Home Based Craft And Product Assembly Jobs – Complete List

Published Categorized as Work From Home Tagged

Product assembling from home is the kind of work that involves putting together things like crafts, toys and small furniture. This post is about home assembly jobs that do not require advanced skills. You can assemble these products by basically cutting and gluing. 

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

Update on the product assembling jobs

This article was published several years ago when craft and product assembly was being discussed on several well-known 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 craft and product assembly work from home. There were some good ones like the New England Crafters but even these do not seem to be working anymore.

The information on these product assembly jobs 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:

Home Based Product Assembly Work – Only Cutting & Gluing Required


This company requires their assemblers to put together  “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.

Valerie’s Hattery used to be a fun and real company to work with. But seems to be inactive now.

  • Adress: Valerie’s Hattery Inc., PO Box 5250, Traverse City, MI 49696-5250. Phone: (231) 421-5157
    Website: www.valerieshattery.tk

2. ANGELIC CREATIONS (Same company as above)

These upper-scale country angels are easy assembling. 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.

3. VALERIE’S HATTERY, INC. (Same company as above)

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.

4. BOOKMARK-IT (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. You can work for them by assembling 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.

  • Address: P.O. Box 10472,
    Mt Washington, MD 21209.
    Phone: (410) 585-1455, (800) 863-1374 Fax: (410) 585-0081, http://www.artisancorp.com


You need patience to do this assembling work because the items are small. 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.

  • Phone: (407) 872-0588 (Disconnected), Fax: (407) 872-0599,
  • Address: PO Box 568904, Orlando, FL – 32856
  • Email: info@cotind.com.
  • Website: http://www.cotind.com.

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


This assembling 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.

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


All that is needed to assemble 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. Their products consist of: Glamour Bow, Princess Hair Tie, Fabric Gift Box.

Desert design has been in business for 15 years. This home assembly job offers customer service & technical support.

  • 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


Assemble printed circuit boards at home. This company pays $4.09 for each board assembled. It takes less than 20 minutes to put together one board. 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 http://electronic-laboratories.com/ or write to them on:

  • Address: 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.

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


This company produces 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 assemble your first unit of greeting cards!

For each unit that passes quality control, you get $126.00 for the work 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.

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


This is a company that offers different products and crafts to assemble 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 www.craftstocash.com. 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: http://craftstocash.com/contact-us/


This company offers a variety of home assembling jobs. These are some of the products in their brochure that one can assemble from home:

  • Flower Girl Door Hanger – 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.
  • Customer Care Toll Free: 1-800-574-2115, or
    Customer Service: 770-389-7395

17. HANDS ON HOBBIES (Same company as above)

This home assembly job is again a glue and scissors job. The product to assemble 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 http://craftstocash.com/hands-on-hobbies/


This company makes a product called “Pen Pets” which is a desktop holder for pens and pencils, while keeping notes, business cards and photos on constant display.

Supplies needed are cardboard mailing tube; 20-gauge wire and craft form sheets. They pay $125.00 for 25 pen holders. 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 beaded jewellery products at home. They are a family owned corporation and have offered their product line made by independent assemblers since 1989.

They offer a choice of several product for assembling including, beaded earrings, hair clips, and 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 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 made 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.

23. THE BOO-BOO BUNNY (Same company as above)

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

24. LISA’S FANCY 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.


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. This used to be on of the genuine product assembly jobs out there. The proof was that these guys used to have a real brick and mortar store where they used to sell the stuff they got the assemblers to make.

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.

Images of some of the small crafts offered by New England Crafters for home assembly.
  1. Assemble CD CASES – Pays $400 for 4 Units.
  2. Put together a MAMMA CLAUSE DRESS – Pays $300 for assembling 6 Units.
  3. Assembling TINY TUTU – Pays $100 for 2 Units.
  4. REINDEER – Pays $450 for making 6 Units.
  5. SNOWMAN – Pays $450 for making 6 units of Snowman.
  6. SHEEP – Making 9 Units gets you $450.
  7. GINGERBREAD HOUSE – Assembling 6 of these pays $450.
  8. TOE RING SET – Pays $450 for making 6 complete units.
  • Contact: Phone: (860) 482-3955, Fax: (860) 482-4633 Website: http://www.magicalgift.com. Address: 38 Main St Torrington, CT 06790-5303


Assemble 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 assemblers 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. http://www.lattimermarketing.com


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. http://www.amerhomecraft.qpg.com


Work from home by assembling Hollywood designers costume jewellery. Company needs independent workers to assemble glass-beaded earrings. Up to $290.00 weekly. No experience necessary. Special projects available are also for interested assemblers. Send a self-addressed stamped envelope to the 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 to assemble this jewellery bracelet. They will pay for all materials and return postage.

You will be paid 22.00 for every unit of 12 jewellery bracelets you submit to the company. You can even 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 assemble for this company. You need to view their web site. The web site shows each item what it entails and how much money they pay. Here is a list of the crafts listed for assembly. 

  1. Chinese Take Out Sets will pay $100.00 for 50 sets. 
  2. Dairy Set will pay $85.00 for 50 sets. 
  3. Cream Cheese boxes will pay $50.00 for 100 pieces. 
  4. Gold Tinsel Box will pay $75.00 for 100 pieces. 
  5. Playing cards will pay $50.00 for 100 bags of playing cards. 
  6. Silverware Chests will pay $60.00 for 10 chests with drawers or $50.00 for 10 chests without drawers.
  7. Make Spiral Notebook sets will pay $200.00 for 50 completed bags of notebook sets. 
  8. Magazine Racks pays for $50.00 for 20 racks. 
  9. Victorian calling card pays $50.00 for 100 bagged sets of calling cards
  10. union Pacific Calendar pays $50.00 for 100 completed calendars.
  11. Tiny Books pays $50.00 for 50 bagged books
  12. Memo and journal books pays $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 info@tinydetails.com
    Website: www.tinydetails.com


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

Important instructions

These are some important steps that you should follow, not only when looking for product assembling jobs, but for any other kind of opportunity that you come across online, specially for working remotely from home.

