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Old 01-07-2011, 06:01 AM   #1761
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Checked out your blog and sent you an email with questions!
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What are in the boxes (2nd post-last picture)? All these are amazing
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Well nothing seems to be working for me today--


Anyhow let me ask y'all a question. I know this is primary a papercrafting site but we all do assorted other crafts so hoping someone will give me a feedback. I'm making soaps for this up coming seasons shows. Some will be just your average bases, nothing added except some coloring and scents, they will range in size from about 1 3/4 oz--4 ozs. Others will be a bit more detailed such as decorative detailing (which isn't the easiest to pull off but is awesome when it comes out right!), others still will be my own recipe ( for which I'm testing now and having great results) All will be sizes listed above. Most of these are going into paper boxes I am now making. My question to all of you---What would you be willing to pay for handmade soaps? I know what it's costing (chock but hoping it pays off) but I know I could never really get 100% profit, at least not until I'm completely set up and running. Any and all help will be appericated.
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Lisa your goods look so professional! Great job!
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Lisa, I just love how you did these. May I ask where you got the clothespins, how much they were and what price you sell them for? Sorry to be so 'nosey'.
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Hi, just thought I would pop in and share some pics with everyone of some of the things I did during this past craft show season. I did fairly well for doing 5 shows. Some shows were better than others. This is just a sampling. The rest will be in my gallery and hopefully to my yet-to-be-launched blog.
Lisa, I love all your items. TFS. Looking forward to seeing them in your gallery and will watch out for your blog. I am very new to blogging too. It is great fun and not as difficult as I once imagined.

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not a problem! I got them at a local craft store called Pat Catan's. They may sell them online under the Darice name. I believe my price for that size is $1.50 (vendor pricing). The size is roughly 9 in tall and about 2 in wide. They are so fun to alter! I sold them altered for $5. Hope that helps!
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Those were sets of tile coasters. I tried to sell them without a box but you couldn't see them very well as I had the bag tied over the image. Duh! So I made a box for them to fit into and the very next show I sold 2 sets for $12 ea!
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Great idea, Diane!

I've been searching for a Canadian supplier for the test tubes for quite a while now. I haven't had much luck, but hopefully someone else has. I don't mind ordering from the US, it would just be easier to order within Canada.
I have a P.O. box just across the border (I live on a border town), so I will likely order the test tubes as suggested.
Why are they not big enough for smarties?? What will fit in them?

I have ordered the tins from U.S. also from Specialty Bottle. I bought the rectangle size hinged lid tin, and plan on including a tooth chart for toothfairy tins.
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As for holding your folders together I use the Basic Grey disk magnets ... they work great. I tried buying other magnets ...like the black ones on the role and they just will not hold. I take the magnets and put them behind a layer of paper and they work great. The magnetism in them is very strong. Like I said before they are the only ones that work. They are a little pricey though I think its 7.99 for 8. I hope that helps
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Where is a good place to get the clear bags to protect your craft items? I need bags for my cards and also bags to put individual crafts in. Does anyone have any good sources that they would be willing to share?

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I get my card cellophane bags from Stampin Up - they are great to put individual cards in. .
Otherwise i use those sandwich type (ZIP) bags to put little bits and pieces in.
I think they come in larger sizes, check the supermarket? All the best hope this helps a little.
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I get all of mine at uniquepacking on ebay. I can get all sorts of sizes on there. Uline is good too, but sometimes the shipping can be a bit high
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I get my stuff from clearbags.com. They are super cheap. Here's a link for the size to fit cards 4 5/8 x 5 3/4 + flap, Crystal Clear Bags Protective Closure (PC) (117x146) (100 pack) [B54PC] - Protective Closure Bags - Crystal Clear Bags
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I buy mine from clearbags.com also. The prices are excellent and they have a wide variety of sizes.
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I get my stuff from clearbags.com. They are super cheap. Here's a link for the size to fit cards 4 5/8 x 5 3/4 + flap, Crystal Clear Bags Protective Closure (PC) (117x146) (100 pack) [B54PC] - Protective Closure Bags - Crystal Clear Bags
100 bags for $5.00!!
I also buy from Clearbags.
One of the tips I used is: I calculated a size that would work for multiple items (bag folded over double or less when sealed). I was able to order 1000 for super cheap and it will last a long time that way.
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I wanted to share the cute little tooth fairy tins that I made. I used the stamp from SU and the tins are ones you find in the wedding section (got mine for 50% off), there are 30 to a container. This was very quick and easy to make. Oh, I did cut a circle piece batting for the inside for the tooth to sit on. I think they would sell really well on a craft show!
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I wanted to share the cute little tooth fairy tins that I made. I used the stamp from SU and the tins are ones you find in the wedding section (got mine for 50% off), there are 30 to a container. This was very quick and easy to make. Oh, I did cut a circle piece batting for the inside for the tooth to sit on. I think they would sell really well on a craft show!
MARY: These are adorable! I swore off craft fairs last month, but I'm starting to weaken.....this will go in my 'idea' file, just in case!

