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27 Places to Sell Crafts Online

This webpage was last edited in 2013. We make no claims that the listing fees are still the same for each site.

You don’t need your own website to sell crafts online because several vendor sites are ready to help you. We’ve compared the monthly membership fees, setup fees, listing fees, and commission fees for all the sites we could find that let you sell your art, crafts, sewing projects, and other handmade goods online. Take a look at these 27 options so you can make the right choice for you.

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Etsy

  • Monthly Membership Fee: None
  • Setup Fee: None
  • Listing Fee Per Item: $0.20 to list an item for 4 months
  • Commission Owed to Vendor: 3.5%

Etsy is the most popular place to sell crafts online, and that’s also the biggest advantage to using it. There are 15 million buyers in the community, which gives you a big audience of potential buyers. However, that also means more competition. You can sell handmade goods, vintage items, and craft supplies on Etsy. There are also promotional tools at your disposal, forums, and an online labs section to help you be successful.

ArtFire

  • Monthly Membership Fee: $20 (you can find promotions)
  • Setup Fee: None
  • Listing Fee Per Item: None
  • Commission Owed to Vendor: None

You can sell crafts, handmade goods, and supplies on ArtFire. One great thing about Art Fire is that they push all of your items to Google Shopping so people surfing on the Internet can find your crafts in their browser instead of having to visit your ArtFire store. There are also lots of custom options that let you brand your store, run discounts and promotions, and track site statistics.

Handmade Catalog

  • Monthly Membership Fee: $4.95 (there are membership tiers)
  • Setup Fee: None
  • Listing Fee Per Item: None, but there is a 50 item limit
  • Commission Owed to Vendor: 15%

Handmade Catalog has different membership tiers. When you go up to the Standard or Professional tiers, you get to list items on the main page of the site, which will bring you more traffic. The vendor commission fees also go down with each tier. They take care of all the money for you so you can focus on creating your products.

eCrater

  • Monthly Membership Fee: None
  • Setup Fee: None
  • Listing Fee Per Item: None
  • Commission Owed to Vendor: 2.9%

With eCrater, you can create a free store to sell your crafts online. You can even use up to 10 images per item. Plus, you can import your eBay store easily so you don’t have to recreate every product again. The online marketplace gets a lot of traffic, which helps you sell more items than on most other craft selling platforms.

Craft Mall

  • Monthly Membership Fee: $8
  • Setup Fee: $60
  • Listing Fee Per Item: $8 (after first 10)
  • Commission Owed to Vendor: None

Craft Mall is a little different than other places that let you sell crafts online because they do all the setup for you. All you have to do is send them pictures and descriptions of your products and they do the rest. Additionally, you have to call to make orders, which takes a bit more time, but it’s nice talking to an individual if you have problems.

Handmade Artists

  • Monthly Membership Fee: $5
  • Setup Fee: None
  • Listing Fee Per Item: None
  • Commission Owed to Vendor: None

Handmade Artists lets you create an online shop where customers can browse your craft products. Plus, all of your products are automatically added to the Google shopping tab. You’re allowed to post multiple pictures per item and there is an internal PM system so you can easily communicate with buyers. Overall, it is a good site to sell craft products because there is a low monthly subscription fee and no other costs.

Made It Myself

  • Monthly Membership Fee: None
  • Setup Fee: None
  • Listing Fee Per Item: None
  • Commission Owed to Vendor: 3%

Made It Myself is a platform for people to sell their handmade goods. The only rule is that you have to make the items yourself. There are several categories, including paper print products, needlecraft, jewelry, accessories, candles, ceramics and clay, metal work, and clothing. There were listing fees in the past, but they are currently suspended, which means you only have to pay 3% vendor commission after you sell something.

Craft Is Art

  • Monthly Membership Fee: None (There are tiers)
  • Setup Fee: None
  • Listing Fee Per Item: $0.15 (first 25 free)
  • Commission Owed to Vendor: 5.5%

Craft Is Art gives you all the tools you need to sell crafts online. You create your own store and can accept credit card payments. Plus, all of your listings are SEO friendly so your products can be found easily in search engines.