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

  1. 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.
  2. Do not trust a P.O. Box address unless you can speak with them over the phone and confirm their real address and details.
  3. Do not send any money till you have got in touch with some one, preferably over phone or in person.
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. More information can be found out about ALL of the names listed below by going to the website of Better Business Bureau, i.e. www.bb.org. 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.
  7. Clarify all details and doubts you have regarding the home based work.
  8. 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.
  9. 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.
  10. Try to ensure that the company has been in business for a few years, with a good reputation with the consumer agencies.
  11. Ask for referrals of people who are working for them currently.
  12. 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 others 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.

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.


  1. I am interested in working part time varied hours from home. Please let me know of any positions that you might have open. I look forward to hearing from you.

  2. I would love to do the work for home assembly products but is it a scam or legit and how much is start up cost should have to pay they should pay for us to make them but if it’s legit I would love to give it ago as long as I get paid

  3. I am interested in any kind of making stuff from home positions that you might have available.

  4. Please remove all references to Valerie’s Hattery in this forum. This was never a ‘work from home’ company. The confusion came in when they started offering to buy back some crafts. That was extremely minimum and not true ‘work from home.’ It is false advertising to list them here.

  5. Como puedo hacer para q sea algo seguro porque ya me inscribí en lo de pen pet y nunca me llego material ???

  6. Yo ordené hacen meses los materiales pague y nunca recibí nada aún busco como comunícarne con ellos

  7. i would love to make money helping you. I am interested in assembling products from home and am looking for genuine and real opportunities. I am good at making crafts and this work seems perfect. There is no selling involved. You assemble the crafts for someone else and they pick up the finished items from you when you are done and pay you for the work. I have read the names of all the companies listed above. But you have also written that none of these craft businesses are in existence anymore. So where can I find similar work of assembling craft products from home. Kindly let me know if you have some more leads or advice. Thank you.

  8. Most of these ads need to be updated as it looks like they are no longer in business. Also you need to have the correct programing for their addresses. I could not get into any of these jobs. And years ago I used to work for some of these companies.

    1. Hello. Thank you for taking time to comment. The information here about these crafts jobs cannot be updated because they all seem to be shut or out of business. It actually started happening about the time when the US Postal Service started looking into mail scams and such. It’s very interesting what you said about having worked for some of these companies. It would be good of you to share some of that experience.

      Which ones of these assembly jobs did you do? Was it profitable and worth your time? I kind of always felt that they were fronts to sell their supply kits and make money from the registration fee and such. However, there were a few names that seemed to be the real deal like VALERIE’S HATTERY, INC. and New England Crafters and The Magial Gift Company. But these too upped and shut shop one fine day.

      Magical Gift Company was different in a way that they were actually a craft store in Michigan that sold some nice handmade items. So they were a real brick and mortar business and one can imagine that they would hire and pay home based crafters to make crafts for them. But they too disappeared one day suddenly. The website and phone numbers stopped working. I don’t know if the shop is still there or not.

      VALERIE’S HATTERY, INC. actually started issuing a statement long before they completely disappeared that they only sell crafts kits and the money to be made is either minimal or none at all. But same story here was well. No sign of the business anywhere online.

      1. I saw the disclaimer but scrolled through the listings thinking that the “bad” companies had already been eliminated from the list. So, I guess it’s safe to assume that none of the listings are worth exploring. It seems like this page should be removed or archived because it really doesn’t provide any helpful info for people looking for assembly jobs.

        1. Hello, thank you for writing in. I agree with you to an extent. But like I mentioned in the beginning of the article, a lot of people are still looking for information on craft and product assembly jobs. And there are still websites that proved wrong and false information on the subject. So the idea is to keep as comprehensive a listing as possible of the various businesses that were once associated with product assembly jobs from home, so that people can find this page and know that they do not offer any legitimate work opportunities anymore. Hopefully, they will also discover some other information of use and interest in our other blog sections concerning making an income by starting various kinds of craft businesses.

      2. I’m so happy to have found this website after 12 years. I ordered your booklet and started working for a company that makes baby bibs. They never paid me because my sewing wasn’t to their standard but I did learn and enjoyed their embroidery of a sheep it was cute. I’m hoping to find work now. I have polished my arts and craft skills and I do run a small business on Etsy. Please feel free to send any assembly jobs any time

  9. 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 http://electronic-laboratories.com/ or write to them on:

    Electronic Laboratories, Micro controllers, P.O. PO Box 5164,Rome GA 30162
    this is what I have been waiting for I already design my own electronic power supply’s ,batt.chargers,voltage relaters,555 timing Ic,ect.

  10. Hi my name’s sue I would love to have ago at your home assembly jobs and get paid can you please send me some Information on it thankyou

    1. Hi , I’m interested in some of the assembly jobs that are offered. Please E-Mail on how to go about it.

  11. Hola estoy interesada en el trabajo de portalapices “PEN PETS” compre un catálogo donde viene esta información como le hago ahora para poder conseguir el trabajo con ustedes yo no hablo inglés veo que vienen unos números de teléfono ahí, tienen personas que me puedan atender en español gracias

  12. Hi i would like 2try 2find out more about the assemble jobs….I live in rhode island n would like 2pass the time at home doing something fun…How do i get information on it…

  13. I am of a mature age and live in small town close to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Long story short, I am from old school and not looking for a hi-tech job. Just want to enjoy my beautiful home and make some “Grandma money” to spend on my grandchildren.

  14. Dear God, why do people comment asking how to work for these companies on this site. It gives the name and information of the companies here, this isn’t a job interview place, no one is going to answer you. Type the names or websites listed into a Google search and contact the companies. This is just an information website. Do people not know how the internet works. Also, these companies are all scams…. again do a simple Google search for their names and you will see.

