As an owner of a handmade business do you struggle with craft blog post ideas?
What do you write in a craft blog is a question that most of the crafters who make and sell products at home ponder.
There is never a shortage of topics to write on. But, the vast amount of choices available can perplex someone.
If being a handmade artist, you maintain a craft blog. Then, you must read further to know about various subjects to write on.
- 105 Craft Blog Post Ideas
- 1. ABCs Of Your Craft
- 2. Added Accessories And Enhancements
- 3. Affiliates In The Craft Field
- 4. Answer Popular Queries
- 5. Awards And Contests
- 6. Basic Number Crunching
- 7. Best Apps and Websites
- 8. Best Experience With A Customer
- 9. Best Experience With A Vendor
- 10. Best Quotes On Craft
- 11. Best Social Media Handles To Follow
- 12. Best Tweets On Your Craft
- 13. Books On The Craft
- 14. Cautions Related To The Craft
- 15. Challenge-Based Posts
- 16. Charities
- 17. Checklist
- 18. Classes/Courses Related To Craft
- 19. Common Mistakes
- 20. Competitors
- 21. Crafts Experienced During Travel
- 22. Craft Shows/ Exhibitions
- 23. Creatives Uses and Purposes
- 24. Current Affairs
- 25. Dealing With A Personal Crisis
- 26. Debunk Popular Myths
- 27. Digital Products Related To Craft
- 28. Expectation Vs. Reality (Truth Bombs)
- 29. Explain Your Blog Writing Process
- 30. Facts/ Data Related To Your Craft
- 31. Famous Persons Invovled
- 32. Gifts Received/Given Related To The Craft
- 33. Giveaways
- 34. Guide For Complete Beginners In The Craft
- 35. Hacks
- 36. History And Origin Of The Craft
- 37. How The Craft Helps You And Everyone Else
- 38. How To Budget The Crafting Expenses
- 39. How To Clean Up And Tidy
- 40. How To Identify Quality Craft
- 41. How To Price The Craft
- 42. How To Reuse Waste
- 43. How To Sabotage
- 44. Interesting Anecdotes And Trivia
- 45. Interview A Crafter From Your Audience
- 46. Interview A Successful Crafter
- 47. Latest Purchases For The Craft
- 48. Latest Social Media Controversy
- 49. Latest Trends In The Craft
- 50. Listicles
- 51. Lookbook
- 52. Memes
- 53. Milestones Achieved
- 54. Movies/Series That Relate To Craft
- 55. Must-Haves Related To Craft
- 56. Philanthropy Ideas
- 57. Pictures Of The Latest Work
- 58. Places Associated With The Craft
- 59. Planners Related To Craft
- 60. Folk Arts Related To Craft
- 61. Post About Comparisons
- 62. Prediction For The Craft
- 63. Prerequisites To Follow The Craft
- 64. Processes Involved
- 65. Quizzes Related To Craft
- 66. Reasons To Buy The Craft
- 67. Recount A Major Business Catastrophe
- 68. Recreate Popular Product
- 69. Review New/Popular Tool/Resource
- 70. Roundup Posts
- 71. Sales Pitch Of The Latest Product
- 72. Set Up A Contest
- 73. Sharing Publicity/ In The News
- 74. Successful Crafters
- 75. Sustainable Option For The Craft
- 76. Talk About Those You Admire In The Craft
- 77. Talk About Your Inspirations And Ideas
- 78. Tattoos Related To Your Craft
- 79. Teach How To Start A Craft Blog
- 80. Teaching The Craft
- 81. Things To Never Do
- 82. Useful Tools
- 83. Various Sub-Niches In The Craft
- 84. Video Content On Blog Posts
- 85. Ways To Sell Your Craft
- 86. What Is Your Craft Called In Other Languages
- 87. What Went Wrong
- 88. Why You Discontinued ——-
- 89. Work Routine
- 90. Worst Experience With A Customer
- 91. Worst Experience With A Vendor
- 92. Your Aha Moment
- 93. Your Earnings
- 94. Your Family
- 95. Your First Product
- 96. Your Friends
- 97. Your Learnings From The Craft
- 98. Your Pets
- 99. Your Products In A Timeline
- 100. Your Rules And Beliefs
- 101. Your Story About Getting Into The Craft
- 102. Your Studio
- 103. Your Team
- 104. Your Website In The Past
- 105. Your Sales Page In The Past
105 Craft Blog Post Ideas
1. ABCs Of Your Craft
What could be better than taking your audience to every term related to your craft? You can dedicate an entire post to tackling each word, its definition, and its use case.
