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Skilled Craft Worker B

 ...comprised primarily of wood and plastics. The performance of this work shall be in accordance with the following essential duties and...  ...standards. Prepares layout sketches as required. Marks cutting and assembly lines on materials. Machines and assembles doors to... 

Assistant Brand Manager - Craft and Hobby

 ...As our Assistant Brand Manager - Craft and Hobby you will execute the marketing activities...  ...drives us today. When we see a problem, we work diligently until we've perfected a... protective paints and coatings for both home and industry. Here's what you can expect... 

HVAC Mechanic (Technical Craft Specialist A)

 ...Community College of Philadelphia is dedicated to promoting a work environment that attracts and retains talented and diverse faculty...  ...of Philadelphia is seeking to fill an HVAC MECHANIC (TECHNICAL CRAFT SPECIALIST A) position. The HVAC Mechanic (Technical Craft Specialist... 


 ...statement became a culture at Bass Cat and Yar-Craft Boats. A simple tribal tactic, not one...  ...up to quality standards. Performs all assembly and disassembly. Our Yar-Craft team assembles...  ...complete and up to quality standards. Work with a team to complete daily tasks... 

Assembler - Home Decor Dept

 ...custom graphic logo headwear, apparel and home decor. This Hanover, PA based company is...  ...temperature-controlled environment.As an Assembler, you play an important role in the...  ...#Inspect printed product and match up to work order.#Label products with appropriate... 

Assembler - Custom work

 ...we share in our success together by rewarding you for your hard work. Hiring people who are in it for the long run with STERIS is...  ...and interpret blueprints and procedures and complete required assemblies. Reject non-conforming parts and complete Non-Conformance Report... 

Master Multi-Craft Technician

 ...kept in good electrical/mechanical/instrumentation repair and working order, enabling a continuous production mode.  Other responsibilities... sensors, relays, switches, motors, modules or fixtures. Assemble and disassemble all types of electronic process controls,... 

Multi-Craft Maintenance Technician

 ...heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), plumbing fixtures and systems. # Determine proper layout, assembly, and installation of related systems. # Work with outside contractors on major machine repair and rebuilding. # Recognize root causes for machine... 

Craft Brand Manager

new through our core values of pride, respect, and integrity, and work diligently to uphold these standards in all of our business practices. Under the direction of the Sales manager,  the Craft Brand Coordinator assists with the development of sales and marketing... 

Future Craft Opportunities

Work Schedule: Must have open availability any time and day of the week. Normal work period is Monday-Friday dayshift.Physical Requirements...  ...Tool Requirements~A tool list will be provided for each craft. Candidates are required to obtain their own tools.... 

Multi-Craft Technician the operation of plant equipment to minimize unplanned downtime and identify opportunities for improvement. Clean and maintain work area. Perform highly diversified duties to install and maintain the plant’s equipment. Provide emergency/unscheduled repairs... 

Craft Food Enthusiast

$16 per hour

 ...The Funny Farm Restaurant in San Jose, CA is looking for one Craft Food Enthusiast to join our team. This position requires that you are passionate about working in the culinary environment and always want to showcase that passion in the products that you are cooking... 

Art and Crafts Instructor

 ...lesson plans to Education Specialist for approval. Must have time management and organizational skills in a classroom setting. Work collaboratively with staff to maintain order and participation during program. Attend mandatory scheduled meetings and... 

Multi-Craft Maintenance

 ...motors, control devices, etc. Operates machine shop equipment and makes required parts when necessary. Maintains cleanliness of work area. Practice and comply with all Company policies and procedures (EEO, Harassment, Safety, Sarbanes Oxley, etc.) Performance... 

Arts & Crafts Specialist

 ...activities, such as literacy, cultural arts, S.T.E.M., arts and crafts, sports, monthly clubs, cooking, as well as free play options....  ...yourself and tell us  why you would be the perfect Director to work at KAH! Tell/show us what sets you apart. ALSO, what is one activity... 

Craft Specialist

 ...Summary The Craft Specialist will be responsible for organizing activities for our guests and those include bathbomb and candle making...  ...This person must have good communication skills and be able to work in a fast paced environment. Qualifications Experience... 

Canning Technician I-Craft Beer

 ...Canning Technician Craft Beer   Forged in the fires of kettles and cooled in the depths...  ...experts. They pride themselves on the work that they do, the value that they provide...  ...processes are always improving Beer Knowledge: Home brewing or brewery experience is a big... 

Arts and Crafts Staff

 ...more DOE.) Instruct: tie-dye, candle making, copper enameling, ceramics (hand building and electric wheel), silk painting, Jewish crafts, print making, lanyards, and more. Organize and clean all supplies and equipment daily. Other duties: distribute pack-out supplies,... 

Technical and Craft Labor - Biopharmaceutical Technician I

 ...Description: When you're part of the team at , you'll do important work, like helping customers in finding cures for cancer, protecting... assigned by management. Job-Specific Duties may include: Assemble, disassembly, cleaning, and set up of bioreactors Performing... 

Craft Field Trainer

 ...Professionalism in how we represent ourselves and the company, Strong Work Ethic that produces positive results, and Commitment to the...  ...protected status. Position Summary: The Middlesex Craft Employee Training Program is an On-The-Job (OJT) Training Format... 


Are There Any Legit Work-at-Home Assembly Jobs?