  15. How did I get started? I am interested in the Angel Pin Creations and Angelic Creations Assemble. Please advise. Thanks. Andy Fainer

  16. Hi,I’m interest in assembling products at home. Would be a wonderful experience with my children and getting paid weekly.

  17. Hello,

    I’m interest in assembling products at home. Would be a wonderful experience with my children and getting paid weekly.

  18. Detail
    I interested circuit board assembly home job butplease send me whatsapp number contact number email etc send my email

  19. I ELIZABETH AM INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE JOBS FOR OPEN .HOW DO I APPLY.DO YOU STILL HAVE HOME ASSEMBLE JOBS OR OTHER FOR OPEN.MY PHONE NUMBER IS *** ADDRESS IS ***..please no emails it does not work just phone calls. please leave name ,phone , and a message so i can get back with you.THANK YOU FROM ELIZABETH BRANCH.

    1. Quiero tambien informacion para empezar a trabajar puede ser tanto ensamblaje en casa como trabajar en computadora ya que tengo experiencia. Gracias de antemano

  20. I am really interested doing hand crafting I am really good at it I have so much stuff that I have made I would like to do something like this is this for us in Canada as well please contact me
    Thank you

  21. My son loves the Tinker Crates. We started receiving the kits in August and they have been a huge hit. My son loves reading all the information and putting the projects together. He is learning so much. We have had great experience with customer service. One of the boxes we received were damaged from the rain. I emailed the company and they shipped out a new one within a few days. Overall we love it.

  22. hi my name is Barbara searls and i would like to no can i use the 2006 edition home workers directory because i would like to start working at wome so could you please let my no and thank you Barbara searls

    1. I agree it’s there products that need assembly, if they want an item done in multiples,they should be the ones to pay for everything. A.
      of people don’t have the money to send, for supplies.

      1. Most of the businesses listed here say that they refund the amount sent for purchasing the start-up kit after you finish making the first or first two batches for them. Some of they stop charging you for future supplies after that.

        It’s like any other business that would offer something for free. Everyone would want it regardless of whether they really need it, want it or believe they can actually do this. Sending a kit of supplies to everyone that was curious would result in monumental losses for these small businesses.

        1. This is a great answer. I am a jewelry designer looking to outsource production in the near future and found your page. I have tried to hire many people to help me make jewelry and almost all realize that the job isn’t for them – IF I had sent out supplies rather than had them come and trial in my studio the loss would have been too significant. I have to obtain the raw materials, create instructions, pack up the project etc.
          Everything costs money – giving away the supplies to an unproven contractor is foolish.

          1. I would like to work for you for making jewellery. I am a legit craftsperson and would like for you to get back to me. Looking forward to your reply.

        2. I am very interested in a home assembly job to work on in my spare time and make a little extra money. I cant figure out how to apply to these jobs or even let company’s know that i am interested.

      2. nor can they afford to send out supplies just to not get the product. food for thought. This is said with much respect, i promise.

  23. The 2 companies that I have worked with before are:
    New England Crafters & Magical Gifts Company (making ornaments & jewelry)
    Cottage industries (various projects available)

    These are legitimate companies . . and pay reasonably per unit assembled.

    It has been a few years since I have worked with them, so I am hoping that they are still in business.

    1. I was thinking about trying one of these companies, but after readind some of these replies , im having 2nd thoughts; is there any good companies that are real?

    2. They are not. I sent in three samples that I worked for hours on to get approved with three stamped envelopes to have them reviewed and returned. This was when they were doing the ice cream and cupcake jewelry. So after spending 11$ on postage and hours making the samples they were never returned. She now has some mermaid seashell thing she is trying to do and totally abandoned NEC.

  24. Want assembly work from home. Will work four to seven hours daily. Will not pay any money upfront.
    Thank You

  25. i am very interested in doing art and craft assembly jobs from home as i’m a disabled stay at home mom and housewife how would i get started at this kind of job and does it cost anything to start.

  26. Just got my check for $500. Sometimes people don’t believe me when I tell them about how much you can make taking paid surveys online.

    1. i am interested on doing surveys online. Will you please let me know which web page you are doing them with because all the ones i have tried are only points or gift cards. I am a single mother and in need of funds not gift cards please help me. Thank you in advance.

    2. What companys do you do surverys for ? Cause the ones i have checked into only pay a couple bucks and 1.00 and 5.00 is stupid a person will never make any money with that .

        1. I don’t know how anyone can make a significant amount of money doing surveys. You must qualify for each survey according to demographics, age, male or female..etc. i have gone so far to answer as many as 25 questions and then I get a message I do not qualify! Sometimes it is really a waste of time! I noticed after 55 years old I don’t qualify for much anymore and I feel like there is discrimination taking place with some of these survey sites.

    3. Thanks for writing about your survey money making position, could you please tell me what company you worked for, i see you wrote your message here in 2017, so are you still doing those surveys for the same company, i have done many surveys & i’ve never made a cent.
      Also how many surveys did you have to fill out, to make that $500.00?

  27. Please if you can help with other different kinds of at home jobs of any money making as assembling of different kinds of products etc.

    1. I have done lots of research ,and the only one that looked promising was Crafts 2 Cash. This is a Christian-based work at home job. The only disheartening thing I found on the site was the last testimonial was in 2014. But other than that ,I haven’t any scam reports online about them. Almost all the other ones are out of business or a big rip-off! I hope this had helped somebody. God Bless!

        1. Hi Fran,
          I am interested in working for Crafts to Cash. Can you provide any additional information. Do you work for this company and is it a real work at home position. Thanks for your help. I am looking for a true work at home assembley job but there are so many scams out there i just don’t know what to do.

        2. I’m interested please contact
          I’m an all around crafter, from wood working to sewing, painting, and paper crafts, have even made a little jewelry

      1. Crafts to cash is a scam. You pay for the kit and then they will never approve your prototype. Don’t waste your money on them.