Craft Show Case

  • Monthly Membership Fee: None
  • Setup Fee: None
  • Listing Fee Per Item: None
  • Commission Owed to Vendor: They add 25% to your listing price for profit.

You can list as many items as you want on Craft Show Case. Then, you are sent a check after you ship an item. It is a good place to sell if you don’t want to worry about fees. There are thousands of listings, but it’s easy to sort through them to find what you want.

Lilly’s Craft Stores Mall

  • Monthly Membership Fee: $6.67
  • Setup Fee: $30
  • Listing Fee Per Item: None
  • Commission Owed to Vendor: None

Lilly’s Craft Stores Mall lets you create your own custom site to sell your crafts, including your own web address. It doesn’t require any special programming knowledge and you can track statistics and set your own prices.  Additionally, you have the option of creating a newsletter and running your own promotions.

Goodsmiths (Previously Craftly)

  • Monthly Membership Fee: None (There are tiers)
  • Setup Fee: None
  • Listing Fee Per Item: None
  • Commission Owed to Vendor: 2.5%

Goodsmiths is a cross between a crowdfunding site and an online marketplace. You can use the site to test whether your products will be successful before producing them on a larger scale. There are also community blogs to help you learn how to be successful on the site.

ToSouk

  • Monthly Membership Fee: None
  • Setup Fee: None
  • Listing Fee Per Item: None
  • Commission Owed to Vendor: None

Based in the U.K., ToSouk is a completely free place to sell your crafts online. They bridge the gap between sellers and buyers and take care of the marketing and advertising so you can worry about making great products. There are categories for clothing, paper goods, crochet, candles, ceramics, toys, and more.

Storenvy

  • Monthly Membership Fee: None
  • Setup Fee: None (There are promotions)
  • Listing Fee Per Item: None
  • Commission Owed to Vendor: None

Storenvy is a place for creative businesses to sell products. There are currently over 44,000 registered stores already. Categories include women’s, men’s, kids & baby, home, art, music, and books & media. If you want to sell crafts and other products for free, Storenvy is a good choice.

Coriandr

  • Monthly Membership Fee: None
  • Setup Fee: None
  • Listing Fee Per Item: 20p
  • Commission Owed to Vendor: 2.5%

Like many other sites, Coriandr lets you sell products that are handmade. They have an “Under £20” section that helps you sell more products. You can also use their “mini shop” plugin to embed your store into a website or blog.

Folksy

  • Monthly Membership Fee: (There are tiers)
  • Setup Fee: None
  • Listing Fee Per Item: £0.15
  • Commission Owed to Vendor: 6%

You can sell anything from crafts and jewelry to soap and books on Folksy. It is a U.K.-based site with an entire section of do-it-yourself projects.

Walk About Crafts

  • Monthly Membership Fee: £20 (There are tiers)
  • Setup Fee: None
  • Listing Fee Per Item: None (There is an item limit)
  • Commission Owed to Vendor: None

Walk About Crafts lets you sell crafts, but it’s different in that you can also sell tickets to craft events, craft courses, and more. There is also a World Tour section where you can explore cuisine and crafts from around the world.

Luulla

  • Monthly Membership Fee: (There are Tiers)
  • Setup Fee: None
  • Listing Fee Per Item: $0.10
  • Commission Owed to Vendor: 3%

Luulla is a place where people can sell unique items, including handmade products. You’ll find some pretty amazing things on this site. It’s easy to sell and advertise, with built-in share buttons for Pinterest and Facebook. Luulla has a clean web design that makes it easy to search through products.

Yessy

  • Monthly Membership Fee: $4.92 ($59 yearly)
  • Setup Fee: None
  • Listing Fee Per Item: None
  • Commission Owed to Vendor: 10%

This site is mostly dedicated to selling art, but there are also categories for crafts, jewelry, ceramics, antiques, and more. The best part is that you can try the site out for free with a 14-day trial. They provide an online shopping cart to make selling your items easy.