For instance, I wrote this article explaining the terms of Inbound marketing.
2. Added Accessories And Enhancements
There are so many products/items that enhance the beauty of a craft. For example, a wooden frame can improve the aesthetics of a painting. Or, a jewelry holder would be a great option to showcase a collection of chokers.
You can also suggest binders/files for storing printed versions of digital planners.
3. Affiliates In The Craft Field
Affiliates exist in every field of craft. You can dedicate an entire blog post to introducing the affiliates to your readers. Such content will help your readers with earning opportunities through marketing art affiliates.
4. Answer Popular Queries
Frequently asked questions aka FAQs are a great way to dispel doubts and concerns.
So, helping out with the issues that most of the crafters in your field face makes a good helpful blog topic.
Facebook groups and Quora help in getting to know the most popular questions on crafting.
5. Awards And Contests
Felicitations, awards, and contests happen in almost every craft field. You can gather all the important ones from all over the world and present them in a blog post for your readers. It will be a great post to keep bringing your readers back to your site to not miss the upcoming ones.
6. Basic Number Crunching
Most creative people do not think like entrepreneurs. They lack the financial knowledge essential for boosting sales and reducing dead stock.
Thus, you can blog about the calculations and formulas for improving the business. My article on improving profits in the soap business is one such post that you can take a cue from.
7. Best Apps and Websites
Who does not like an app that makes their life easy? So, you can write about the best apps to help the craft. That will make up the list of great craft blog post ideas.
8. Best Experience With A Customer
This one is a no-brainer. Many of us have had experiences with those great customers who make our day.
Then, why not write about them and make them famous? A post about good customers can spread positivity, and it may create more such great customers.
9. Best Experience With A Vendor
Much like good customers, some good vendors do exist. You can dedicate an appreciative post to them.
Who does not like to hear about the best people to do business with? That is why the idea of introducing your readers to your set of best vendors is a wonderful post.
No business can survive without a good set of vendors who keep you stocked with supplies. So, a blog post highlighting good business suppliers will spread the positive word.
You can write about the vendors who are conducive for beginners in the craft. I bet that will turn into a piece of content with high shareability.
10. Best Quotes On Craft
Talking about those days when I have no motivation to deal with my business gives me shivers. I find myself blessed to survive through the downs and thrive to bare it all with you.
Many quotes on positivity related to crafting have helped me go through troubled times. You can also find peace, inspiration, and lots of ideas to post about through quotes.
You can also make products from some encouragement quotes the way I did. My shop enlists a few encouragement products in a digital sticker format.
11. Best Social Media Handles To Follow
It is empowering to have a tribe of crafters with whom you resonate. You can enlist them with the details of their social media handles on a post.
It will make a one-stop resource for all your readers to refer to for advice in their crafting careers.
12. Best Tweets On Your Craft
Consider tweets as the social media version of quotes from famous people. At times, tweets can be great for soaking in life-saving advice or some element of a cautionary signal.
That is why you can make an assortment of the best tweets that might appeal to your readers.
13. Books On The Craft
Who does not love a good book on a topic they need help with? So, it is obvious to enlist all the books that have helped you get better in your crafting career.
Such a post will help your readers receive information and advice. Thus, it will propel their business to success.
14. Cautions Related To The Craft
There are a lot of Dos and Don’ts related to any process. The same applies to the process of creating a craft.
My friends from the photography business give preference to lighting. As per them, it is crucial to understand how lighting works before investing in a high-end camera.
Likewise, you can write a long-form post highlighting what one should do or/not do in a particular craft.
15. Challenge-Based Posts
These kinds of posts have a high probability of becoming viral. It is because they create a sense of curiosity and suspense.
There are several topics for creating challenge-based content. You can start with a series in a particular sub-category of your craft.
But if you cannot think of a theme for a challenge-based post. Then, the best is to post about one craft piece every day. The blog post can enlist all the details involved in making it.
Most of us have a preference for a set of causes or initiatives that are close to our hearts. You can talk about them in one of your posts.
There could be some charities that focus on helping crafters from your fraternity. So, why not tell your audience about them? That could make them use it to their advantage.