  28. Hello again, I did research on NORTHWEST CRAFT and unfortunately, with extensive search, they do not exist on the internet. The only sites I have found this company on is http://findcraiglist.tripod.com/assembly.htm as well as this site. There is no information on craigslist to send this company an SASE (Self-Addressed, Stamped Envelope) the most information I have found on them is this site, but there isn’t any comments or reports on them here or on craigslist. The BBB says that this company is not BBB Accredited and it has an F due to the following reason(s):
    Factors that affect the rating for Northwest Craft include:

    The BBB has concerns with the industry in which this business operates.

    Again, please be careful with Home Based Businesses that ask for payment of any type and your social security number. You shouldn’t have to pay for your job. Your job should be paying you to work for them. Without us, there wouldn’t be any product lines. We put in our time, and in some cases have to neglect family time, just to live in today’s society. Good Luck on your hunt for a REAL FREE HOME BASED BUSINESS. If anyone finds one, please let me know. Thanks in advance.

    1. Since most of these aren’t in business anymore I suggest for those that are Christian looking into Disciple cross. Its 99.00 to get the start up kit but you are pretty much selling them on your own so you make your money from doing events like craft fairs and fundraising. I have checked them out and they are not bbb accredited but its like they are a warehouse for supplies you buy from them and sell yourself. But they send you the materials and you make them and sell them on your own instead of sending them back. They do have suggestions on how much to sell for. Craft fairs and things like that are 10.00 a piece and Bookstores have been buying them at 6.00 a piece but you can set the price yourself. the website is www(dot)disciplecross(dot)com

      1. DisciplesCross.com: This company had several negative reviews and unhappy customers were quite vocal with their complaints.

        Mary Alice (Houston, TX): “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.”

        Jeff Martis (Central IL): “A friend of mine signed up for this program…His package showed up, and everything was there that was supposed to be there, but the quality of the wire you were supplied was a very inferior grade and tended to break all the time…after two or three days we made 25 crosses while watching [the instructional video]. I did quality control and checked every cross to ensure it met standards. We determined that 3 were sub standard so we reassembled them again, and sent off all of the crosses into the buyback program. 10 days later we got a package back with 23 crosses that had been determined to be “not of the quality needed in order to qualify for the buy back program”.

        Graham (Boone USA): “While you are BUYING supplies, they are quick to reply. After telling them I had 400 crosses ready to send to them I got a reply telling me there was a 2 month long wait for turnaround. After that they stopped replying to me, period. The ONLY communications I’ve had from them in a year now are their offers to SELL ME CROSSES!

        Nobody will buy the crosses! Not local churches. Not local Christian bookstores. No stores, convenience stores, fund raisers, flea markets – nobody will buy my crosses INCLUDING Pastor John!”

    2. I tried out NEW ENGLAND CRAFTERS & THE MAGICAL GIFT COMPANY. I bought the start up kit, did the first inspection magnet and was declined, so I ordered more materials to try again and was declined again. I’m an artist and a crafter and I am a very detail oriented person so I went to my local crafting store and bought more materials to create these cute and easy to make magnets, I sent them in for inspection and was declined again! Now I’m worried, so I bought the sample magnet from the company to see what they expected back and compared it to the ones I made, and the quality was exactly the same! I’m talking about a 2″ magnet that you sticky-back your fabric to and glue three small flowers on. That’s it. I went ahead and sent in the sample that the company actually made, and of course it was declined. So I just took the loss and left it alone. I really wanted this to work in order to stay home with my kids, but it was such a waste of time and money. The reviews for this company were half and half, I just wanted it to be THE one so I kind of ignored the negative reviews. Now I know better.

  29. Hi, I have been doing a little research on these companies, and so far I have found a red flag on the Tiny Details assembly website. I clicked on how it works, just to see how things are done, and IF any payments were required to get started (usually when a payment is required according to the BBB, it’s a scam!) it said that they require a $50.00 fee to get the “Start-up kit” and it will be refunded as soon as your first assembly job is completed, plus an additional $5.00 to cover the postage. Also on their page it states that if they buy more than $600 from you in a year state law requires them to obtain your social security number. To me this sounds like a scam, so please be careful. If anyone knows of any legitimate home based businesses, please let me know! I am seriously interested. Thanks so much.

    1. I do know that if you make more than $599.00 during the year, you must claim it on your tax return as an individual contractor, using a 1099 form.

  30. you need to update your website, cause the number and address you have for Easy Coasting is not working or no longer in business.

    1. Hey Natalia, thank you for writing in. Unfortunately, we don’t recommend trying out any of the so called home assembly and craft jobs. None of them have proved to be a very reliable way to earn money from home. One is not even sure they are legit because most of them have upped and disappeared altogether. Their phone numbers are not reachable and their websites no longer exist.
      The listing of all the most well know names for craft and products assembly jobs are listed above on this page along with their contact details. Go ahead and look them up. And do write in with what you find.
      Wish you all the best.
      In the meantime why don’t you also follow the navigation on top of the page and see our Craft Business section. It’s a great start to making an income with crafting from home and selling online, if you are interested in that kind of work.

  31. Hello, I live here in a very small community called Weldon, Tx. I am currently looking for some type of assemble products at home (sort of job). I am very talented in doing many little crafty skills, regardless of what it may be. I’m also pretty fast with my fingers and hands. I like paying attention to every little type of detail while I’m working. I would like to work for someone who is responsible in paying for good quality valuable work.

  32. Hi, my name is Natalie and I am looking for a work at home job assembling products from home. Can anyone help me, or tell me where to look?

    1. Hello Natalie.
      Avoid the assembly job offers you see online. Most of the online websites have shut down but some are still functioning. However, they are not a source of reliable and steady income, if not outright scams. Do look into starting some thing on your own if you are interested in crafting. They are wonderful ways to sell your crafts online through several platforms. Read this post on 31 Places To Sell Crafts Online.

