Starting your own calligraphy business can take less than two thousand dollars. It can be operated at home and in your own spare time. The average price for calligraphy services range between $25 to $40 dollars a hour. Many of your works can be distributed to wedding consultants, restaurants, banquet facilities, clubs in the community, and print shops. You will want to start with creating a portfolio for yourself, and set pricing and deadlines for your services. Here is a look at some of the best calligraphy business name ideas currently being used to inspire you to come up with your own unique business name and brand for building your business today.

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If you are looking to take your skill and experience of calligraphy to the next level, you will not want to miss out on this video. Pretty Fabulous Designs shares with you, the 5 best ways to monetize your craft and how to start your own calligraphy business.

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The founder of iCraftopia and self proclaimed Craft Guru. I am an experienced crafter and professional internet marketer specializing in bringing relevant articles and related business information to the everyday hobbyist and craft entrepreneur. My primary focus is on mentoring crafters on techniques and strategies that increase their online presence and revenue. In my spare time, I teach craft classes bringing the joy of creativity to others.
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