These are my favorite form of creating lead magnets for posts. They are also great for creating engaging blog posts.
A checklist could have important to-dos for a respective craft. You can customize the items in the list for your readers.
18. Classes/Courses Related To Craft
Someone involved with the craft for a long time would know about good courses. Thus, being a craft blogger, you can inform your audience about the best learning medium.
The course could be by the teachers from whom you studied. That would help your tribe update and hone themselves.
19. Common Mistakes
I am in complete favor of learning from mistakes. That is because the errs done teach how not to approach the respective task.
So, why not create a post on the common faults committed by you or others you know? That will help the rookies be more mindful in their crafting journeys.
Most of the creative makers sulk about the saturation of the market. Some even procrastinate their decision to start their Etsy shop due to competition.
Though, I am someone who would never think of starting a business until I find at least 2-3 competitors.
It is because competition means the category of business is worth to strive.
Most of the time, competition teaches us what to do better to create a first mover advantage. So, be generous and refer your audience to other players in the handmade business. That could lead to earning some affiliate commission as well.
21. Crafts Experienced During Travel
Now that everyone is learning to adjust to the virus outbreak, travel is once again gaining momentum. If you are a traveling person, you can document your art and craft experiences.
Such posts will widen your authority on the knowledge. It will also depict your keen appreciation of creative endeavors.
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Craft shows, exhibitions, and farmers’ markets were the holy grail for handmade creatives. These activities experienced a lull due to the pandemic. But now they are happening all over again.
You can talk about them in your post so that people become aware of their happenings.
23. Creatives Uses and Purposes
Most of us do not consider artistic products over and beyond a showpiece. That makes an excellent reason to write about purposeful uses of your craft. For instance, a magnet souvenir business creates travel memorabilia. Along with this, it also has the functional use of sticking bills on a refrigerator.
Along similar lines, you can create wonderful craft blog post ideas.
24. Current Affairs
There is ample scope to find out what is happening in the world of creative arts. You can compile the news related to craft and present it to your audience in a blog post.
They would appreciate you being aware of the current affairs in the world of crafting.
25. Dealing With A Personal Crisis
Every one of us is fighting battles and there will be more to look forward to till we breathe. Though the way to deal with suffering differs.
So, why not talk about them with your readers? I have done it and thinking about the love and empathy that I have received from my readers still brings me tears. People will laud your strength and feel connected after reading such posts.
26. Debunk Popular Myths
You would know by now that every craft profession has a lot of fads. Some of it could be true, but the rest of it could be plain myths. So, you can help your readers by sifting out the myths from the facts. That way they will know what advice they should ignore.
27. Digital Products Related To Craft
The entire world is transitioning to the digital medium. Then, why should the crafting world not follow the trend?
Most crafters shy away from creating digital products. They remain stuck in the rut to create more and more physical products.
As a veteran, you can introduce them to various ways they can ride the digital products wave. Without a doubt, that will increase their profit and create more stability.
28. Expectation Vs. Reality (Truth Bombs)
As a handmade business owner, you must have been there and done it several times. Most people think that creative entrepreneurship involves immersion in art and craft 24×7. But with time they realize that creativity also involves selling handmade items.
So, a post highlighting such shattering truths will serve as an early eye-opener. It will also weed out wannabes who cannot put in the effort.
29. Explain Your Blog Writing Process
I have written more than 1000 blog posts till now. So, have learned a thing or two about writing them well.
Likewise, you too must have developed a writing process while maintaining your blog. Sharing that process will add to the kitty of craft blog post ideas.
30. Facts/ Data Related To Your Craft
Knowing facts and data related to a topic of interest is interesting. As a veteran in your field of craft, you can share interesting trivia on your blog.
31. Famous Persons Invovled
You must have heard about Jennifer Maker’s income reports. She deserves the credit for inspiring crafters to start a craft blog business.
You can also mention famous people in your posts to inspire and broaden the vision of your readers.
32. Gifts Received/Given Related To The Craft
Without a doubt, handmade items serve as one of the best thoughtful gifts to near and dear ones.
As a crafting junkie, you must be gifting your creations to your friends and family. You can enlist all the gifts received/ given in a blog post.
Giveaways are great to make your content go viral. You can make it meaningful for your audience by giving away products related to your craft.
Rafflecopter and KingSumo are popular apps to facilitate giveaways.