There are lots of companies that offer work from home assembly jobs, but are these gigs legit? Read on to see what I uncovered about these kits and programs. #workfromhome #scam #crafts via @TheWorkatHomeWoman

Are There Any Legit Work-at-Home Assembly Jobs?Today we’re tackling a question from a reader:

Dear Work at Home Woman,

Years ago, my aunt assembled Christmas crackers for money. I would love to supplement my income by doing the same sort of piecework or making toys at home. Is this still a legitimate way to make money from home?

Thanks, Tina

Are Assembly Jobs Legit? 

Hi Tina,

My gut reaction to this question is no. But it’s been a long time since I’ve done any research on the topic, so I decided to dig in and see if there were any new opportunities out there.

Upon my initial search, I found numerous companies that allow you to assemble products at home and get paid. The items include chains, jewelry, charms, pins, hair bows, wrapping paper, bookmarks, crosses, dollhouse furniture, magnets, electronics, and circuit boards.

They all have a similar process in place. People who want to work from home pay these companies a fee (usually $50 – $100) for an assembly starter kit, which includes supplies and directions on how to make the items. Once the assembly kit is received, the individual puts the pieces together, and sends the assembled products back to the company, hopefully for a profit.

Sounds easy, right?

Well, from my research, I’d stay away from assembly job opportunities. Here’s why …

Impossible Expectations

In my research, the one thing that stood out was how difficult these products were to make, not to mention the hours expended aren’t worth the pay. One company boasts that it only takes five minutes to create an item, but upon further investigation, many people claimed it took 30 minutes or more to make one bracelet. While there is going to be a learning curve with any new endeavor — these types of opportunities negatively use up your time, money, and crafting supplies, leaving you with little to no profit.

One woman interviewed on the website, I’ve Tried That, purchased one of these kits and here’s what she had to say:

“I ordered the Disciple’s Cross Kit several years ago and made the Crosses, and also ordered 1 pre-made Cross already made by them. You know how I know this company is a scam? When I submitted my 10 crosses to be inspected, I sent the ‘perfect’ Disciple Cross they made for inspection, and guess what – they rejected all of them (even the one they made) and said “you have potential”. You can never ever make ‘their’ crosses good enough … do not waste your money.”

There’s Not a Market for These Products

For the majority of these hand-crafted products, there’s not a viable market of people who want to purchase these items. Most of the products that I viewed lacked originality, functionality, and aesthetic appeal. In fact, in Tory Johnson’s book, Will Work From Home, she says:

“We’ve tried to find legitimate craft assembly work, but have always come up empty-handed. The ads promise that you’ll learn how to put together adorable little craft projects and then sell them for a profit. The catch: There’s no market for your wares. Nobody wants to buy them. And no company will pay you for them either, no matter how much they promise to do so.” 

Poor Reviews

Whenever I research work-at-home companies, I perform a Google search, as well as check out reviews on sites like,, and the Better Business Bureau. These sites are unbiased and allow real consumer testimonials, so you can get the low down on what’s legit. And when I looked at these opportunities, the reviews were overwhelmingly negative. Even the Federal Trade Commission warns people to stay away from this scam saying:

“You see an ad that says you can make money assembling crafts or other products at home for a company that has promised to buy them. You may have to invest hundreds of dollars for equipment or supplies — like a sewing or sign-making machine from the company, or materials to make items like aprons, baby shoes, or plastic signs. Then you spend many hours making the “product.” But after you’ve bought your supplies and done the work, the company doesn’t pay you — supposedly because your work isn’t “up to standard.” Unfortunately, no work ever is, and you’re left with equipment and supplies, but no income.”

Are There Any Legit Work-at-Home Assembly Jobs?

How Can I Work From Home Crafting? 

So, back to your original question, can you make money with assembly jobs? I wouldn’t get involved with these opportunities. There are too many red flags and not a substantial market for these sorts of products. If you’re interested in making money by crafting items from home, consider these options.

1. Start a Crafting Blog

If you’re a DIYer, then consider starting your own craft blog where you highlight different crafts and projects. Bloggers in the craft industry can earn money from affiliate marketing, ad networks, direct advertising, e-book sales, brand sponsorships, and more. Starting a blog is easy and affordable; if you’re interested in becoming a blogger, check out our step-by-step tutorial to get started. 

2. Sell Crafts Online

If you enjoy spending your time making arts and crafts, consider making them and selling them online. There are lots of different options to choose from, but the best known online market for handmade items is Etsy. With Etsy, you can get started for as little as $0.20 (plus the cost of your crafting supplies). When you do make a sale, you’ll pay a small transaction and payment processing fee. On woman that’s found success on Etsy is Melanie from Simply Made Pretty. She sells one-of-kind greeting cards and talks about how to be successful on the platform in this interview

3. Join a Direct Sales Opportunity

If you prefer an opportunity with a little more direction, consider joining an arts and crafts direct selling opportunity. With a direct sales opportunity, you pay a small start-up fee, and you’re equipped with all the tools you need to start a craft business from home, including training and support. If this sounds appealing, here are some companies to check out. 


While craft assembly jobs are NOT legit opportunities, there are many ways for you to work-from-home using your crafting skills. Check out one of the options above, or see this list for even more craft opportunities that you can do from home. 

Good luck!

Have you purchased a work-at-home assembly kit? What was the outcome? Drop us a note; we’d love to hear from you!

Originally published on January 23, 2014. Content updated on October 31, 2019.

