Boho Earrings, Statement Earrings in Peach with Gold Leaf, Geometric Earrings, Circular Earrings, Modern Earrings, Polymer Clay Earrings

These gold leaf boho earrings are from my Inka collection. I make them from polymer clay, gold leaf and gilded, hypoallergenic metal parts. >> Length: approx. 4.5 cm, lightweight >> Diameter: approx. 3 cm In my shop you can find

Are you looking for a quick way to get an extra income?

Why not turn that cooking interest, comic book collection, or retro dress collection into a home-based business!

Most people enjoy the hobbies they have pursued with great enthusiasm for years. Although they may think their leisure activities are complete and fun, they never imagined making money with a fun hobby!

The world is full of amazingly talented people.

Are you one of these talented individuals? These gifted individuals can have a passion for sewing amazing original wardrobes, amazing hand-knit items, furniture, creative paintings, photographs, jewelry art, greeting card design, doll making, original toys, baby clothes, candle making, quilting, calligraphy, fancy fabric making, you!

Crafting is actually a great way to start a home business on a shoe string. You may want to start on a small scale by offering your creative work to friends and family. Later, when you've got enough products, you can choose to rent a booth at local flea markets or craft shows to showcase your work.

As you may have, the arts and crafts industry has an amazing phenomenal popularity. People are eager to buy handmade clothing, furniture, custom made memorabilia or jewelry. If you have the creative talent, this is a company you should keep in mind!

A friend, Joyce, diverted her obsession with light manufacturing into a thriving business. She started by selling her handmade scented candles to friends and neighbors. Oral words scattered about her candles. Soon she was given enough orders to keep her very busy.

Joyce throws house parties to sell her candles and also takes orders from ads she shows in local newspapers. She then plans to bring her candles to the shops and malls in her area.

I recently read about a middle-aged colleague who turned his knowledge of collecting rare comic books into a thriving business.


Several hundred of his old series are now worth their weight in gold. And his wife no longer protests the space the old editions take up in his home.

Think about it!

What is your passion?

What is your leisure interest?

Can your quiet pursuits translate into a lucrative business?