When I started my jewelry designing career, I did not know where it would take me. I did not even know if I would be able to sell my first set of creations. Times were difficult for me, but I knew I had to start from somewhere. The first few pieces of jewelry that I created didn't really make me much profit. But, at least it gave me an idea that if I have better designs, I will be able to taste success someday.
I would search the internet for unique designs that would appeal to most buyers. I had to keep in mind that not everyone can afford expensive jewelry and therefore it is not worthwhile spending in jewelry supplies and beads that are too costly. I had to keep my expenses really low to be able to maximize my profit. I joined some groups on social networking sites so I could learn more about this business. We shared all sorts of ideas related to jewelry making and as time went by, I found out about the snap jewelry concept.
At first, the idea did appeal to me, but since it was becoming popular by the day, I decided to give it a try. The snap jewelry concept is really simple, but fascinating. It is basically an interchangeable jewelry concept where you can mix and match from a range of fashion snaps to create a unique look. The fashion snaps are button like charms that you can snap in and out of jewelry such as rings, bracelets and necklaces. They are available in a wide range of colors, shapes, sizes, styles and patterns.
So if you have one bracelet, you can create more than a hundred different looks with it just by changing the snap buttons. This means you can change the snaps to match your outfit.
Considering the kind of benefits this kind of interchangeable jewelry concept has, I took a risk and ordered wholesale snap buttons. I decided to make my own bracelets, rings and necklaces and instead of selling them as individual jewelry pieces, I decided to include sets of snap buttons in the package as well. So if I created one bracelet that had 3 snap buttons, I included 12 more snap buttons and sold them as a pack. The idea was to enable buyers to mix and match the buttons conveniently. My buyers did not have to look around for matching sized buttons as everything they need to create the look was included in the pack.
The first few packs I sold online went really well so I decided to continue with this idea. For every bracelet, ring or necklace I sold, I included batches of snap buttons. Women and girls loved what I offered to them and this is how I was able to maximize my profits with the snap jewelry concept.