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Old 10-25-2011, 10:21 PM   #5641
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Also, I had seen somewhere... isn't that the popular statement LOL

a reindeer head using the pennant punch from Stampin' Up. I've tried googling but can't find anything like it. Has anyone seen something like this and do you have a website to view it?
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Also, I had seen somewhere... isn't that the popular statement LOL

a reindeer head using the pennant punch from Stampin' Up. I've tried googling but can't find anything like it. Has anyone seen something like this and do you have a website to view it?
I haven't seen one done with the pennant punch but I have seen one done with the stocking punch. Check out Jactopia's blog.
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Also, I had seen somewhere... isn't that the popular statement LOL

a reindeer head using the pennant punch from Stampin' Up. I've tried googling but can't find anything like it. Has anyone seen something like this and do you have a website to view it?
Is this it?

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My snowman kisses are just tic tac boxes, I used the Martha Stewart snowman punch for the die cut. The poem reads 'he's cute, cuddly and full of good wishes, he wants to give you these snowman kisses'
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I have just posted a Christmas Table fun cracker. It is a Christmas quiz rolled around a T puzzle (made from a cork tile) and wrapped in the shape of a Christmas cracker with hessian fabric and tied with red gingham.

It was very easy and fast to make and supplies were very reasonable. It maybe a runner for some of you ladies still preparing for the fairs. The free printable quiz I have given a link to is for personal use so maybe search a little more online for a less restrictive one if you plan to make and sell.
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Yeah, I survived my first craft fair! I took in $639.20 and my booth fee was $60. My biggest hit was the Snowman Wrapped Hershey bars. Here are my tallies:

Santa's Face greeting cards $5: made 13; sold 4
Halloween Owl greeting cards $5: made 12; sold none
Magic Reindeer Food (test tubes) $3.50: made 54; sold 12
Snowman Kisses (Tic Tac) $3.50: made 31; sold 18
Post-It Note w/mini gel pen $3.50: made 37; sold 25
Hey, Little Turkey Mint Favors $1.75: made 30; sold 30
Magnetic Coaster Calendars $3.50: made 50; sold 6
Pumpkin Tootsie Pops $1: made 40; sold 12
Goblin Greetings Tic Tac $3.50: made 10; sold 5
Tooth Fairy Boxes $5: made 24; sold 3
Rudolph Spares $5: made 30; sold 9
Snowman Hershey Bars $3: made 72; sold 56
Journals (large- composition book) w/matching pens $7: made 4; sold none
Journals (med) $5: mad 3; sold 1
Journals (small) $2: made 5; sold 2
Clear Stamp Case Shopping List $6: made 4; sold 3
Halloween Chocolate Coins 50 cents: made 76; sold 28
Spinner cards $5: made 4; sold 2
Also sold a few assorted greeting cards at $4 each. I didn't keep count, but sold 10-15.

I'm donating the leftover Halloween Tootsie Pops and chocolate coins to the Fall Festival at our church this evening. And, I guess I'll be giving 2012 magnetic calendars to everyone I know.

Thanks again for all the help you gals have given me. Your kind generosity is wonderful.
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Yeah, I survived my first craft fair! I took in $639.20 and my booth fee was $60. My biggest hit was the Snowman Wrapped Hershey bars. Here are my tallies:

Santa's Face greeting cards $5: made 13; sold 4
Halloween Owl greeting cards $5: made 12; sold none
Magic Reindeer Food (test tubes) $3.50: made 54; sold 12
Snowman Kisses (Tic Tac) $3.50: made 31; sold 18
Post-It Note w/mini gel pen $3.50: made 37; sold 25
Hey, Little Turkey Mint Favors $1.75: made 30; sold 30
Magnetic Coaster Calendars $3.50: made 50; sold 6
Pumpkin Tootsie Pops $1: made 40; sold 12
Goblin Greetings Tic Tac $3.50: made 10; sold 5
Tooth Fairy Boxes $5: made 24; sold 3
Rudolph Spares $5: made 30; sold 9
Snowman Hershey Bars $3: made 72; sold 56
Journals (large- composition book) w/matching pens $7: made 4; sold none
Journals (med) $5: mad 3; sold 1
Journals (small) $2: made 5; sold 2
Clear Stamp Case Shopping List $6: made 4; sold 3
Halloween Chocolate Coins 50 cents: made 76; sold 28
Spinner cards $5: made 4; sold 2
Also sold a few assorted greeting cards at $4 each. I didn't keep count, but sold 10-15.