34. Guide For Complete Beginners In The Craft
Newbies in a field of craft come up with the best of questions. That is why most of my blog posts address their concerns.
I know with experience that you will never be out of craft blog post ideas if you concentrate on beginners.
A hack from a veteran can save time and effort for an amateur crafter. Hence, you must write a post featuring the best hacks you know about.
36. History And Origin Of The Craft
Every craft tells a story. It is beautiful to hear about its origin and present-day status. In a blog post, you can share with your readers how the craft has evolved over the years.
For instance, you can write about the influence of various tribes on your craft.
37. How The Craft Helps You And Everyone Else
My survival is due to art and craft. I started this blog when I was struggling in my personal and professional life. Over the years, this blog helped me overcome my fears and anxiety.
Also, the content of this blog helps crafters reduce the overwhelm in their business. That way my creativity ends up helping me and others.
Likewise, you can blog about the positive aspects of your craft.
38. How To Budget The Crafting Expenses
Let us admit that making crafts requires a significant amount of expenses. Every crafter has their way to deal with the purchases involved.
You can write about the method you follow for craft budgets.
39. How To Clean Up And Tidy
The job does not end with making the crafts alone. The piled-up mess makes up the significant aftermath of creative pursuits.
Hence, dealing with the cleaning after creation will make up a great post worth writing about. It will help cut the chaos and confusion.
40. How To Identify Quality Craft
Today I got to know how to identify the stonefruit or the Rudraksha. All my life I had no idea how could prayer beads be so different from each other.
On a similar note, you would know how to know which crafts are of the best quality. You can teach your customers and readers what to look for when making buying decisions.
41. How To Price The Craft
Pricing is an important factor to sell crafts and run a creative business. Most newbie craft enthusiasts struggle to get the pricing formula.
It is not easy to put a price on the time and skills involved in creating crafts. That is why as a rule of thumb, you can charge 3 times your material cost.
But having experience, you can come up with a different pricing logic. You can explain your pricing theory in a post.
42. How To Reuse Waste
Achieving zero wastage is a dream. It is unfortunate that many crafting activities also involve wastage.
The fashion industry adds a lot of scraps and unused fabrics that end up in landfills. A good way to use them could be stylish handmade fabric jewelry or bags and purses.
You could also share with your readers the creative ways to utilize wastage.
43. How To Sabotage
This would seem like an act of destruction. But you get it when you are an artist dealing with hazardous elements. Plastic, glass, or some metal parts require a demolition plan.
It is vital to update beginners in the craft about the safe handling of dangerous materials.
44. Interesting Anecdotes And Trivia
I love to know little tidbits related to crafts. Over the years I have gathered some interesting ones.
One of them is about the popular silhouette art. It has evolved from the shadow theatre art form of Indonesia and France.
I am sure you will have a lot of interesting information to share with your audience.
45. Interview A Crafter From Your Audience
You can pick up a random person from your audience and interview them. If they are a buyer, you can ask for their opinions on the craft. If they are fellow crafters, you can discuss their unique crafting styles.
The script/video/audio of the interview can further produce 3 different forms of content. You can then recycle and cross-post on various social media channels.
46. Interview A Successful Crafter
It is always inspiring to hear someone successful in your craft field. Listening to that person’s story opens up new avenues. It can teach your crafting audience how to propel their career in the right direction.
47. Latest Purchases For The Craft
The list of raw materials is never-ending. Then, why not talk about your latest purchases in a blog post?
It will let your readers know what goes into your process of crafting. That way they will know how authentic you are.
48. Latest Social Media Controversy
The entire world has become super sensitive to incidents that happen in any part of the world. There are a lot of controversies happening in the craft world too.
The luxury handmade brand Hermes attracts controversy for harming animals. You can offer your views and opinions on the trending controversy in a blog post.
49. Latest Trends In The Craft
Trends are what make the world unite and agree on a single topic. That offers a wonderful opportunity to incorporate into your crafting life.
Anything Geodes was a trend sometime back. Many crafters made use of it by making handmade products like soaps, wind chimes, and lamps.
This article is proof that Listicles are my favorite. I love them because they make it clear to my readers what to expect by reading the headline.
Moreover, they stretch my creativity to deliver. Try them for the craft blog post ideas that you ponder upon. You will get amazed at how smooth the content generation process becomes.
