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Old 11-17-2012, 08:31 AM   #2171
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Originally Posted by Greywolf View Post
Gail, thanks so much for the good info about how you sell cards. Friends often tell me I should sell mine, but (1) I'm not sure they're good enough, (2) I don't have time to make enough to sell, (3) I didn't know how much to charge. I've seen them in antique malls for $5.50 or more, but I wouldn't feel right charging anyone that much. Those $5.50 cards were similar to ones I make - nothing all that extra special about them. $3.50 or less sure sounds like a better prices. Your info was very helpful.
I think your cards are great and worth every penny of 3.50. If I ever set up a booth I plan to have a couple Hallmark cards on hand so people can be reminded of what they pay for blah, blah, blah cookie cutter, nothing original, cards. I bet Hallmark cards cost the same where ever you live and they are not cheap, unless you buy the budget ones.
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