  33. Most of the contact numbers of the above mentioned company do not exsist any more. I am interested in any type of art/craft/data entry job from home. if any one reading this has any leads please do share. please contact at 5708789816. text me. thank you

    1. Try this company: bluefeatherbookmarks.com great stuff to keep busy with. Threading beads together. I’ve enjoyed it. 8005376133

      1. I’m interested in doing work from home, what do you recommend to be safe and not a scam and are any of these company’s from the UK.

      2. Blurfeatherbookmarks.com is another scam. she leads you on and lies. I had a friend who actually worked with the lady and ,she told me the lady has them lie to anyone who calls checking on their items they sent in. It took many calls and a year to get the first payment from her, and by the 3rd set, she bounce a $400.00 check on me, then it took 3 months to get the last payment from her. It was a fun item to make but I have to be paid on time and with a good check. I wouldn’t waste my time on her items .

  34. I’m interested in doing some assembly work from my home that does not require me to pay to start

    1. Hi Barbara, the names are not new because there are no new businesses of this kind. These kind of opportunities started many years ago. In fact many of them have closed shop since then due to the efforts of the FTC and the US Postal Services.
      By and large they proved to be very unreliable in living up to their promise of providing home based employment and income.

  35. hi i live in riverside im looking for home assemling is anybody can help me pls thanks..i nedd money to pay my bills

  36. phone number (removed for privacy reasons) or you can leave a message on Hotmail for any jobs U.K knitting/crochet/painting/toy making

    1. I was wondering if there are any work for assembling in the UK, i’ve done toy and card products. and i can work many hours in the day

      I’m based in the UK


  37. Good afternoon! My name is Angelina and I’m really very interested in taking up an assembly job from home to supplement my income. Right now, I’m in the process of transitioning from state to state. I currently live back at home with Mom & Family in DE because I’m separated from my husband and am pending divorce.
    So, I’m looking for a great alternative to earn some extra money to help ends meet and make up for that lost stream of income, without interfering with my family’s schedule here at home. So until I’m able to earn enough to get my own car and find work on the outside, I really need to do something earning decent money in the meantime. And right now, there is only ONE car everyone’s getting around in.
    I’m currently out work as I’m sure you’ve gathered from reading, so I have a lot of time on my hands and I want to do something productive that will earn me some extra cash. My occupation was Dietary and I took up trade in culinary arts so I’m really good with my hands. Reading and drawing are my two favorite hobbies. I’m great at following instructions and I can be trained to do anything. I would love to earn an extra $300 – $500 per week because that would really help me to get on my feet; get a car, get my own place, look for a steady career outside the home and etc. So, I was given the suggestion to look into “at home assembly jobs” as an alternative. And I was wondering, have I come to the right place? What kind of pay could I realistically expect from a legitimate company? And are there any upfront fees with most legitimate companies? Thank you for your feedback in advance!

    Yours truly,

  38. Hello. I just recent started search for craft an assemble work at home. By I haven’t yet sent or called any of the companys yet.. I’m hoping to get lucky, because I love to do crafts at home.. To make extra money.. To pay my bills.. I’m also a single parent with two grown daughters.. Both has moved out an now I would like to make some extra money to carry on my bills.. Thanks u for the advice in certain business.. It been agreat help for me as well..Thanks, Lisa mitchell…

    1. Tiny Details is a legit business. I have worked for them before. Titan Chains is another I have tried. You can contact them on their website or e-mail. Some ask you to send in a self-addressed, stamped envelope. I am, in fact, getting ready to start up again with Tiny Details.

      1. Hey June, thank you for writing in. Great to know that you worked for Tiny Details and Titan Chains in the past. Do write in and tell us how your next experience with Tiny Details is.
        Titan Chains used to be a functional website but seems to be down since some time. I assume its gone out of business. The same holds true for Tiny Details. When functioning websites suddenly go down for no reasons, amidst controversy and complaints, the most common conclusion to derive is that the business is no longer in business.
        Do share if you have any more information about them.

        A common thing that used to happen with many of these names for home based product assembly was that when the complaints mounted up, they simply shut down and started the same scam under another name and PO Box. I think recently the US Postal Service and the WTC has actually caught with a lot of “work at home” scams and shut them down. A lot of “assemble products from home” offers were among them.
        Once again, we all appreciate you taking the time to comment and answer, and wish you all the best! 🙂

  39. hello i am looking for a home crafting job assemble. no matter how small as long as they have to help my 3 little kids. i never been work since my child come out but i have experience in electronics and crafting company for many years. so i really miss having a little money from work and going to shopping. 🙂

  40. Hi admin,

    I saw a add for assembling square blocks from material. I have a industrial machine and have made some of those already. I am a quilter of trade, but the market is not very good and I have to do extra work to get through the months expenses. I live in Pretoria South Africa, if it will be possible to put me in the right direction. Because of the machines I have, I would be able to do all sorts of sewing. Hope there is some positive feedback from anyone who may be able to help or suggest something. Thanking you , Maryke SA

  41. the cross stitch greeting cards and bookmarks, they take your money but then you always fail the quality so you make nothing…sunrise bookmarks and cards

  42. Hi, I am super crafty and would love to get some extra money doing this, but my question is, HOW DO I APPLY?
    Do I have to directly call the company? If anyone has signed up before please let me know how you did it! thank you so much!

    1. I signed up a few years ago with Tiny Details. This is a legit business. I did it completely online but you can call them, too. It is easy to sign up with them. Another is Titan Chains. I did it the same way.

  43. Hello my name is Jill, and as i was reading the questions and answers/responses and I came across one question that never did receive a proper answer or response!!??? The question is “i live in Canada, is there any legitimate assemble from home companies available to work for?? If yes, could you please advise me how to locate this information?? I know you kind of did answer this question, a couple questions/answers above this one but i believe every question should have its own answer with proper details or a statement of re-direction. Thank you in advance for all your help

    1. Thank you for writing in, Jill. The facts are that there is no reliable craft assembly job anywhere for that matter. We have stressed upon this notion all throughout this blog. A lot of these companies have been shut down. Craft assembly is no longer a reliable or sustainable way to earn from home, if it ever was. If you are a talented crafter, kindly go through our “Craft Business” section. You will find starting your small craft business online more rewarding than assembly work of any kind.

