In today’s world of economic hardship, many individuals are branching out and creating side businesses in order to increase their income. In years past, many turned to affiliate programs in order to make a little side cash. There were others that opted to participate in paid survey opportunities. Many even elected to start a video marketing business on YouTube. While many made money with these ideas, it was often not very much.
Now, there is a new income opportunity available – making candles. Best of all, if you sell candle making supplies, you don’t even have to spend any money to get started!
How to Get Started – For FREE!
Now that I have your interest, let’s address the question that is now in your mind – how do I get started in candle making for free? That is super simple! Simply start a fundraiser with us here at Sudz Fundraising and promote the candle making supply kit that we offer! You can offer these kits to your family members, your friends, your neighbors – just about anyone that has a desire to make a little extra cash and would like to learn a new trade. The kit includes the following:
- 3 pre-wicked jars, complete with lids and labels
- A 36-ounce bag of wax flakes, made from all-natural soy
- Fragrance oil
- Tutorials, with video links
You simply promote these items and get people to purchase. In turn, you will raise the funds that are needed to start your OWN candle making business! It is THAT simple! Transition your profits into a potentially lucrative business!
Make Your Own
Once you have made enough through your fundraiser to purchase your own candle making supplies, simply buy one or more of the same kits that you have been promoting and selling. Then, you follow the instructions listed through the tutorial and video links that are in the kit. You may then customize your candles in order to bring something new and unique to the market.
For example, you could experiment with different scents, add glitter or paint to your candles to enhance their appearance, or just glue some shells or rope around the jars! You may then sell your candles on Etsy, eBay, Amazon, or at a local craft and trade show, a flea market, or your own yard sale!