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What Are Work-From-Home Assembling Jobs?

If you like building things or putting things together, consider applying for an assembly job. While many assembly jobs take place on-site, the workforce also offers work-from-home assembling jobs. Knowing your options regarding this type of employment makes for a more efficient and strategic job search. In this article, we define work-from-home assembling jobs, explain the types of assembling jobs and where to find them, provide you with tips for avoiding scams and let you know when to consider looking for other remote opportunities.

Related:Everything You Should Know About Working From Home

What are work-from-home assembling jobs?

Work-from-home assembling jobs are positions that allow you to build products from a remote location. With this type of job, you put together a finished product or build a set of components. Like other remote jobs, work-from-home assembly jobs allow you to perform your duties from the comfort of your own home. They also allow a greater sense of freedom compared to traditional assembly jobs that require you to remain on-site since you can often create your own schedule.

Related:Learn About Being an Assembler

Types of assembling jobs

Before you start searching for assembling jobs, consider the types of jobs available. Whether you like to make jewelry or put together furniture, you're sure to find a position that meets your interests. Here are the various types of assembling jobs:

Craft assembly jobs

Most craft assembly jobs involve you doing crafts like stringing together jewelry or knitting a scarf. If you work remotely for a company, they'll often send you a craft-making kit, the necessary supplies and the craft instructions. Once you have the right supplies, you'll assemble your craft and send it to the company for review. If your craft is approved, the company will send you additional work. If not, the company may send it back and you'll have to assemble it again.

Retail assembly jobs

Retail assembly jobs involve you working for a major retailer that offers assembly services to its customers. For example, if you work for a retail company that sells furniture, you can assemble their customers' furniture upon delivery to their residence. Some companies also hire employees to build and repair certain products.

In-home assembly jobs

If you want more freedom, consider advertising your services on a website or application that provides these types of services to the public. You can post about your services, respond to inquiries or requests for services and even let the public know about your availability.

Managing your own assembly jobs

When you set up your own assembly business, you have greater control over your work since you get to make your own schedule. You also get to choose your own wage based on the prices you set for your products and services. In addition, you get to select which products and services you offer to your customers.

You can set up your own business as a freelancer or small business. For example, if you enjoy making crafts, you can set up an online shop through your own website or use an online third-party website to show all of the crafts you have up for sale.

Where to find legit work-at-home assembling jobs

When you start your job search for a work-at-home assembling job, looking in the right places and using the right resources can make all the difference. Knowing where to find legit opportunities can help you avoid scams. Here's where to find legit work-at-home assembling jobs:

  • Use online job boards. Search for open positions through online job boards. For example, you can search for the assembly position you're interested in by using keywords like "work-from-home assembler" or "remote product assembly." Searching with keywords presents you with a targeted list of opportunities that may be of interest to you.

  • Apply online through legitimate companies. Many large corporations hire independent contractors to assemble products for their customers. Consider looking at the careers pages of companies you know and trust. As a work-from-home independent contractor, you get to assemble products while owning your own business, therefore providing you with a legitimate work experience.

  • Use an app. Some mobile apps offer assembly or handyman services to the public. Consider searching for work-from-home assembly jobs using one of these mobile apps. Keep in mind that when you use an app, you'll often need your own tools and mode of transportation if you're working for yourself or for a client.

  • Ask your network. If you have contacts in your field, let them know that you're looking for a work-from-home assembling job. Sharing your interests with them and what you're looking for in a position can help them connect you with reliable opportunities you may want to apply for.

Related:How To Find Real Work at Home Jobs

Tips for avoiding scams

When you look for remote work opportunities, you may encounter a few scams. Knowing how to avoid scams helps you have a more worthwhile and beneficial work-from-home experience. Use these tips to help you avoid scams when looking for work-at-home assembling jobs:

  • Check their website. Before you accept employment, verify the company's credibility. Look up their website and ensure they have concrete contact or location. Thoroughly researching a company ahead of time can help you determine whether or not it's reputable.

  • Read online reviews. Conduct further research on the company by reading online reviews. Online reviewers can often let you know it's a non-existent company or if it's a company you can trust. If the company has negative reviews, it's best to stay away.

  • Verify the company with the Better Business Bureau. Before you send a company any of your information, check its rating with the Better Business Bureau. This gives you a quick and easy way to determine whether or not you've encountered a scam.

  • Don't pay anything upfront. Be mindful of companies that ask you to pay a fee before you start working for them. Keep in mind that reputable companies pay you to work—they don't charge you to work for them.

  • Beware of sharing confidential information. Many scams ask for your personal information such as your social security or credit card number. Be careful about giving out this information without researching the company. Unless you know it's a legitimate company you can trust, keep this information to yourself.

Related:5 Common Work-From-Home Scams (And How To Spot Them)

When to consider other types of work-from-home jobs

Even if you enjoy assembling products, you may find that a work-from-home assembling job isn't the right fit for you. In this case, it may be best to consider other types of remote employment. Here are some examples of when to consider other types of work-from-home jobs:

  • When you aren't making enough money: If you want your work-from-home assembling job as your main source of income, make sure it has the potential to earn you enough money to live off of. While it's possible to earn an income from this type of employment, it doesn't mean it'll always be a lucrative opportunity. If a job doesn't seem worth it, consider looking for other work-from-home opportunities.