      1. In an artist, I have been trying to sell my art, its difficult to get it going, do you have any suggestions?
        In not getting from these sites, as you’ve said they’ve been shut down

    1. Hello,
      Thank you for writing in. The companies that are listed here are all for US only. Even in the US, craft and assembly jobs are unreliable and lack clarity. It is impossible to make a sustainable and substantial income from home using these methods. If you are interested in crafting and earning with your handicrafts, please go through our “How to start a craft business“. We wish you all the best.

  44. My nam is Jesse I’m from Canada is there really ligit companies that pay to assemble stuff for them at home? Is there any availible for Canada?

    1. Hello. Thank you for writing in. If you cannot get hold of a real person to communicate with you in real time, please move on. It’s a red flag that the business is not all that I claims to be. If they cannot pay attention to someone they claim to want to hire, they will not be offering you much support later on. We thank you for making this observation and sharing it with us here.

  45. I sent out letters to Hillcraft, Butterfly Gardens, Angelic Creations, and Tongue River Bows. I got all the letters back saying: NOT DELIVERABLE AS ADDRESSED. I used the addresses off your site. Very disappointed with my results. Are there any legit companies that need a trust-worththy person to do very good work for them?

    1. Hello, Sherry. We really appreciate your feedback on these. And you are right. It is disappointing that so many of these so called work at home opportunities seem to be non functional. We are thankful to you for making us aware of these latest ones. Angelic Creations comes as a surprise because even the Better Business Bureau is continuing to list them as an A+ business.
      We received an email about 2 recently started business that require home assemblers to make bracelets and napkins a few days back. I would like to share it with you. They belong to the same person, Pamela Grant. This is the address we have been given, Bedazzled Napkin Wraps, 13492 Research Blvd. #120-505, Austin Texas, 78750 and this is the phone number, 1-512-587-9723, Monday thru Friday 10am-4pm Central Time. Make the call and let us know how it goes.

      Also, there is one more listed here that goes by the name of New England Crafters. Till last update, there were several crafters working for them and their forum was active as well. We have several phone numbers and contact details available for them so it best for you to read this post. See if it helps. https://www.assembleandearn.com/new-england-crafters-magical-gift-company/.
      Once again, we will truly appreciate hearing back from you on this.

      Sincerely, Admin.

  46. Por favor envienme las direcciones y telefonos de las companias de manualidades para ninos, a mi e.mail


  47. Hola

    Quisiera poder ver las direcciones y telefonos de las companias las de jabones,velas,enchanted hearts todas las que tengan manualidades faciles de hacer para ninos…


  48. Hi, im interesting in doing assembly work. I’ve been looking around for a job quite awhile, and haven’t found one yet.Then it came across to me that i love doing crafts, since im a Sunday school teacher. And it would be a great if you have some assembly work for me. I live, up north in South Carolina. And i would love some more information about this.

    1. Hello,
      Thank you for writing in. There are lots of addresses and contanct addresses available for places that offer this kind of work on the blog. I presume that you have already gone through the blog since you are posting a comment on it. If you want more information in any particular offer, then you should use the address and contact information provided to contact the concerned people.
      We hope that you manage to find something worthwhile and fun to do. Please continue to post on the blog about the progress you made. We would love to hear from you again. Let us know if there is anything that we can help you with.

    2. Hi Marina, Please send your contact information to ‘freukenfidus@yahoo.com’. I will send you an offer, if you are interested in a piecework project you can let me know. The items are small simple cut, assemble and glue. Many thanks for your interest. (I like that you are fairly close by. I am in Florida).

  49. Hello to whom this may concern,
    Being a mom of 4 young children I value the time with my kids.
    I am always looking for simple and fun things to do in my home.
    I like doing crafts, typing of reports for my kids school work.

    I want to know, are there such jobs as stuffing envelopes, because if there is, my family and I would not have a problem doing that, it would be actually fun and great team work!
    Assembling crafts, stuffing envelopes, typing data, all very easy work that I would love to do right in my own house, than I don’t have to worry about a boss breathing down my back!

    Hoping to hear from someone, thankyou!

  50. Hello Bemjamin,
    Thank you for writing in… Are you and your wife good crafters..? I have replied to another post on this page speaking about an assembly company by the name of Magical Gift/ also known as New England Crafter. You may consider the same, keeping in mind the fact that you will need to be skilful in order to get approved by them to assemble products at home for them.
    You can view the other companies listed in the Top 5 Companies section. There is one that deals in making miniature crafts. We always ask people to exercise caution when wanting to work with miniature craft assembly. These items are really tiny and often catch people by surprise because of their sheer smallness. The company called Cottage Industries listed in the Top 5 companies section seems to be pretty legitimate with a decent report from and a good standing with the Better Business Bureau. If you are confident of being good with assembling miniature crafts with your hands, you may get in touch with them as well.
    Do keep sharing your progress with us and we will be happy to give any and all helpful ideas that we can as you go along.
    Looking forward to hearing from you again.
    All the best and wishes for good health and a speedy recovery to Lana…

    1. Hello Edward,
      Thank you for writing in. You can look at the company that goes by the name of NEC / Magical Gift Company. Their website is magicalgift.com. There is also a very active thread on http://www.wahm.com devoted to people working for the New England Crafters/ Magical Gift Company. You can read this and we strongly recommend joining that forum and speaking to some of the people that are actually working with this company to get a clear picture. Speak with the customer care cell of the company itself for further guidance. Judging from the experiences of the people on the forum who are or have in the past worked for the magical gift company, you will require good crafting skills to work for this company.
      Other product assembly companies that you may look in to are Cottage Industries and Valerie Hattery. The contact details for these companiea are listed here.Also be sure to read the BBB report on these companies in our BBB Reports Section.

