home

If you have decided to start a home business then you are going to be taking on a whole new type of work. Making frames can be really exciting especially if you are very creative and you like to try new and different things that people love to frame. One of the very first things you need to do is be sure you have all of the supplies necessary to make all the frames. Another thing you will need to do is start a website so that you are able to fill orders online.

What Type Of Frames Are You Going To Be Selling?

The very best thing for you to do is offer all types of frames so that you are able to make enough money to stay working at home. You need to be sure that you have frames for every single occasion including frames for collegiate diploma frames. The more options you have the better your business will be.

Shipping And Handling

Always be sure that you take the time to figure out the best way to ship all of your frames out to customers. You want to have a quick turnaround time with all of the frames that you make and ship out. People generally do not like to wait much more than a week for whatever item they purchased online. Having great customer service is going to be essential in your new business. Another thing you should take into consideration is how much you should charge for shipping and handling. You do not want to charge too much because then people will not buy your frames.

Having your own home business is going to be a challenge but once you work out all of the kinks you should be on your way to success.

Personalizing Backpacks at Home

Your child can have the best backpack in the entire school, and it can also be personalized the way he or she likes.Personalized backpacks for kids are a great way to make your child’s backpack unique and special. The personalization can be an iron-on decal of a train or their favorite cartoon character, or it can simply be the letters of their first name or initials. Your child will love making their own personal emblem on their backpack, and this fun craft can be done at home with your child, which will save money and also make it a fun project for the two of you.

Getting Ideas

Personalized backpacks are sold online, but you don’t have to buy those expensive items; you can do the personalizing right at home with a little ingenuity. These websites can give you some ideas, though. The next time you go to a craft store, take your children with you and ask them what they would like to put on their own backpack. They may have gotten some ideas from the websites selling personalized backpacks, so they will be asking to get emblems and goodies along those lines. If the craft store doesn’t have something along the lines of what your kids want, get creative. You can browse arts and craft supplies such as fabric, felt, stickers, super glue, and more for making your own customized personalization. Even your kids will want to get in on the fun.

Making your own customized emblems, images, lettering, and more will be a lot of fun, and your kids will be proud to show off their creations to all their friends at school. But if you’re not very crafty, there are websites that sell really cute, personalized backpacks that your kids will love.



Creating a T-Shirt Quilt

Hoodies, t shirts, sales, discounts and generally fun stuff, where can you find all of that while one stop shopping? First of all, put away your car keys because you don’t have to leave the house. Now fetch yourself a drink and open up your laptop—it’s time to shop.

What’s Your Favor Color?

Blue, red, green, yellow, orange, purple—the possibilities are very nearly limitless. People are putting their old T-Shirts to work these days by cutting out squares (either with a design or just the color) and making them into quilts. I’m not sure when I would find time to do that but it sounds like a pretty cool idea. Getting an entire group together in your neighborhood could be even more fun, and as long as the scissors are safe enough you could have the kids participate in cutting out squares of their old T-Shirts. Now there’s a quilt for you—Spiderman, Sponge Bob, Care Bears, X Men and Hello Kitty.

What’s your favorite design?

It just so happens I have more black T-Shirts than anything else; it also just so happens that most of them have a skull on them somewhere—be it on the sleeve, the front, the back, or choice number three—all of the above. I do have shirts with other things on them however; there’s even a couple that have nothing to do with skulls, demons, and other creepy, scary stuff. Maybe you could make a nice Halloween quilt out of my T-Shirts. Aside from that I’m not sure what direction you could possibly go. Oh I know—you could make a bunch of quilts out of my old tee shirts and sell them at either a punk rock concert or a biker rally.

Look at that—I just gave you a moneymaking idea and I’m not even going to charge you a finder’s fee for it.