- Handmade & craft focus
- We focus on work by designers and makers. Re-selling is only allowed in craft supplies
- No start-up fee
- There are no hidden administration or start-up fees
- Get found
- Folksy is optimised for search and regularly ranks highly for key search terms
- Friendly and helpful
- You have access to a dedicated, friendly support team (and a comprehensive knowledge base)
- The Folksy blog regularly features designers and our weekly gift guide goes out to over 50,000 buyers
- Your brand
- Personalise your shop page
- Secure payment
- We use Paypal and secure servers to manage all payment and personal data
- Get your very own Folksy Shop URL
- Analyse your traffic using Google Analytics integration
- Fully Stocked
- List as much or as little as you like
What is Folksy?
Folksy was created with the aim of showcasing the work of UK designers and makers. Launched in 2008, we've grown to become the most popular UK site for handmade gifts and supplies.
What can I sell on Folksy?
Folksy is all about handmade and craft supplies. No vintage. Take a moment to read our helpful article on what you are allowed to sell on Folksy.
How much does it cost to sell on Folksy?
It costs just £0.15 for each item in a listing (excluding VAT) and each listing lasts for 120 days (4 months approximately). Unless you sign up for the Folksy Plus account then you can enjoy unlimited free listings. Then, when you make a sale we'll charge a 6% commission. Read more about the Folksy Fees.
I'm not from the UK but I want to join Folksy. Is this OK?
No, sorry. Folksy currently only supports sellers who are living and working in the UK. We had strong feedback that this is what our buyers and sellers wanted. We’re pleased to support UK crafters and showcase the best of British handmade goods.
Can I sell craft supplies?
Yes! You can sell handmade or commercial craft supplies. Supplies are part of our category system so you list them in the same way as other items.
How do I get paid?
You'll need a PayPal account so that buyers can pay you (and so you can pay Folksy your fees). Read our guide on setting up a PayPal account.
How will I know if I've sold something?
You will be e-mailed automatically by Folksy to confirm an order has been placed. This will tell you the buyer’s details and the details of the item they have ordered. You should also receive an email from PayPal to state that the item has been paid for. Read more about order emails.
This all sounds great. But I've got plenty more questions.
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15% off Moo postcards
Here’s a very brilliant offer especially from MOO to you. Our wonderful friends at MOO are giving Folksy sellers 15% off postcards, including their ‘Squared Away’ design, which is an ingenious way to show off different products and would make a fab mini catalogue.
20% off at Moo!
Here’s a very brilliant offer especially from MOO to you. Our wonderful friends at MOO are giving Folksy sellers 20% off Moo's collection of premium products - that's 20% off everything from custom business cards to notecards and stickers, so you can merchandise, promote, and communicate in style. 20% off at Moo offer page.
Transform your smartphone into a card terminal you can take to craft fairs! We've teamed up with SumUp to offer Folksy sellers a £20 discount on SumUp PIN+ card readers. To get your card reader for the special price of £39 (+VAT) instead of £59 (+VAT) head over to our offer page and enter the discount code folksy20 when prompted.
Folksy is just the simplest and best way for me to show and sell my prints. I started five or so years ago without much idea of how to get my work out there, and having my shop has helped massively. I find the seller interface very easy to use, and getting my shop started was also very quick. I now sell my prints to people all over the world and am proud to be associated with Folksy.
Folksy has been a vibrant and friendly place for me to show and sell my work online, and I enjoy being part of such a genuine quality community of other talented makers and buyers who appreciate handmade.
Folksy is a British business, for British businesses and we so enjoy being a part of it. Through being Folksy's top seller, we've been featured in multiple magazines which has been wonderful. It has introduced us to a raft of people we otherwise might not have met... we rather like it here.
I’ve been selling on Folksy for about two and a half years and have loved every minute! The staff at Folksy HQ work so hard to show us off to the world and I’ve had so much support and advice from them and the brilliant online tutorials. I really feel like part of a lovely big crafting family!