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Old 06-26-2013, 04:24 AM   #3161
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Has anyone ever sold packages of the wrappers/candy holders/etc without the candy item and given an instruction sheet how to add the item?
I am doing a few craft shows this year and things are a little tighter than normal around here. I would like to offer things both with and without the candy product in order to minimize my cost outlay.
An example would be the little lip balm purses that I have seen. Sell that at one price with the lip balm; then offer the same paper crafted item without the lip balm with a suggestion (could use smarties, lip balm, small tube nail polish) sheet and instruction how to complete the item.
Or the mini snowman made with Stampinup two tag die cut (discontinued item now) that holds a mini candy bar. Assemble the snowman-minus the candy- package them in groups of 5-6 for table favors, classroom gift, children grab bag, etc.
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I think that is a good idea, but try to make the items EASY to put into the treat wraps. Many people don't know how to do these things, or don't have the special tapes, etc. that we use to hold them together. If it requires sticky strip, then try to apply it, but leave the liner on, etc. I think the lip balm would be easy to do, but don't know about the two tag snowman (literally, I don't know what it looks like). The snowman candy bar wraps would be easy if you don't do ones that require the crimper, or if you make it in such a way that it will slide in and then top it off with the fleece hat. I do think this is a good option...good luck!
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That is an idea, I may have to kick it around. I did a Christmas fair one time, and I worried about my candy bars melting before the buyers got home. Also, if you bought several weeks ahead, would the candy still be fresh. Good idea!!
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Most candy lasts at least until the following year if unopened and kept at the proper "shelf" temperature. I was never aware of this until I started selling it re-packaged at craft fairs. I kept reading about people buying it on sale to use later, so I started checking the packaging. Most of the great buys are at Halloween and if you look at the outside bag of the snack sized treats, you will see a date that is generally a year later, so that means you could even use it for the following Halloween if you wanted. I use a lot of M&M's so the snack sized ones are perfect for this and do last well in the pantry. However, with 7 grandchildren, no candy lasts a year around here! Just look for the "sell/use by" date on the outside and it should be fine. Well, unless it is left in the hot car, of course!
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Most candy lasts at least until the following year if unopened and kept at the proper "shelf" temperature. I was never aware of this until I started selling it re-packaged at craft fairs. I kept reading about people buying it on sale to use later, so I started checking the packaging. Most of the great buys are at Halloween and if you look at the outside bag of the snack sized treats, you will see a date that is generally a year later, so that means you could even use it for the following Halloween if you wanted. I use a lot of M&M's so the snack sized ones are perfect for this and do last well in the pantry. However, with 7 grandchildren, no candy lasts a year around here! Just look for the "sell/use by" date on the outside and it should be fine. Well, unless it is left in the hot car, of course!
I think candy use is a personal preference. Many people on here have posted about buying candy on clearance and saving it for the next year. I choose not to use candy that is close to expiring. But I do buy candy at Halloween to be used for Christmas. I like to have the candy I use be fresh for at least 6 months after I sell my product. My goal is to build up repeat customers, and stale candy will hurt that goal. I use the clearanced Christmas M&M's for Valentines and St. Patrick's Day, but I do not save them until the next Christmas.
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I agree, Judi. That is why I said "could use" it the following year if you wanted. I generally only do craft fairs at Christmas, so I usually look for buys at Halloween. However, since I make favors for my grandchildren's classrooms, I do use the M&M snack packs for Valentine's Day, and whatever is left is usually eaten by said grandchildren. I also think that non-chocolate items like smarties or suckers would be fine for the length of time on the package if they were kept sealed. I usually use chocolate for my holiday crafting, so I don't know for sure. I do know that there are some Valentine suckers in the candy jar and the kids are still eating them without complaint! I think that the bottom line is to just check the date on the package because lots of stores will sell items right up to the "use/sell by" date and you don't know how long they have been storing them in their storage room. If I am buying candy at Halloween, I want it to be at least a year out for the very reason you mentioned...my customers (well, ok, my grandchildren, too)!
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I do purchase M&Ms after xmas for the following year. I look at the dates to be sure they will be ok. And each bag gets a good taste test before using (hubby and children). If it tastes off at all, I do not use it.

I also purchase after Halloween but I find there are less and less good deals on them them as things are being put on sale close to Halloween instead of after.

M&Ms specifically last long. They were invented at wartime and sent to troops to have a energy-boosting snack which did not melt and could last. Those things don't even melt after being left in the heat - as long as you don't move them while the insides are soft.
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Is it too hot out there for people to be crafting??

I have been setting up my digital files for image printing for later crafts.
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Oklahoma gets VERY hot, so I love staying in my air conditioned house and crafting the hours away. I only get out when I have to....for food, and of course, if I have a great coupon at a craft store.
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Absolutely, stay indoors with the ac, during the hottest time of the day,great time to craft. I had grandsons most of the weekend, so I had to tend to them. But Christmas is looming heavily on my mind.
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I have been working on my glass magnets this past week. Have made about 150...halfway through the process now.
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I saw somw holiday magazines hit the shelves, but I didn't feel the need to buy, got plenty of stuff laying in my craft room.
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Cute Halloween idea, well I made it into a Halloween idea, could use it for any ideas really, found here:
Easy Chiclets Treat Pouch Video - DOstamping with Dawn, Stampin' Up! Demonstrator

I found the Chiclets at Big Lots!, a package of six boxes was $1.00.
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I found the Chiclets at Big Lots!, a package of six boxes was $1.00.
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I need some ideas for Reese mini peanut butter cups.
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Here is a cute idea for family and friends:
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for the mini Reese's pieces, a clear bag with a cute topper comes to mind. Or a sour cream container, depends on how many you would have to make.
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Saw this the other day. Recycle some bottles in to GORGEOUS home decor.
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For those thinking of making hot chocolate gifts this year:
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That cocoa mix looks fantastic, I love gifts in jars. Some lucky teachers will be getting this.


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Here is a quick and easy recipe, not really Christmas though.

Pumpkin Muffins

1 Box of Spice Cake Mix (18.25 oz.), no eggs, oil or water added
1 can of Pumpkin (15 oz.), not the mix, just puree pumpkin

Put both items in a mixing bowl, and mix with a hand-held mixer, until mixed (mixture will be thick). Put cupcake liners in muffin tins, divide mixture between 24 muffin wells. Bake at 350 degrees for 15-20 mins., checking after 15 mins. Cool and eat!

Now some have stated that they like to put cream cheese icing on them too, however you want to eat them is your choice.

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I have made those muffins before, and they are fantastic, and made in the right size, Weight Watchers friendly.

I have Halloween treat packets in the making, a dozen Christmas stockings sewed together, a dozen Halloween cards made. Got pumpking banana bread in the oven. I am smokin!!!! lol


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Ok gals.....I have made several sets of "altered clothespins" with paper/embellishments on them....I have them packaged 12 pins/6 feet of velvet ribbon....does anyone have something "catchy" to put on the tag??? Also---I sold them for $5 last year....thinking of $7....thoughts?
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Cute idea with the clothespins, you need to have one assembled so people can see what to use it for. Can attach a holiday banner, display cards.
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Here is a cute idea on a old idea with candy bar:
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Thanks so much, Mary. I bookmarked the tutorial. That is really cute, and I have the envelope punch board. I especially liked the poem, too. It's cuter and shorter than the older version that I have used.
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