A variety of producers and designers may be located on Handmade on Outlet Avenue. Read about more of your obligations as a seller of handcrafted goods below.
Via using Outlet Avenue to trade handcrafted goods, You agree to this statement and our Conditions of Service.
1. Selling Handmade Items
A range of handmade products are found on Outlet Avenue. On the one hand, we have makers, or entrepreneurs who really craft their products by hand (or tools). On the other end of the spectrum, there are designers—sellers, in indulged in developing their products but are dependent on another entity or external aid to help physically manufacture them. Due to the fact that they create and design their products, many makers of handcrafted goods sit in the center of the range.
Irrespective of where you stand on this spectrum, you need to be transparent about the individuals working with you and how your products are created. All items marked “handmade” must have been created by the vendor themselves. Reselling is not permitted for handcrafted goods. As long as you, the seller, make and/or design your goods, you may also employ shop employees to assist you in running your company.
A producer is a vendor who actually makes the goods offered for purchase at their Outlet Avenue store. An item’s creator may also design it in addition to creating it, or they may use a pattern or model that they did not create. Whatever the case, manufacturers must use their own hands to create their products (or tools).
A vendor who has innovated a unique design, pattern, drawing, template, prototype, or blueprint that will be executed by employees of the in-house shop or a third-party manufacturer. Outlet Avenue does not consider simple customization, such as picking colors, shapes, or pre-made possibilities, to be design.