A lookbook helps users visualize how to use and stylize a particular craft item. A lot of crafters on Instagram share ideas on how to place their craft in their homes/offices. That way you provide useful design ideas for your audience.
Memes are my absolute favorite. Most of the digital content that I consume daily consists of memes.
Memes mean different to everyone. I create and use them as humorous satires for everyday crafting situations.
Below you can see one of my memes that a crafter can relate to.
53. Milestones Achieved
Sharing a crafting journey is one of the greatest craft blog post ideas. I keep sharing my milestones with my audience. That way they get to know my journey and challenges.
Such a post gives readers hope and challenges them to keep going.
54. Movies/Series That Relate To Craft
Who can forget that sizzling pottery scene from the popular movie Ghost? The movie with its stellar cast and story made pottery a conversation starter.
In the movie Big Eyes, it is important to learn how to not let legal issues affect handmade businesses.
You can also share documentaries/series/movies related to your craft via a blog post.
55. Must-Haves Related To Craft
I keep sharing the tools/resources/courses that help my handmade business. Posts enlisting the mandatory items for running a successful craft business work well. They let your readers know what is essential for the crafting business.
Must haves could also be intangible items like the strength to part away with your craft pieces.
56. Philanthropy Ideas
Giving away is the best way to attract what you seek. It took me years to understand it. But when I got it, I did not shy away from giving away whatever I had to have more of what I wanted.
The analogy sounds complex and needs some time and experience to understand.
In practical terms, donate your craft and mention it in a blog post. I am not comfortable disclosing the donations I make. But if you are fine telling everyone about it, then do it.
The amount of positivity coming your way via a post sharing a philanthropic deed will amaze you.
You can make use of various crowdfunding apps to fuel your philanthropy projects.
57. Pictures Of The Latest Work
Why should you not share your latest work with your audience? This should rather be a norm to share the latest work in posts.
Frequent sharing of work lets your audience gauge your involvement with your craft.
58. Places Associated With The Craft
There are so many beautiful places in the world that inspire creativity. You can write a post about those places to let people know about them.
Desa Mas in Ubud, Bali is famous for wood carving. Chiang Mai is famous for its craft markets. While Turkiye has lots of fiber crafts.
59. Planners Related To Craft
My handmade business niche is planners for handmade business owners. You can also introduce planners so that your readers can streamline their business.
Then, why not share all your favorite planners in a post?
60. Folk Arts Related To Craft
Popular traditions lead to folk art. It is different from fine art. At times folk art bears its impression on popular art forms.
For instance, the tribal artwork lends its impression to designer apparel. You can contribute your knowledge to a blog post by sharing similar folk stories of your craft.
61. Post About Comparisons
I love comparison posts because they make the decision process easy. I am regular in doing posts that compare two products/services.
You can also post about two different entities highlighting their pros and cons.
62. Prediction For The Craft
Imagine how great it would be if there was someone who told you what would life would be like a few years from now.
You can also be a craft trends prediction genie for your followers. Such a post will help readers make decisions about their crafting journeys.
63. Prerequisites To Follow The Craft
Every craft may not be for everyone to pursue. Some of them have long production cycles, though some may be high on capital investments.
Thus, you can post how to brace yourself before investing in a respective craft.
64. Processes Involved
Every craft involves processes. So, it makes a great craft blog post idea when you include a few crafting processes.
For instance, writing about the quilling process can work for paper craft blogs.
65. Quizzes Related To Craft
Quizzes enhance curiosity. Thus, they work to bring and retain traffic.
I use quizzes on my lead magnets and social media as well. Typeform is a great software for generating interactive quizzes.
66. Reasons To Buy The Craft
You must be obsessed with your craft. So, you would not think of reasons to buy it. But someone new to your realm could find no purpose to pay for it.
For such an audience, a post on possible reasons to own the craft would make sense.
Such posts would help you to know the best possible uses of the craft.
67. Recount A Major Business Catastrophe
You will get surprised by the empathy of your readers when you talk about a major event gone wrong. Only a few enterprises are fortunate to live and tell the tale of their disasters.
I keep sharing my shift in business strategy post my handmade marketplace went kaput. I am glad that my learnings let others not repeat my mistake.
68. Recreate Popular Product
There is nothing wrong with finding inspiration in famous products. There are several recreations of the Starry Nights and artwork of Frieda Kahlo.
You can also share your version of popular and classic artwork in a post. But make sure that you comply with copyright laws.