  • When you can't find enough opportunities: If you're set on working for a company in a work-from-home assembly position, you may only have a limited amount of options to consider. If you can't find any legit opportunities you're interested in at certain retailers, consider expanding your job search to other remote jobs.

  • When it becomes too stressful: If you choose to start your own business, you'll have to find your own clients and manage your own schedule. Even if you enjoy your job, the additional duties you have as a business owner may cause unnecessary stress. If it becomes too much to handle, consider working for a company or pursuing another work-from-home position altogether.

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You might be wondering about whether or not there are any legit home assembly jobs. After all, this type of work could be perfect for a lot of people.

Maybe you like putting things together but have to – or want to – find some work at home opportunities. Product assembly jobs can be great work – you’re doing something creative and making something while actually getting paid for it.

If you search online, you’ll find several offers for work-from-home assembly jobs. But are they legit or are they just a scam?

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Craft Assembly Jobs

The majority of what you will find for home assembly jobs will consist of assembling craft items such as bracelets.

Here’s how these businesses generally work:

  1. You send the company money in order to get a craft-making kit, instructions and supplies.
  2. Then you assemble your first piece and send it in for assessment.
  3. If your first piece passes inspection, you’re accepted and sent work. If not, the company sends the piece back and has you try again.

Sounds easy enough, right? And if you like assembling things this could be an interesting money-making opportunity.

The problem is that online reviews and Better Business Bureau ratings all say it’s not as easy as it looks.

Most of the reviews and ratings I found sound off huge alarm bells for these types of companies.

Although there were some positive reviews, most were negative and left workers feeling ripped off.

I can’t mention the specific companies here, but I can tell you that the complaints centered around two main issues.

The first issue was that workers kept getting their sample craft rejected no matter how perfect it was.

The sample craft would be sent back over and over again as the workers tried to assemble it up to the company’s expectations.

The second issue was that assembly took much, much longer that the company said it would. The problem with this is that the longer assemble time highly diminishes your hourly pay rate.

When you’re only making $3 or $4 an hour assembly a craft, you might earn more cash by answering surveys. Time is money, so you want to have a work-at-home job that is worth your efforts.

Legit Home Assembly Jobs

That being said, there are some legit home opportunities that you can make extra money by assembling things. Here are some options for you.

1. Start Your Own Crafting Business

If you’re good at putting things together, why not just start your own crafting business? Depending on what you like to do and what you’re good at, this could encompass a number of ideas.

Here are a few:

  • Make your own jewelry using designs and materials you love
  • Knit, crochet or sew clothing or baby items such as bibs or blankets
  • Take a pre-made product and customize it, such as making tennis shoes sparkle

The great thing about starting your own crafting business is that you have a lot of control over your work.

You get to choose your hourly wage in how you set your prices. You can even choose to be full-time or part-time.

And you get to choose which types of products you’ll offer clients. This means you can focus on products that are easiest or most entertaining for you to make.

Luckily, there are several sites you can use to sell crafts online. Sites such as Etsy, Artfire and Handmade at Amazon are three popular sites that crafters use to promote their products.

Here’s how they work, in a nutshell. First, you sign up for an account. Second, you upload quality photographs of the products you sell. Third, you make your product and ship it when orders come in.

Now, it’s important to know that running your own business does take work and organization. You’ll have to keep track of all income, expenses and orders. Providing great customer service is paramount for business owners too.

Managing your online profile is important so that your buyers have no red flags. Professional-looking photos of your products are a must, as is timely response to orders and inquiries.

And then there’s the tax stuff; all self-employed persons must report their income and pay taxes due on the income. For that reason, you’ll want to save a portion of your profits for paying taxes.

Business ownership takes work, but it can be a well-paying road to a home assembly job.

2. Work for Legitimate Companies that Hire Home Assemblers

Some companies, such as Amazon, look for independent contractors who will assemble items for customers.

Amazon Selling Services will help you spread the word if you assemble products from home.

When customers purchase bikes or other items that need to be assembled, they can hire you to do it. But while this is technically legit home assembly work, it’s still a business ownership.

You’ll be an independent contractor that is responsible for keeping track of income and expenses. However, if you like the idea of doing this type of work it could be a good business opportunity for you.

3. Check Job Websites in Your Area

You could also check reputable job websites in your area to see if there are manufacturing companies offering at-home assembly jobs.

When I looked in my major metropolitan area there were several assembly jobs available.

Unfortunately, they all required you go to a work-site for the job. None of them allowed people to work at home.

But your area might be different, so I encourage you to check sites such as Monster and Indeed to see available assembly jobs.

This leads me to another topic you should be aware of: at-home assembly and other jobs that are a scam.

Work at Home Scams

Unfortunately, there are unsavory people out there who will prey on your desire for wanting to work from home. Here are some tips that may help you spot a scam job vs. a real job.

Asking for Money Up Front

Most legit jobs won’t ask you to pay anything to start working there. There are exceptions, such as transcription jobs. Before you send any company money to start working there, do thorough research.

Look for online reviews and Better Business Bureau ratings. Check thoroughly before sending anyone any money at all. If you can’t find proof that it’s a reputable company, it’s probably best to stay away.

No Concrete Contact or Location Information

Many online assembly and other job companies that are scam artists will have vague location information. For instance, they won’t have an actual street address listed.

Check websites thoroughly for addresses and phone numbers. Then do an Internet search on those addresses/phone numbers to see if they’re legit.

