Free Spreadsheet For Pricing Your Work

Chris Parry of Bespoke Jewellry made an amazing spreadsheet that helps you calculate overhead, depreciation and many other factors that should be considered when pricing your handcrafted items!

“One of the hardest things for a crafter to do , is to get to grips with pricing their work.

I have attempted to create an easy to use spreadsheet, that will give you your retail price for your item. It may need revisions when/if anyone points out an error or something that can be improved.

Please leave a comment on the spreadsheet here. I will happily make amendments as and when required and time allows.

The currency is donated in £’s but just ignore that symbol and enter your numbers. It will work the same whatever your currency.” more…

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15 responses to “Free Spreadsheet For Pricing Your Work

  1. My site isn’t up and running yet. Still in the finishing phases. I would love to have a copy of your jewelry pricing spreadsheet! Because right now, I don’t have a clue.

    Thanks!

  2. Hi I would love a copy of the spreadsheet. Love your site! thanks for sharing.

  3. Roo

    Thank you thank you thank you!!!!

  4. Liz

    I would love a copy of the spreadsheet!

  5. Richard Kincaid

    Just starting would like to have a copy of Spreadsheet I have vista format

    Thanks Rchard

  6. Tracy

    I would love to have a copy of the spreadsheet! I have the Vista Works 6.0 format. Thank you so much for all your great tips and sharing your site.

    Tracy

  7. Hello,

    I would really appreciate a copy of the spreadsheet.

    Thanks,
    Jane Grafton Designs

  8. Jenn Baerg

    Please send me a copy of your spreadsheet. Thanks so much!
    Jenn

  9. ysabelleslaboratory

    Hi there Beth, Thank you very much for posting many important topics! I find your site extremely helpful in many different aspects!

    Beautiful jewelry too!

  10. Barbara Gorman

    I would love to receive a copy of your spreadsheet. I still struggle with pricing. Thanks a lot!
    Barbara

  11. I love your blog site. I started one myself on NING. Would it be OK to link to your blog from mine?

    Please check out my site http://thejewelryclassroom.ning.com. I have only had it up for a few months and already have over 100 members from around the world.
    I have been teaching and making jewelry over 30 years. My site shows work of the members, at least those who have put their photos up. I am writing “how to” tutorials and videos on silver smithing.

    Your work is very beautiful.

    How well has Etsy done for you? I have thought about using it, but have been hesitant. I used http://www.wholesalecrafts.com for a while but the price point sells are too low for my work, and I didn’t sell enough for the monthly cost.

    • Hi Janet,

      Feel free to link to me, I would love that =) I will try to make a feature post for your site, it looks really cool! I am excited to watch your videos, I signed up today. I like etsy, it took a while to get established I end up paying about 30% in fees. The main way to get sales (for me) on etsy is renewing items, which costs $.20/item each time you renew. This causes you renewed item to show up higher in etsy’s search engine, so for a few moments you show up on page 1 of the jewelry search.

      Thanks for your compliments! Do you have any suggestions on how to flush set square diamonds into 14k gold?

      ~Beth

  12. I linked my site to yours.
    As far as flushing mounting square diamonds, I’m at a loss. When you set one you have to drill a small hole in each prong so that the corner of the diamond has space so as not to hurt the stone.

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