69. Review New/Popular Tool/Resource
The dynamic environment that we live in keeps bringing new resources to our lives.
So, you can write about the new tools/apps you are using that make your crafting journey easier.
70. Roundup Posts
Consider these as the listicles on what you have already posted before. They are not repetitive posts but goal-based compilations from the earlier ones.
You can include content from other bloggers as well in roundup posts.
For example, you can include the best Christmas projects in a roundup post. That post could have content from your competitors and your earlier posts too.
71. Sales Pitch Of The Latest Product
Even the best products need a sales pitch. Most creatives suffer from the idea that if their artwork is beautiful, it will sell all by itself.
That is a fallacy because every art is worth appreciation, but that does not mean someone will buy it.
That is why you should share the techniques that help you sell to your audience. You can start with your latest or best-selling product.
72. Set Up A Contest
This is a super cool technique to create viral posts.
You can make it mandatory to share the contest post. That way everyone taking part will end up getting you more traffic and subscribers. Make sure to make the rules clear in the post to avoid chaos and confusion post the contest.
73. Sharing Publicity/ In The News
It may seem like an unnecessary show-off to mention your write-up in a magazine/newspaper.
But if you are not comfortable talking about your achievements. Then, think of the reasons why others would do.
So, become your cheerleader and spread your publicity again in a post.
74. Successful Crafters
I love doing this activity. That is why I do it often. All of us need inspiration, and who could be better than successful ones from your crafting niche?
Such posts will strengthen the bonds with your contemporaries in the craft field.
75. Sustainable Option For The Craft
The entire globe is moving towards substitutes for pollution-creating processes. That is how the sustainable movement has begun.
You could look for ways to make your craft processes sustainable. That way, you become closer to achieving zero wastage and damage to the environment.
76. Talk About Those You Admire In The Craft
You can write this post to share your idols with your readers. All of us aspire to be like someone.
So, you can share about the ones you admire in a post.
77. Talk About Your Inspirations And Ideas
As a creative, there must be tons of ideas that trigger your creative mind. Then, why not write about them in a blog post?
That might also inspire your readers to recreate your rendition in their way.
78. Tattoos Related To Your Craft
Tattoos are handmade works of art. Getting inked is synonymous with displaying one’s values and passion.
Therefore, you can share the tattoos that relate to your crafting passion.
79. Teach How To Start A Craft Blog
Since you are reading this post, I am sure that you have a craft blog. But many crafters struggle to start one.
You can be a helping hand to such handmade creators who wish to start a self-hosted craft blog.
80. Teaching The Craft
There is nothing better than creating students out of your eager audience. By teaching the craft you add to the community of artists.
Plus, the joy of seeing someone succeed with your guidance is beyond exemplary.
81. Things To Never Do
Even after making a checklist of cautions, there is always stuff that you must never do. For instance, while making handmade soaps, you can never add water to the lye. Rather, it is the other way round else you could end up in an accident.
82. Useful Tools
No crafter can survive without a good set of tools. Even paper crafts that are low on a budget need specialized tools. Activities like quilling or paper-making have a respective set of equipment.
Hence, a post describing your choice of tools and the reasons for selecting them is a good blog post topic.
83. Various Sub-Niches In The Craft
Many newbie crafters get confused with niches. But a seasoned one with a stable business understands them well.
You can use a blog post as an opportunity to introduce your audience to various niches in your craft.
84. Video Content On Blog Posts
Who can deny the power of videos in this digital age? Videos are the latest mode of communication and are going to stay.
You must be sharing video content in the form of reels on your social media and YouTube. So, you can share the same/similar videos on your blog posts too.
85. Ways To Sell Your Craft
If you thrive as an artist. Then, you can share with your readers how to bring in sales. Most creative people struggle to sell their artwork. That is why the craft blog post ideas that help artists bring in sales work well.
86. What Is Your Craft Called In Other Languages
This one could be a fun topic to write a post on your craft blog. It could bring in contribution from your readers as well.
Such a post could be a great way to know the diverse crowd that reads your content.
87. What Went Wrong
I am a big fan of learning from others’ mistakes. That is the reason I love to read content that deals with mishaps from the past.
You can also move from your comfort zone and blog about some embarrassing mistakes. The readers will respect you for being candid.