If you’re having trouble verifying that information, move on.

Beware of Giving Out Personal Information

Both scam companies and legit companies will ask you for personal information such as your Social Security number.

Other companies might ask for a driver’s license number or credit card number. Please be very careful about giving out such information. Most of the time, I staunchly warn against giving out that type of information to online companies.

Unless you know for a fact that you’re dealing with a reputable company, keep your private information to yourself.

There are Many Legit Work-at-Home Jobs

Although you may have trouble finding work-at-home assembly jobs, there are many other legit work-at-home jobs out there. Here are a few options.

Work as a Customer Service Rep from Home

Many companies, such as U-Haul, hire customer service reps to work from home. If you have the proper equipment (such as a personal computer and a headset) you can help customers from home.

The companies provide all of the training and connect you with their phone system so you can get routed calls. When the calls come in you use your training to help them and answer their questions.

Do an Internet search on work-from-home customer service jobs to find available opportunities.

Do Data Entry from Home

There are also companies that will hire you to work doing data entry from home. If you click on the link for legit work-at-home jobs listed above, you’ll find information about legit data entry jobs.

While data entry work can be a bit boring, some people find it to be the perfect at-home job.

Freelance from Home

Depending on your skill set, you could find freelancing jobs that you can work at home. The opportunities for freelancing jobs you can work from home are expansive.

For instance, if you’re a writer, editor, photographer or graphic designer, there are jobs available for you to apply for. We recommend looking on sites such as Upwork to find freelancing jobs.

You could also advertise your services on social media accounts or contact sites directly to ask if they need help.


In conclusion, while legit home assembly job opportunities are limited, there are many other ways to make money at home. In fact, if you do a search on Well Kept Wallet for “make money at home”, you’ll find hundreds of job opportunities.

Don’t get taken by scam companies that promise home assembly jobs. While some are legit, many are simply looking for some easy cash – for themselves.

Do your research and don’t fall for the hype. Instead, work to find a legit work from home job that fits your skills and interests. It really is very possible to make money from home.

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Assemble Products At Home – Only Cutting & Gluing Required

This section lists home assembly jobs that require no special skill. You will be work from home assembling products that only require cutting, gluing and sticking.

You are not required to have any special specific skill such as sewing or woodworking. View the companies on this page and contact them on phone, fax or address information provided.

Please DO NOT forget to read important instructions at the bottom of this page.

Update – This article was published several years ago when craft assembly was being discussed on several major online forums as a home based work opportunity. Since then, most of the companies listed below have shut down and it is safe to believe that this ‘work at home’ opportunity was dubious to begin with.

There is no reliable record of anyone making a substantial and sustainable income doing product and craft assembly jobs from home. The information on these opportunities is still listed because a lot of people are still looking for this information, and we would like them to have the correct information.

If you are interested in working from home using your art and craft skills, head over to our craft business sections from the menu above. You will also enjoy reading – 10 REAL ways to earn from home & 50+ Gigs For Kids And Students To Make Extra Money.


These home assembly jobs require you to make “Angel Lapel Pins”  made out of wired ribbon, wire beads, no sewing involved. No quota’s or time frames imposed on you. Money back guarantee. Live customer service. 100% shipping cost reimbursed. They will pay $2.50 for each completed Angel Pin.

Contact: Valerie’s Hattery Inc., Phone: (231) 421-5157, Address: PO Box 5250, Traverse City, MI 49696-5250



These upper-scale country angels are easy to assemble. They are 16 inches high and made of muslin, paper twist, and strings of pearls, ribbon and roses. The only tool needed is a pair of scissors. They pay $14.00 for 12 angels made. They provide all materials needed.


This company assembles little potpourri bonnets. No experience is needed. They will pay $16.00 for 12 bonnets and since each one can be completed in 5 minutes you can make easy money in just one hour.

BOOKMARK-IT ASSEMBLE (Same company as above)

A craft by a guy for guys! They pay $10.00 for every 40 bookmarks you send them. Their bookmarks are made with only 3 materials and require NO SEWING! Materials are FREE! They have a customer phone line, accept all major credit cards, have a great refund policy and they are members of the Better Business Bureau! In business since 1991! Want a sample of the bookmark- send $5.00 or 14 loose first class stamps.


ARTISAN is one of the largest home assembly companies in the U.S. and has been retailing and wholesaling handcrafted jewellery for many years. They want individuals to produce their jewellery designs and will pay $155.00 for a half set (30 pairs) of earrings that are made according to their standards. You can earn a maximum of $310.00 per week.

Artisan is the only jewellery home assembly company that uses one simple basic technique in all its designs. This technique is based on simple American Indian Beaded Jewellery. They pay $7.00 to $20.00 each and offer individuals the opportunity to make unlimited production. No experience is necessary. This home assembly job welcomes beginners. They offer you 50 different styles of earrings to choose from. They have been in business since 1990.

Complete easy to follow instructions will be provided to you on how to make Artisan jewelry.

Contact: P.O. Box 10472 Mt Washington, MD 21209, Phone: (410) 585-1455, (800) 863-1374 Fax: (410) 585-0081,


You need patience to do these home assembly jobs because the items are small. Miniature doll house items. There are many items to choose from. A miniature jewellery box is one of the items you can assemble for them and they will pay you $5.00 for each box. There is no limit on the number of items you can return to them. For a colour brochure and complete information send 2 loose stamps to the address above.