      You would be well advised to keep all the tips and advice given by the BBB while working from home and working with product assembly jobs at home. There is no record with Better Business Bureau in their nationwide records of anyone having made a substantial income doing this work from home. I think most of the people who do craft assembly jobs from home, do it as a hobby and not a means of making a substantial income from it.

      Like I said, please discuss these companies with the other people who are working for it before you decide to join. This work requires artisan skills and is not for everyone. It is very different from making crafts for yourself or your home. It does does not matter if the design comes out different than expected when you are making the craft for personal use. but any kind of discrepancy in not tolerated when you are doing this work for a company.
      Be extra careful with Miniature Crafts assembly. A LOT of people find difficulty with these products as they do not anticipate the sheer smallness of the items they have to assemble. Unless you are really good with making small products with your hands, you will find the assembly of miniature crafts very difficult indeed.
      Wish you all the best.

  51. Hi,
    Here’s the think with product assembly. It is a murky picture at best. But I know enought to be able to tell you that all is not right with these work offers in most of the cases. Try getting in touch with a respectable company like the New England Crafters also knows as the Magical Gift company. You can find the address and phone number for them on this website under the Top 5 Assembly At Home Companies or the BBB Reports section. If you do a google search for their name, you will also come across a thread on WAHM.com that is dedicated to people working for magicalgift. The assembly company itself has started a forum for its members where they all get together to discuss tips and tricks. As far as I know, there are a lot of people working for the Magical Gift. They even have a list of all the names of their home assemblers on their website.
    And just an example of what I meant that earning through assembly at home is a murly concept, you will be surprised to learn that their report on the website of the Better Business Bureau is not so great, inspite of all the evidence to suggest that they seem to be a genuine work at home assembly job providers. They even have a craft store of their own that you can visit if you happen to be from around the area.
    The crafts with New England Crafters are not all together easy crafts to make. They are professional commercials crafts. So you have to be a good crafter in order to pass their approval process.
    You can have a look at the crafts that they offer here…

    Always remember that companies that do not seem forthcoming in communication with you and hide behind Post Box addresses are not all together trust worthy. Not that all the companies that list a phone number are, but you must do all you can to establish their credibility. Always try and locate people who have worked or are working for the assembly company you are interested in.
    You can start with establishing contact with the 100+ companies that are listed here. Any experience that you can share with us will be great and truly appreciated.

    I wish you all the best.

  52. My wife and I are looking for some craft work and products to assemble at home. she is going through her 5th back surgery, so home time will be at a maximum. We live in the western part of Kentucky, so any information you have will be great. Also I have some typing skills as well as some data processing skills. Thank you.

  53. Hi, I have been looking for work online for sometime now and I have yet to come up with anything. So I decided to look for assembly work. I came across a few scams and I am very disappointed. Is there a such thing as a legit assembly job at home? I really need some advice and leads as to where to look and who to go to.Any advice?

  54. Hi Hali,
    Thank you for writing in. According to me there are 2 distinct ways of working at home. One is that of joining a job that allows you to telecommute and the second is that of creating a job or a business for yourself. The latter of these two takes more time and preperation but in the long run is a more gratifying experience.
    Can you think of anything that you are good at or would like to do ? Anything that you can turn into a home based business? You need to think about this question with a very open mind because from experience I know that alomost any idea or passion for doing something can be turned into a home based enterprise. It just has to be implemented well…
    Before i give you a list of ideas for home based business, I would like you to tell me what it is that you feel you can or would like to do at home..
    Tell me whatever that comes to mind..
    As for the other option that i mentioned about telecommuting jobs that you can work from home, this will depend a great deal on your experience and your skill set.. there are opportunities for people to freelance from home with various projects. These do work and people are succesful at doing all kinds of projects from their homes. All you need is to find the right database for these jobs. And we can help you with that as well.
    Of course, telecommuting jobs can also be found in an around the area that you are living in, but as you have already mentioned, there is a paucity of jobs where you are living.
    Looking forward to hearing from you.

  55. I am seeking a company that will provide me with assembly work at home. One that is legit and from which I can earn a weekly income.

  56. Hello. I am looking for a leads on a position as virtual assistant. I have strong data entry skills and years of experience. I live in southwest Michigan. Thank you for your assistance.

  57. hi so i have been working out of my house for a while and now i have two young children and it just seems like i never have enough time with them plus i recently lost my job and jobs in my area are very hard to come by i live in the small town of North Vernon Indiana i was just wondering is there anything nearby that i could do while staying at home with my children?

  58. Hi

    I live in North Ridgeville, Ohio; about 30 miles west of Cleveland. I do not have a car and the bus system here is not good. No weekends or after 5pm weekdays.

    Im looking to work at home and need help. The rent is due!!!

    Do you know of assemble at home companies in my area I can check out or any other type of work. I do type and have Microsoft Word skills.

    I will contact cottage industried based on the advise here, but I would like to work local if possible.

    Lastly, do you have any first hand knowledge of the Diciple Cross? It is a church ministry, but that does not mean its legit.

    Thank you for your help


    1. Hello, i’m also searching a Work@Home type of position, just to inform you that i did join the Disciple Cross or better yet bought into, well first off all, i had very high hopes that this would be a perfect money-maker for me & many other out of work souls out there.
      Well once i saw their video with young people making those kits of a necklace with a cross, i thought wow this doesn’t look very hard (i can do this), well when i got the nearly $100.00 kit, i tried very hard to assemble everything that was expected of me, it was very, very hard, even my husband tried & he’s a brickmason & he couldn’t even put these things together, so i was out that $100.00, that they wouldn’t except back, as we had opened the package, because i wanted this to work as my W@H job, well it was a big waste of money, time & my hand/arm muscles hurt for days after trying this as a job, so here i am still searching for work to do at home, which i am quite good at on my own. But so far after so much time spent searching i still haven’t found a legit W@H job.