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Mary they're so cute! I got some tiny may arts tins today to make some tooth fairy tins!
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i keep a file by ideas per month. these are just ideas for gifts. both birthday & christmas. i have only done 1 show-years ago. but that doesn't stop me from making lists!
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gayla, I used SU markers and a blender pen to color the fairy dress with.
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I wanted to share the cute little tooth fairy tins that I made. I used the stamp from SU and the tins are ones you find in the wedding section (got mine for 50% off), there are 30 to a container. This was very quick and easy to make. Oh, I did cut a circle piece batting for the inside for the tooth to sit on. I think they would sell really well on a craft show!
They are lovely Mary. I think they are a brilliant item for craft fairs. My SIL who lives in Florida has been trying to get the tins for me but they were sold out in her local Michaels. I found some in Joann s online store they are wilton 25 tins for 19.99 with discount available. Do you think these would work ? If so I'll order online for delivery.

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They are the same thing. The quantity is the only thing that is different.



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They are lovely Mary. I think they are a brilliant item for craft fairs. My SIL who lives in Florida has been trying to get the tins for me but they were sold out in her local Michaels. I found some in Joann s online store they are wilton 25 tins for 19.99 with discount available. Do you think these would work ? If so I'll order online for delivery.

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Mine didn't sell well at the Christmas craft fair here in Massachusetts. I think I sold 7. Here's a link to mine. Rita's Little Corner: Tooth Fairy Tins
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They are the same thing. The quantity is the only thing that is different.
Thanks for the fast reply.
I was also thinking of making some Santa Keys. I found some again online in Joanns from K and Co ten in a pack. What are your thoughts on whether they may be good sellers at fairs. I don't think they are widely available here in Ireland at Christmas.

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Thanks Rita. I'll limit it to one pack of 25 so and see how they go. I can always make more if the demand is there.

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I was also thinking of making some Santa Keys. I found some again online in Joanns from K and Co ten in a pack. What are your thoughts on whether they may be good sellers at fairs. I don't think they are widely available here in Ireland at Christmas.

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How ironic you should mention the Santa Keys. I was putting away my Christmas stuff this afternoon and suddenly thought that I hadn't seen our "key" for a few years. (Our new house has a fireplace so I haven't thought about it for awhile.)
I had never heard of them until our friend gave one to my son when he was about 4 years old and concerned how Santa was getting in our house.
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Rita, I'm suprised that they didn't sell,they are very cute. I hadn't seen the little poem on the inside before, nice addition!
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What is a Santa key, does anyone have a picture or a link? I've never heard of this before.
I just googled Santa Key
Here are some links~
The first one is some poems that go with the key:
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This features a few different styles of keys to buy:
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Here's a site on how to make them:
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I think this is a great idea! Adding it to my idea book.

P.S. Rita, I like your blog design, can I ask who did it? And your creations are fantastic, too!
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Considering the tins are so easy to make (and so cute, both of them!), it's always worth trying. Selling seven of an item really isn't that bad, IMO.
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I just googled Santa Key
Here are some links~
The first one is some poems that go with the key:
Santa's Magic Key Poem

This features a few different styles of keys to buy:
Santa's Magical House Key | No Chimney ~ No Problem | Give Santa A Magic House Key

Here's a site on how to make them:
Santa's Key Craft - Make This Easy Christmas Gift

I think this is a great idea! Adding it to my idea book.

P.S. Rita, I like your blog design, can I ask who did it? And your creations are fantastic, too!

Thank you so much, I luv this idea & I will file it away for the future when I have grandchildren. My son has a fireplace in his house but my daughter does not. I can't wait to have grandkids...hopefully this year for son & maybe next year for daughter.

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The blog template 2 column is from blogger & I tweeked it with things I wanted...I'm not computer savy it was a lot of work & years to finally get it the way I wanted with lots of learning curves. Blogger is very simple to do & if I can do it anyone can...just requires lots of patience. Hope that helps.

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Oopps...forgot to say that the background blog designs are free.
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Thanks Rita, this is exactly what I was looking for!
I figure it might be time to jump on the blog (writing) bandwagon instead of just watching all the floats go by (reading LOTS of blogs). You're a doll!

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My blog background is from Scrappin Blogs here is the link:
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The blog template 2 column is from blogger & I tweeked it with things I wanted...I'm not computer savy it was a lot of work & years to finally get it the way I wanted with lots of learning curves. Blogger is very simple to do & if I can do it anyone can...just requires lots of patience. Hope that helps.

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Your very welcome Sharon, glad I could help!
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Old 01-12-2011, 07:12 AM   #1800
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Your very welcome Sharon, glad I could help!
Rita, maybe you can help me too. I am very new to blogs too, only a little over two weeks. How do you put MY BLOG after your name on these posts.

When I do it I am just inserting a link and it comes up as my blog name.
I know this isnt really the place to ask this question but since you are helping us with blog layouts I thought I would ask.

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This is what I mean above.
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