Charging For Cake/cupcake Toppers?

Business By baking-mama Updated 15 Mar 2013 , 10:27pm by FrostedMoon

baking-mama Posted 11 Mar 2013 , 3:01pm
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AHi. Still new to the forum. I am starting up a little business from home, wanting to sell cupcakes, and cake toppers. I do not use any tv characters, and avoid all that copyright junk. :)

I am a little unsure of how to price my cake toppers.. My thought was this...

2-4cm topper - $3-$6 each

4-10cm topper - $6-$10 each

10cm + bigger - $15 each

I will take into consideration, if they are easier, less work I will go cheap end of scale, the more difficult they are, the higher end of the scale they will be on.

Am I on the right track with the prices?

Would I do discounts if they ordered, more than 5? Or something?

Any advice would be much appreciated! Thank you :D

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FrostedMoon Posted 15 Mar 2013 , 10:27pm
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AYou may want to check out and do a search for toppers. There is a wide variety of price, but you can get an idea what your pieces might go for. I would also recommend checking out pricing for competition in your area. You don't want to under sell yourself and every area varies greatly for what the people will pay. Good luck!

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