Contact: Phone: (407) 872-0588 (Disconnected), Fax: (407) 872-0599, Address: PO Box 568904, Orlando, FL – 32856, [email protected] –

(Phone number and website not working. Business is most likely closed)


This home assembly job requires you to assemble little cow refrigerator magnets made from felt. The only tools needed are straight pins, scissors and glue. No experience is needed. They will pay $20.00 for one completed unit (12) magnets made to their quality standards. You can assemble 4 units per month. This company reimburses for postage.

Contact: Edie’s Elephant Company, Address: 11362 Appleton Redford, MI 48240, Phone Number: (313) 255-6485


No Sew Glamour Bow • No Sew Princess Hair Tie • No Sew Fabric Gift Box Desert design has been in business for 15 years. This home assembly job offers customer service & technical support. All that is needed to complete these products is to cut, fold and glue them. They will accept 4 units per week per product. Each unit consists of 36 pieces. For every 4 units completed you will receive $520.00, that is $110.00 per unit plus an additional $20.00 to cover supply cost.

Contact:Phone: (775) 782-4537 Fax: (775) 782-6093, Address: 1420 Industrial Way STE 1, Gardnerville, NV – 89410-5744


Assemble these coasters while watching TV. They are made from plastic canvas and stitched with yarn. Make a unit of six and they will pay you $20.00. They accept 3 orders per month.

Contact Address: 11362 Appleton Redford, MI 48240, Phone: (313) 255-6485


The only tools needed are a glue gun and a sharp pair of scissors. These 3-inch wooden hearts, wrapped in satin ribbon and lovely bouquet of roses with streamers are easy to assemble. Follow simple instructions and illustrations. They supply all materials with a small deposit. They pay by the unit (12) hearts per unit. You will be paid $7.40 for approximately one hour’s work. This co. is in good standing with all consumer agencies.

Contact: Phone: (248) 543-4031, Address: P.O. Box 359, Eastpointe, MI 48021

ELECTRONIC LABORATORIES ASSEMBLE PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARDS Assemble circuit boards at home for them. They pay $4.09 for each board assembled. It takes less than 20 minutes to assemble one board. Write for information. They claim to have been in business for past 22 years. If you do happen to write to them, definitely ask for a phone number to speak to someone in person. You can apply online or write to them on:

Electronic Laboratories, Microcontrollers, P.O. PO Box 5164,Rome GA 30162


This company produces and distributes quality hand crafted specially designed bookmarks. Assemble 35 bookmarks (1unit) and receive $117.50 plus $15.00 for supplies. They accept 3 units per week. You can earn $352.50 weekly. This business also goes by the names of JD’s Keychains and Sonrise Greeting Cards.

Contact: Rets, Inc. Phone: (601) 845-5028,

  • Address: 103 Sharanne Lane, Brandon, MS 39042-942
  • EASY MARK BY RETS, P.O. Box 504, Dept AHLF, Florence, MS 39073


In your kit you receive easy to follow instructions, clear diagrams and the material needed to make your first full unit of EZ-Mark Bookmarks!

For 35 quality bookmarks, you will be paid $117.50 for the bookmarks that meet quality inspection, and $15.00 for the supplies and shipping.

This is a total of $132.50 per unit! We will buy up to 3 units per week. Supplies are easy to find at any Craft stores or you may get the materials from us.

This is to get your account set up in our system and the start up kit, which contains enough materials to make your first full unit of 35 bookmarks. Your kit will be mailed within 24 business hours after we receive your order.

Customer Service: 800-853-1154, Easymark Bookmarks Inc P.O.Box 504 Florence, MS 39073



SON RISE GREETINGS greeting cards produce and distribute quality, handcrafted, specially designed, cross-stitched greeting cards, which are suitable for any occasion.

The start up kit cost is $20.00, the registration is $12.00 and the shipping and handling is $7.95 that totals to be a one-time fee of $39.95. When you sign up, we will rush your start up kit to you! In your kit, you get easy to follow instructions, clear diagrams, a customer help number and all the materials needed to make your first unit of SON RISE GREETINGS greeting cards!

For each unit that passes quality control, you get $126.00 for the profit of the greeting cards and $20.00 reimbursement for the supplies and postage, which totals to be $146.00 per unit We will purchase a maximum of 4 units per week and a minimum of 1 unit per 60 days.

After we purchase your 4th unit, we will send your registration fee back to you! You can purchase your supplies at your local Wal-Mart or a craft store, but you are reimbursed for supplies when we purchase units from you.

Customer Service: 800-644-8419, Sonrise Greeting Cards Inc. P.O.Box 510 Florence, MS, 39073


This is a company that offers different products and crafts to assembly from home. It lists 4 other companies under it, Kalas Crafts, Gussie’s Gift, Hands On Hobbies and Makin It Easy. You will find them all listed here with their contact details. Visit their website on One of the few businesses that are still online.

Address: 2055 Panola Road, Ellenwood, GA 30294, Business hours: Monday – Friday 9-5 EST.

The contact details including toll-free and customer care phone numbers for Kala’s Crafts, Gussies Gifts, Hands On Hobbies and Makin It Easy can be found on:


This company offers a variety of home assembly jobs. • Flower Girl Door Hangers…. Made with macramé’ cord, ribbon, 3” brass ring. They will pay $125.00 per 25 units. Potential earrings $1,350.00. • Happiness Bells… These beautiful 2 inch bells are made of imitation pearls and are popular for weddings and special occasions.

