Buying and Selling Beautiful Old, Gently Used Designer Watches for Kids
Even among all of the technological advances that we have, people are still using the old fashioned wrist watch. It’s not only useful for a quick glance at the time, but it is also very fashionable. Designer watches tend to be very well made, and usually hand crafted. As they get older, they lose some value but are still worth a good hunk of change. You just have to know how to find these older, vintage luxury watches in order to turn a good profit on them!
How to Make Dog, Cat, & Small Animal
Collars, Harnesses, and Leashes for Kids & Teenagers to Earn an Income!
When someone has a dog or cat, one thing’s for sure: they’re going to want the cutest little collars, leashes, and outfits to match their best friends! Making these collars can be extremely easy, with a lot of the needed tools already being on hand. You can then sell these collars for a decent price, and turn a profit! Kids can easily find the extra money needed to buy the fabric to start out, making this an amazing teenage business that will give you a handy new trade for life. Are you kids ready to make AWWW-Dorable collars for all of the puppies and kitties out there?Continue reading Method 18: Crafting & Selling Custom Dog, Cat, & Pocket Pet Collars & Harnesses→
Did You Know That Gift Baskets Can Earn a Lot of Money Easily? How Can Kids Start Their Own Gift Basket Business?
Gift baskets are always perfect for any occasion, from even teen
birthdays and graduations to weddings and baby showers; so who’s making all of the money from these gift baskets??? Greedy corporations! Instead, you can step up to the plate and design gift baskets for every occasion imaginable, then let friends, family, and the public know about them every time a particular holiday comes up. If you’re an 8, 9, or 10 year old, this single method is probably one of the best. It is fun and creative; and doesn’t require a whole lot of skill other than creativity. Gift baskets also sell super easily!
List of the 50 Best Places for Kids to Make Money with Their Crafts, Hobbies, and Used Items!
This post is going to be a bit different- we will be highlighting the 50 best places for kids to make money selling the items that they have on hand. This applies to arts and crafts festivals, online retailers, flea markets, and much much more. Many of the flea markets and festivals are best suited for arts and crafts, something that almost any kid and teen can make money from easily! Check out our big list, and leave us some feedback if you have ever participated in one of these 50 awesome places for kids to make money! We would love to hear about your journey, and to see your success!
Kids Can Make Money with Easy to Raise Bugs? Why Would You Start a Bug Farm as A Kid?
Believe it or not, the bug business is BIG business! Kids and teens should be prepared to earn lots of money with this, as people consistently need bugs for a variety of reasons. This is one more way that kids as young as 10 or 11 years old can earn money. A bug farming job has a relatively low investment, it’s a fairly safe way to earn money, and you are almost guaranteed to find customers easily. If you have a little bit of money to invest and some patience, give it a try and see how much you kids can earn with it!
Selling Clothes Is So Easy, a 9 Year Old Kid Could Do It! A 13 Year Old Can Too!
If you have clothing to sell, there are several different places for you to sell it! Seriously, it’s amazing to realize how many different markets and shops have opened up for kids and teens. Now that technology has advanced, options really are endless for the average 13 year old. 2014 has opened a few doors and windows itself, so make sure that you are making use of these opportunities while you sell off your clothes.
Do You Have An Old Cell Phone You Used When You Were A Younger Kid?
If you do, then you should definitely try to sell it. If you’re a tech savvy teenager with phones that you just don’t use anymore, they are gaining dust while they become older and older. The older a phone gets, the less valuable it becomes. Every day, cell phones are becoming thinner, lighter, faster, and smarter; they are also getting better screen resolutions, higher megapixels on their cameras, better battery lives, and higher amounts of storage. If you do not actually need that old phone, sell it to another child or kid who wants to buy it (or family and friends)!