Make $1000's & have fun doing it!

Make $1000's & have fun doing it!

Post by MAXX » Thu, 02 Jan 1997 04:00:00



YOU WOULD NOT BELIEVE THE MONEY YOU CAN MAKE SELLING SIMPLE
WOOD PROJECTS!
If you enjoy crafting and want to make great money on the side,
I have compiled all the information you need to start your own
lucrative, enjoyable home business.
You don't even have to know anything about woodworking or have
any expensive tools because I have been careful to keep the actual
construction of the projects EXTREMELY SIMPLE.(Most under 4 pieces!)
I provide detailed plans for the 10 easiest-to-build and
easiest-to-sell projects that provide the best profit margins
and lend themselves most easily to multiple-production while
maintaining quality that you can be proud of.
I have personally researched both the demand for these projects
and (more importantly) the sellability of them.(Many of the projects
I had purchased for myself before writing the book!)
The projects take advantage of a lack of quality and uniqueness
existing in similar products that are almost exclusively mass
produced in huge quantities by cheap(careless) labor in foreign
countries such as mexico. Your projects can easily be made more
unique(by you) and certainly of higher quality by virtue of the
construction details provided. These advantages will make your
product more desireable and much more valuable than their
mass-produced counterparts, and well they should be since they
are hand-made.

The book also contains many buisness tips and project tips
as well as motivational help and, of course, the construction
details. It is, however, brief and "to-the-point" so you don't
spend your valuable time reading instead of creating.

I am a Mechanical Engineer and deal with design, production,
and financial aspects of this type of thing daily so I am
confident that this is an extremely realistic oppurtunity.
I've spent a considerable amount of time researching and writing
this book so I want to charge a fair price for it.
A conservative estimate of what you could sell ONE good project
for is about $30 so that's what I'm charging. That way even if
test out one sample project you can sell it and the book has
paid for itself!


Thancks

 
 
 

Make $1000's & have fun doing it!

Post by Ken bloome » Fri, 03 Jan 1997 04:00:00


Quote:

> YOU WOULD NOT BELIEVE THE MONEY YOU CAN MAKE SELLING SIMPLE
> WOOD PROJECTS!
> If you enjoy crafting and want to make great money on the side,
> I have compiled all the information you need to start your own
> lucrative, enjoyable home business.
> You don't even have to know anything about woodworking or have
> any expensive tools because I have been careful to keep the actual
> construction of the projects EXTREMELY SIMPLE.(Most under 4 pieces!)
> I provide detailed plans for the 10 easiest-to-build and
> easiest-to-sell projects that provide the best profit margins
> and lend themselves most easily to multiple-production while
> maintaining quality that you can be proud of.
> I have personally researched both the demand for these projects
> and (more importantly) the sellability of them.(Many of the projects
> I had purchased for myself before writing the book!)
> The projects take advantage of a lack of quality and uniqueness
> existing in similar products that are almost exclusively mass
> produced in huge quantities by cheap(careless) labor in foreign
> countries such as mexico. Your projects can easily be made more
> unique(by you) and certainly of higher quality by virtue of the
> construction details provided. These advantages will make your
> product more desireable and much more valuable than their
> mass-produced counterparts, and well they should be since they
> are hand-made.

> The book also contains many buisness tips and project tips
> as well as motivational help and, of course, the construction
> details. It is, however, brief and "to-the-point" so you don't
> spend your valuable time reading instead of creating.

> I am a Mechanical Engineer and deal with design, production,
> and financial aspects of this type of thing daily so I am
> confident that this is an extremely realistic oppurtunity.
> I've spent a considerable amount of time researching and writing
> this book so I want to charge a fair price for it.
> A conservative estimate of what you could sell ONE good project
> for is about $30 so that's what I'm charging. That way even if
> test out one sample project you can sell it and the book has
> paid for itself!


> Thancks

And just how is poly clay used in your wood projects, Steve?  This news
group is exclusively about polymer clay crafts.