Simply string loose pearls together using a needle & thread. They will pay $120.00 for a unit of 20 bells. • Dream Catchers…. Three inch mini dream catchers are always a hit.

They will show you how they are made. Using a 3 inch metal ring, hemp cording, pony beads, feathers & string. You can make these lovely Indian icons. No tools required. The will pay $125.00 for every unit of 25 dream catchers. Send in up to 3 units per week.

Toll Free: 1-800-574-2115, or Customer Service: 770-389-7395


This home assembly job is again a glue and scissors job. The product is an angel magnet and constructed of quality fabric, lace and wood. They pay $120.00 per unit of 30. They accept 3 units per week. Earn $1,440.00 per month.

Toll Free: 1-866-862-5841, or Customer Service: 770-474-2364


These whimsical desk mates will keep pens and pencils at hand, while keeping notes, business cards and photos on constant display. Supplies needed are cardboard mailing tube; 20-gauge wire and craft form sheets into creative and functional pen pets. They pay $125.00 for 25 pen pets. This company is a member in good standing with Henry County Chamber of Commerce. Earning potential is $1,500.00 monthly.

Toll Free: 1-800-576-1066, or Customer Service: 770-507-6296


Assemble 4 X 6 cloth and lace frames. This company is a member of Henry County Chamber of Commerce. They will pay you $112.50 per unit of 25 frames. They will reimburse you for supplies plus $5.00 in shipping when you return the complete frames. Earning potential is $1,350.00 monthly.

Toll Free: 1-800-642-8702, or Customer Service: 770-389-9833


HOMESPUN is looking for people to assemble their line of products at home. Flexible hours … extra income! They are a family owned corporation and have offered their product line made by independent contractors since 1989.  

They offer a choice of beaded earrings, hair clips, or elegant evening purses. Choose one or all the items to make. You can work from home making jewellery for them. Send a self-addressed, stamped envelope for more information

Contact: P.O. Box 3338 Fairfield, CA 94533


This company has promoted a specific craft design. This is called the “Butterfly Flower”. Its fun to do and no special skills are needed. They pay $114.50 per unit and they accept 3 units per week. Earn $342.15.

Contact: PO Box 748 WN Franklington, NC 27525.


Assemble “Crystal Beaded Christmas Spiders”. They are assembled with crystal beads & gold wire. The only tools needed are a glue gun and scissors. They will pay you $19.50 for each unit.

There are 24 spiders in a unit. These spiders take only minutes to make. They will supply all material with a small deposit, which you will receive back once you have completed the product. They pay all postage. This company is in good standing with all consumer agencies.

(Mail sent returned, business probably closed)

Contact: (248) 543-4031, 543-4031, 543-4031 (248) 643-9322, Address: 740 W. Eleven Mile Road Madison Heights, MI 48071.

THE BOO-BOO BUNNY (Same company as above)

Assembled by simply folding a washcloth, held with a rubber band and applying felt ears, nose, eyes, tailply fuow. Scissors and Glue gun needed. They pay $17.25 for each unit of 10 bunnies. This company has been in business since 1989.


ASSEMBLE HAT SACHETS (Same company as above)

This company has been employing people since 1990 to assemble their beautiful hat sachets. These take only a few minutes to assemble. They provide all materials for a small deposit and they pay all postage. They have a customer service line to help you and answer your questions. They pay $18.80 for each unit of 12 sachets.

MERRY CREATIONS ASSEMBLE This company will pay you $30.00 per unit of 10 Christmas ornaments you assemble. This company has been in business over 12 years.

Contact: Phone: (407) 381-0236 Address: 12472 Lake Underhill Rd., Orlando, FL 32828


This is one of the largest home assembly companies. They have over 25 items to assemble. No experience necessary. US and Canadian residents only.

Their products include painting, fiber, clay, glue gun and sewing projects. They claim double pay for the first 30 days. The also pay $100.00 holiday bonus for top producers. Visit there web site for a large verity of items to make, or send them a SASE for more information.

CD CASES—4 UNITS = $400.00. MAMMA CLAUSE DRESS—6 UNITS = $300.00. TINY TUTU—2 UNITS = $100.00. REINDEER—6 UNITS = $450.00. SNOWMAN—6 UNITS = $450.00. SHEEP—9 UNITS = $450.00. GINGERBREAD HOUSE—6 UNITS = $450.00. TOE RING SET—6 UNITS = 450.00

Contact: Phone: (860) 482-3955, Fax: (860) 482-4633, Website:, Address: 38 Main St Torrington, CT 06790-5303


String marionette puppets. They are 18” tall- wood framed. All parts are pre-cut & pre drilled. They pay $8.00 per puppet. Limited 50 puppets. Earn $400.00 per week.

Contact: (405) 256-1524, Address: 2006 E. 2nd Street, Woodward, OK – 73801


This company has been in business for 10 years. They need serious home workers to assemble flowers. They pay $70.12 for labor, plus $53.16 for materials for each box of 24 dozen flowers. Earn $369.84 weekly per family.

Contact: Phone: (520) 356-6923, Address: 9820 N. Malpais, Winkelman, AZ 85192


You will be paid $39.37 per completed picture. They will accept a maximum of 16 String Art pictures per week for $630.00.