88. Why You Discontinued ——-
I started this website with the intent to create a handmade marketplace. The idea was to build a platform as an alternative to Etsy. But today it is a digital business on handmade products.
My business is also an affiliate for Amazon handmade. Writing about the transitions and discontinuations helps your readers know about epitome shifts. Thus, it makes a good topic for a craft blog post.
89. Work Routine
Your audience must be fond of you.
Then, they would want to know what you do as a crafter daily.
So, you can share with them your typical daily routine in a post. It could help with planning and scheduling life for a fulfilling work-life balance.
90. Worst Experience With A Customer
Everyone in business gets to experience customers who end up giving nightmares. Some of them even make us rethink our choices in business. Those not-so-good customers teach about what not to do in the future. That is why you must share such bad experiences with your readers.
91. Worst Experience With A Vendor
Like the customers, some vendors can also give us a hard time. So, you must write about them and beware your readers to be careful in dealing with them.
92. Your Aha Moment
All of us have those moments of epiphany that alter our paths forever. I had such a revelation when I realized that I could sell planners to handmade business owners.
That was the aha moment that propelled my handmade business to success. I am sure your eureka moments will make great craft blog post ideas.
93. Your Earnings
The posts listing how much you earn with your crafts are the real deal breaker. The craft blogs that make money are an instant hit with their readers.
Such posts inspire other crafters to stick to their careers despite the struggles. Also, knowing about the monetary success of an artist pushes sales.
Do not worry if your earnings are not satisfactory. With your efforts and dedication, you can share the upward graph that will engage the readers.
94. Your Family
Readers connect with the artists and would want to know more about them. That is why an introduction to your family around you makes for great craft blog post ideas.
95. Your First Product
I keep creating content about my firsts to give hope to my audience. That is the reason they work well.
For obvious reasons, my first product is dear to me as it laid the foundation for my business.
Likewise, sharing a post about your first product will let people know about your journey.
96. Your Friends
In my life, a few friends have done much more than my family ever thought of doing for me.
So, I mention them in my content to let my readers know about those angels.
97. Your Learnings From The Craft
Art as a medium is one of the best teachers. It not only helps channel our energies towards positivity. But it also gives us an identity and a fulfilling profession to look forward to.
Your learnings would be unique, and your readers must know about them.
98. Your Pets
In case you have been following me for a while. Then, you would know that I am obsessed with animals.
Animals own a big chunk of my content. You can also share posts about your dear pets with your readers.
99. Your Products In A Timeline
Two years back, I did not have a single product. Now I offer more than ten products to my audience. The leap in product creation has been phenomenal.
Every new product launch makes me think that that would be my last offering. But I always end up surprising my product portfolio.
In a similar way, you can share the evolution of products in a post.
100. Your Rules And Beliefs
Everyone has a set of theories to run life and work. You can talk about your guiding principles in life with your readers.
That will lead to building an authentic relationship with your readers.
For example, if you have ever canceled/postponed a commissioned work due to a customer’s loss. Then, you can discuss that event in a blog post. That will let people know that your empathy is more than your zeal to earn profits.
101. Your Story About Getting Into The Craft
I keep telling my readers how I stumbled upon starting a digital planner business. It was a freebie I designed for the blog that took off and led to what my business is today.
On a similar note, you can share how you stumbled upon your crafting journey.
102. Your Studio
No matter what art you practice, the workplace has a major impact on its journey. I have never belonged to one place since I keep traveling. That is why I make use of coworking spaces. I mention them in my content to update my readers about my whereabouts.
103. Your Team
It takes a team to take a plunge from solopreneurship to a full-fledged business. That is the reason you cannot miss them from your content.
You can introduce your coworkers and subordinates in a post. The post can have details highlighting their roles and responsibilities.
104. Your Website In The Past
This is one of my favorite craft blog post ideas. It lets your audience relate to your struggles. Thus, it leads to meaningful conversations.
Such a topic for a post instills hope in its readers.
105. Your Sales Page In The Past
Much like the website, a sales page also shows the transitions and learning. Much like every newbie, I too started with free sales page templates. Though today I use sophisticated sales page software.
Such a post will compel readers to concentrate on improving sales from their website.
Artists running blogs on art and craft find it challenging to find ideas to develop content.
This article will ease their lives since it has more than 100 topics to brainstorm.
Do share it with someone who is struggling with a craft blog.
This article will give hope and ideas to work on their content.