Taking the leap from weekend craft markets and a small Etsy shop to approaching brick and mortar shops about carrying your products can feel daunting.
It's a big step.
When I owned Campy Candles, I had to hustle hard to get my soy candles in stores all across North America. It wasn't easy!
I have also been in the opposite position, wholesaling local makers' products for Cheerfully Made (and Blackbird, back in the day). That makes me an expert, right?!
If you're here it means that you're ready to get serious about taking your handmade biz to the next level and enter the (not-at-all) scary world of wholesale.
It also means you've got a vision for the future of your business and you know that simply hitting up craft show after craft show isn't going to get you there. You want sustainability, freedom and lasting relationships.
Plus, you're clearly ready to join the ranks of the wickedly talented makers we currently support in our shop. Heck, there's TONS of little shops all across Canada looking for people like you!
I'm going to show you how you can take the good thing you already have going, prepare it for the retail market, and get it out in the world.
We're in this together.
I can't wait to see what you can achieve!