50+ Ideas of What Kids Can Sell

Here’s a list to help kids brainstorm what to sell. Think about a product that solves a problem or just something you love to do. The kids are encouraged to get creative, think beyond this list, and explore ways to use upcycled materials to make new products. As a reminder, kids may only sell products/services they have created/developed. No reselling store-bought items.

PRODUCTS/SERVICESUpcycled materials that can be used
Painted Wood SignsWood
Sewing ProjectsTextiles, Denim
Decorative GlassJars, Bottles
Wood Burn (coasters, ornaments)Wood
Arcade GamesCardboard, Recyclables
OrigamiNewspaper, Magazines
Jewelry
CandlesCrayons
Bath Bombs
Soaps
Lip Balm
Greeting Cards
Ornaments
Tie-Dye Items
Paracord Bracelet
Comics/Graphic Novels
Coloring Pages
Book Marks
Play Dough
Pinatas
Art (canvas, prints, stickers)
Dog ToysTextiles, Denim
Stuffed ToysTextiles, Denim
Fidget Toys/Games
Bird/Squirrel HousesWood
Bird Feeders
Wreaths
Slime
Metal Hooks/Log Hooks
Hair (scrunches, crowns, clips)
Food (baked goods, candies, bread)
Drinks (Lemonade, Juice, Hot Chocolate)
Sunstones, Gems
Wood CarvingsWood
Cooking Salts/Herbs
Plants (Flower, Herbs)
Essential Oils
Music Instruments
Key Chains
Fairy Crafts
Loom (jewelry, pins)
Knit/Crochet Projects
Kinetic Sand
Friendship Bracelets
Hats/Beanies
Sugar/Salt Scrubs
Clay Figures
Painted Rocks
Magnets
Decorated Bags (pencil, tote)
Custom Drawings
Hair (tinsel, feather, braid)
Sun CatcherCDs
PuppetsSocks
Dream Catchers
Fairy Garden
Sea Shells (painted, ornaments)
Balloon Animals
Face Painting
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