Ruby Lane

  • Monthly Membership Fee: Based on listings
  • Setup Fee: $15
  • Listing Fee Per Item: $0.30
  • Commission Owed to Vendor: None

Ruby Lane is dedicated to antiques, collectibles,  and vintage items, but you’ll find a wide variety of other products. It is a higher-quality site and they focus on a great customer experience.

iCraft

  • Monthly Membership Fee: $5 (There are tiers)
  • Setup Fee: $25
  • Listing Fee Per Item: $0.20
  • Commission Owed to Vendor: None

You are only allowed to sell original, handmade products on iCraft, and they’re pretty picky about it. Jewelry is popular, but you can also sell soap, clothing, accessories, home décor items, and wedding crafts. You get to set your own prices and customize your profile page.

Shop Handmade

  • Monthly Membership Fee: None
  • Setup Fee: None
  • Listing Fee Per Item: None
  • Commission Owed to Vendor: None

This site is 100% free; there is no catch. You get to choose what to sell your crafts for and you keep all of the profits. Plus, Shop Handmade automatically promotes your products on their home page and offers great service by personally answering every email. Payments are setup through PayPal

Silk Fair

  • Monthly Membership Fee: None (There are tiers)
  • Setup Fee: None
  • Listing Fee Per Item: None
  • Commission Owed to Vendor: 3%

Silk Fair allows you to create an independent website for selling your crafts and then you appear in their marketplace, as well. However, your site will look pretty basic unless you upgrade to one of the paid monthly memberships. You can list unlimited items and track all of your site statistics easily.

Unisquare

  • Monthly Membership Fee: None
  • Setup Fee: None
  • Listing Fee Per Item: None
  • Commission Owed to Vendor: None

Unisquare is an online auction site similar to eBay, but there are no fees of any kind. As a matter of fact, you can open your own store and list unlimited items for free with built-in statistics and online payment services.

Zibbet

  • Monthly Membership Fee: None (There are tiers)
  • Setup Fee: None
  • Listing Fee Per Item: None
  • Commission Owed to Vendor: None

Lots of sellers like Zibbet because it is one of the most affordable options. You can list up to 50 items for free. There are membership tiers that give you access to more features to create better store fronts and put your items in front of more buyers. During setup, Zibbet has an importer tool that lets you pull your products from Etsy for faster listing.

Meylah

  • Monthly Membership Fee: None
  • Setup Fee: None
  • Listing Fee Per Item: None
  • Commission Owed to Vendor: 2.75%

Meylah lets you open a store to sell your crafts that is integrated with PayPal and Social Media. It’s easy to use with an awesome site design. Additionally, they have automatic inventory and sales tracking to help you manage your craft business better.

Bonanza

  • Monthly Membership Fee: None
  • Setup Fee: None
  • Listing Fee Per Item: None
  • Commission Owed to Vendor: 3.5%

This boutique site claims to offer an “Artisan Experience.”  You’ll find everything from children’s clothing and crafts to musical instruments and toys. It’s really easy to get started selling on Bonanza because of the one-click setup. If you have an Etsy or eBay account, you can even import your items. Most of the items are handmade or handcrafted, but there are other categories. You can easily update items and advertise.

Dawanda

  • Monthly Membership Fee: None
  • Setup Fee: None
  • Listing Fee Per Item: None
  • Commission Owed to Vendor: 5%

This is a European-based site with languages in English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Polish, and Dutch. That gives you a pretty big international audience. Dawanda offers a pretty big marketplace where you can sell handmade items. Other products are allowed in some of the categories.

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Did we leave your site off the list? Let us know in the comments below.

Disclaimer: We have not personally used all of these websites to sell crafts, so we don’t endorse one over another. This list is meant to be a directory. Also, the prices were updated in June 2013 and we can’t be held responsible for any changes. Please check the current site prices before signing up.
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3 comments

  1. This information was very helpful, but I’m still for the Best site to sell my custom designed Jewelry which is one of a kind pieces. I would appreciate any advice you can give me. Currently I have pieces on instagam and facebook

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