  59. Dear Zipporah,
    Thank you for writing in. Perhaps, it was me that you misunderstood. We are glad that you can always mange to scrounge enough work based leads for yourself and would not want it any other way. And i certainly do not think that making $600 is unreasonable. I am sure you more than deserve it and wish you all the best. I did say that it is an unresonable figure to earn from product assembling for a sustanied period of time. I figured you would know with all your experience behind you.

    I am happy to learn that you are a freelancer as well. That is what I was alluding to when I asked whether you required any leads. I had options like virtual assistant, or virtual call center jobs in mind when I inquired about your interests in other lines of work. These have nothing to do with working within your state or local area. I know of people who manage the virtual assistant jobs very succesfully even across borders. I was talking about working from home all the time not any other kind.

    As for me advertising product assembling companies, nothing could be far from the truth. I have held a very succesful regular job and then was compelled to work from home. People are looking for product and craft assembling work. I would rather have them land up here where they can get information about it rather than a sales pitch that is only interested in selling them something. This website does not encourage them to gamble away their money on any foolish scheme.
    On the contrary I feel that sometimes that perhaps there is too much of criticism present for craft assemble jobs from home on this website. But I also feel that it deserves that kind of criticism and scrutiny. I have seen too many of the data entry and the form filling kind of scams and lost money of them, not to be wary of sound-alike offers.

    As for why these businesses do not get penalized? I don’t know. Reports suggest that the postal authorities look into these kinds of frauds all the time and have shut shops as well. But reports also suggest that there are loopholes that these very same businesses slip through and start businesses under different aliases, addresses or locations. Sometimes a website with a bogus work at home scheme stays around long enough to rake in money from innocent people by making false sales pitches and then they disappear. They stay long enough to make money and for as long as they can stay under the radar of authorities.
    The loopholes that I was talking about, the biggest one is perhaps is this. These websites ALWAYS sell you something in return for your money. It may me worthless information but it is not stealing from you. Data Entry wesbites are classic examples of this. Even if what you get is not what you were expecting, it is your interpretation of their offer that is to be liable. Their sales pitches are designed with care so as to cover their butts. They suggest everything and promise you nothing. Sometimes the fine print covers the various nuances in the Terms & Conditions section.

    Well, I am sure you have heard enough from us. I would like to thank you again for your very generous contributions to this website. I can only hope that other readers will benefit with what of your experience you have chosen to share with us.
    We wish you all the very best in your endeavours and hope to hear from your again.

  60. I don’t think you read or understood correctly what I was saying. Without sounding rude, again there are no positions in my state, also, read very carefully as to what I’m saying I’m not interesting in working in my locale or state, it is too brutual and corrupt for me. Also thank you but I don’t need any leads I have always found leads on own, so no thank. I’am freelancing and I do have my own website. So I don’t need your help without sounding rude. I’ve been successful when there was the opportunity. I don’t trying make extra money $600 is unreasonable, nothing in life is free when you have to pay bills, people in this world seem like they are only ones that have bills or need to make a living. I don’t’ some peoples ideas are realistic, I don’t work for free. Also I was wondering my observations and the articles I have read on this website, if all these companies are scams than why aren’t people going to jail, why are these scams around year after year, and why are you advertising these companies on this website? I think I’m very realistic as to seeking $600 as opposed to being exploited by working corrupt companies asking for trillions of dollars. I love myself too much to be exploited these companies noadays no thank. I like working at home.

  61. Zipporah,
    I know what you are talking about. Finding work from home is difficult all right. Most of the people who telecommute have either taken their regular jobs home or have undertaken to work in fields that are greatly suited to freelancing, such as designing, programming, writing etc.
    Finding a specific home based job is really really difficult.
    Which brings me to my next point. I would be happy to look up a few leads for you in and around your area that are open for telecommuting. Are you interested in other home based work other than craft assembling? Because honestly speaking making $600 a month regularly doing this work seems out of reach for now. Wouldn’t you agree?
    If you can tell me other aspects of working you might be interested in and the location that you are interested in looking, i might be able to help you out.
    Looking forward to hearing from you.

    1. I was unhappy after buying a booklet from People’s lifestyle. The sales person swore I would not have to give money to anyone other then them for work. I 2 days after I receive the directory I would be working with rush shipments of materials from any company in this booklet. This was all a lie. I was not able to find even one company that did not ask for money to start working. If I am in need of extra cash, it is probably because I am in need. I rate all of this a great big SCAM. But if you have leads on jobs for home assembly that does not require money to start up please let me know. I can not get a refund and most of the companies in this booklet don’t exist. it’s all a chain scam connected together to cover one persons back.

  62. My personal reasons for seeking craft assembly companies. I love art and crafts, second, I’m seeking to make at least $600 a month. Finding work in my state for me and I’m 42 has never happened and will never happen. There is no jobs locally, noone has money to buy products from the stores we already have. Most businesses pretend that everything is ok, but when the percentage of people that live in our town are low income, people don’t have the luxury of gold billion dollar toielet. It is easy to say look in your own town for jobs, but there are none her for me. How have I survived to the age of 42 I worked in NYC traveled back and forth and always found work outside of my birtthstate in other towns that is why I find it easier to seek work at home. Work at home you don’t have to worry about a boss, sexual harassment, corruption, stealing money and so on. I have also been on welfare as well, I’ve commuted back and forth from NYC to California and bean homeless in California. I’ve worked and sometimes the people in the companies in my hometown could not pay me or any other worker. But for those who don’t have these troubles this explanation means nothing. My point is people do what they want, there are companies in hometown who never paid me for work in person. For awhile this was use the barter as a way payment because noone has money.

  63. i live in the san fernando valley, california. i’m very good at crafting, and i’d like to work from home doing it. can you recommend some that are in my area or near my area? thank you, milenakoncar@aol.com

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