Contact: Phone: (937) 599-1293 Fax: (937) 599-1793, Address: 500 N Main St Apt 1, Bellefontaine, OH – 43311,


Hand-sew or cross-stitch towel holders or children’s placemats. This company pays $100.00 for a completed unit of towel holders or children’s placemats. One unit consists of 20. You can submit 3 units weekly.

Contact: Phone: (707) 446-6316, Address: PO Box 700, Vacaville, CA – 95696-0700 –


Hollywood designers costume jewellery!!! Company needs independent producers to assemble glass-beaded earrings. Up to $290.00 weekly! No experience necessary. Special projects available are also for interested producers. Send a self-addressed stamped envelope to the above address.

Contact Address: 315 S Coast Hwy 101 #U PMB 533 Encinitas, CA 92024


They manufacture and distribute the “Pin Jewel Bracelet”. This bracelet is designed with safety pins and crystal beads and strung together with silver cording. No experience or tools needed. They will pay for all materials and return postage.

You will be paid 22.00 for every unit of 12 bracelets you submit to the company. Use your imagination—come up with your own designs, they allow it. This company is in good standing with all consumer agencies. Send a SASE for more information

Contact Address: P.O. Box 224, Eastpointe, MI 48021


This company makes beautiful and realistic dollhouse miniature accessories. There is such a large variety of items to make for this company. You would need to view their web site. Their web site shows each item what it entails and how much money they pay.

  • Make Chinese Take out Sets—they will pay $100.00 for 50 Chinese take out sets
  • Make Dairy Set—they will pay $85.00 for 50 dairy sets
  • Make Cream Cheese boxes—they will pay $50.00 for 100 boxes
  • Make Gold Tinsel Box—they will pay $75.00 for 100 boxes
  • Make Playing cards—they will pay $50.00 for 100 bags of playing cards
  • Make Silverware Chests—they will pay $60.00 for 10 chests with drawers or $50.00 for 10 chests without drawers.
  • Make Spiral Notebook sets—they will pay $200.00 for 50 completed bags of • spiral notebook sets
  • Make a Magazine Racks—they will pay for $50.00 for 20 magazine racks
  • Make Victorian calling card—they will pay $50.00 for 100 bagged sets of Victorian calling cards
  • Make union Pacific Calendar—they will pay $50.00 for 100 completed calendars.
  • Make Tiny Books—they will pay $50.00 for 50 bagged books
  • Make memo and journal books—they will pay $50.00 for 50 bagged memo Books.

Contact Address: P.O. BOX 85 GROTON,NY-13073-0085, Order Department Phone: 877 489 2900, Service Dept. Phone: 607 898 9046, Fax: 607 898 9132, E-MAIL [email protected],


They need workers to assemble their suede leather hair bows. They request that the product be completed and returned by units of 10 bows each. They will pay you $60.00 gross and $2.00 shipping. They will accept a maximum of five units per week.

Contact Address: TONGUE RIVER BOWS P.O. Box 6399-W Sheridan, WY 82801


They are looking for people to hand tool their leather key chains. They request that their product be completed and returned by units of 20 pieces each. For each unit they will pay you $60.00 for production plus $15.00 for supply cost reimbursement. They pay shipping up to $2.00 per unit. Earn $77.00 per unit. No Quota mentioned.

Contact Address: (307) 655-9648 Address: 1842 Sugarland Dr # 108 Ste 159, Sheridan, WY – 82801-5775

Important Instructions for whenever you are seeking home based product assembly work.

We recommend taking the steps below to make sure that you do not become the target for any home based offer for a product and craft assembly job.

Follow these instructions if you are interested in working with any craft assembling company.

  1. Please understand that product assembly jobs are not a reliable way to earn money from home. Many of the businesses we speak about on this blog have shut down and the other are of unclear origins. The Better Business Bureau claims that there is no record of anyone having made a substantial income from this work for a sustained period of time. All information provided here and in the downloads is for informational purposes only.
  2. Make sure the offer is clear and they tell you exactly what the job involves. The company offering the home based job should have a physical address.
  3. Do not trust a P.O. Box address unless you can speak with them over the phone and confirm their real address and details.
  4. Do not send any money till you have got in touch with some one, preferably over phone or in person.
  5. Always CALL first. If the number is not listed on this page, check the business name on the website of the better business bureau. They usually have more information on the businesses including additional addresses and phone numbers. If there is still no number listed, the phone is out of order or no one seems to be taking your call, move on. This business is probably not worth your time and effort/it is not a legit business at all.
  6. Mail returned or a phone number out of service is a red warning flag that the business either no longer exists or is not a legit one. Avoid any dealings with them.
  7. More information can be found out about ALL of the names listed below by going to the website of Better Business Bureau, i.e. From the homepage, click on “All locations”. On the next page just type out the name of the business in the search bar on top.
  8. Clarify all details and doubts you have regarding the home based work.
  9. Avoid the offers to work from home where they are not clear about the work that you will be doing and only give a number where you can leave messages.
  10. Do not send money to any company. At least not until you can speak with a customer care person and satisfy yourself that the money is for a genuine reason.
  11. Try to ensure that the company has been in business for a few years, with a good reputation with the consumer agencies.
  12. Ask for referrals of people who are working for them currently.

Please do NOT send money to mere P.O. Box addresses without conforming legitimacy. We keep investigating these and more work from home offers and would really appreciate your feed back. If you have any experience with working from home making craft items, please tell us.

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