9 Crafts You Can Easily Make & Sell Online

Written by Grace & Silas

Finding new ways to create an income stream can be fun. And in this case, it can be really fun if you’re a crafty person. And even if you’re not, there are plenty of simple and easy crafts you can make and sell online. So give some of these ideas a try and let us know how it goes!

Side Note: All of these crafts are things you can quickly find on Pinterest! There are SO MANY ideas on there!

Marbled Alcohol Ink Coasters

Coasters can add flair and style to any home or office. And making marbled alcohol ink coasters offers a custom touch to any home. You just need ink alcohol, ceramic tiles (of course), a paintbrush, paint, sealer, and rubber pads for the bottom. 

Body Scrub Bars

Everyone loves body scrubs. And creating scrub bars with natural ingredients not only has a refreshing scent but they are great exfoliators and are chemical free. You can also use different oils and natural ingredients for wonderful smelling and relaxing combinations.

DIY Succulent Planters

Creating adorable succulent planters with a great design will make anyone happy. Succulents can be purchased for as little as $5, making this a cost-effective, and profitable craft.

Studded Phone Cases

Creating pretty studded phone cases is sure to attract customers for their beautiful and fashionable design. And making this item requires just a few supplies and is a great way to sell your work.

Paint Scrape Notecards

These painted handmade notecards add a personal touch for anyone sending out a personal thank you, holiday greeting, or special event reminder. Also, if you are a skilled calligrapher, you can create custom written notes for additional income.

Fabric Covered Journals

Fabric covered journals can easily reflect anyone’s style and are simple to personalize. With only a few main materials, this is an easy craft to get started making and selling for a very small investment.

Upcycled Mint Tins

Upcycling is in! If you have leftover mint or Altoid tins, refurbish them with washi-tape, or scrapbook paper. These can be used to hold bobby pins, hair ties, sewing and knitting notions, and even small jewelry!

Pop-Up Box Christmas Card

Christmas time is magical and everyone loves to give custom made cards. So why not take your card making skills to the next level and add some motion to those normally stationary stationery? These pop up box Christmas cards can be found all over Pinterest, so definitely try your hand at one!

Teacup Candle Holders

Teacups are not just for beverages. So head to your local thrift store and get some vintage teacups to create adorable teacup candle holders. These are perfect for weddings, parties, and group events looking for a farmhouse or vintage atmosphere.

Whether you’re crafty or not, many of these DIY projects can be easily and quickly made. So give them a try and let us know what you think!


Meet Silas & Grace

Silas and Grace always had a passion for travel. So in 2016, they started Chasing Foxes as an independent income source. 4 months after launch, they were making enough money from their blog to travel full-time, and in the past 5 years, they’ve been able to encourage others in their blogging journeys too. Learn more about Silas & Grace.

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