I'm donating the leftover Halloween Tootsie Pops and chocolate coins to the Fall Festival at our church this evening. And, I guess I'll be giving 2012 magnetic calendars to everyone I know.

Thanks again for all the help you gals have given me. Your kind generosity is wonderful.
Hugs, Pam

Wow, that's awesome!! I'm curious if you have a picture of this,it sounds really cute!!
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Wow, that's awesome!! I'm curious if you have a picture of this,it sounds really cute!!
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I cased Lydia's (understandblue) turkey. They are cute and will be darling favors for Thanksgiving dinner.

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Sounds like you did great! What are the following?
Clear Stamp Case Shopping List $6: made 4; sold 3
Halloween Chocolate Coins 50 cents: made 76; sold 28

Thank you for sharing how many you made/sold and price. That helps so much. I made 75 of the snowman candy bars last year and they were a huge hit!
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Sounds good for a craft fair. I have question. I made those little sour cream containers with 3 icy squares inside. I then stamped a scalloped circle with a Christmas sentiment and then placed another blank scalloped circle so a person could put a name on it and use as a place card. The cost of the chocolate for each is .32 cents what would you charge? I also have the snowman covered chocolate bars for 2.50 each. These two items are to make back my rents so selling my christmas cards and regular cards is the gravy.

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Are the snowman chocolate bars full sized or minis?
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Sounds like you did great! What are the following?
Clear Stamp Case Shopping List $6: made 4; sold 3
Halloween Chocolate Coins 50 cents: made 76; sold 28

Thank you for sharing how many you made/sold and price. That helps so much. I made 75 of the snowman candy bars last year and they were a huge hit!
Thanks, Debbie. I really wished I could have gotten $8 or more for the Shopping List cases but I've never had much luck with journals, so I decided on $6.

I thought I had priced the Chocolate Coins low as a "come on," but they didn't move as I'd hoped.
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Are the snowman chocolate bars full sized or minis?
I made 36 full-sized plain bars and 36 full-sized bars with almonds. The plain chocolate sold out completely. The almond bars were the ones I had left. Think i'd go with just the plain chocolate bars if I do it again.
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Sounds good for a craft fair. I have question. I made those little sour cream containers with 3 icy squares inside. I then stamped a scalloped circle with a Christmas sentiment and then placed another blank scalloped circle so a person could put a name on it and use as a place card. The cost of the chocolate for each is .32 cents what would you charge? I also have the snowman covered chocolate bars for 2.50 each. These two items are to make back my rents so selling my christmas cards and regular cards is the gravy.

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Can you post a picture of your sour cream containers? They sound like a great idea. Just from the cost of the chocolate, I'd suggest charging $1 each for them.

Regarding the chocolate bars, my bars without almonds went like hot cakes at $3. Good luck to you with your event.
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Btw, I cased my list from lizzier and I wanted to give her credit for the terrific idea.

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Can you post a picture of snowmen candy bars?? They sound so cute. Kathy
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thanks so much do you have a pattern you could share??? I am doing a craft fair next week. Not sure if I am totally in or not but need ideas. Thanks Kathy
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thanks so much do you have a pattern you could share??? I am doing a craft fair next week. Not sure if I am totally in or not but need ideas. Thanks Kathy
Try this link for Kerry's tutorial: Craft Fair Goodies & Video Tutorial: Snowmen Hershey Bar Wrappers
or to watch it on YouTube, use this link: Snowman Hershey Bar Tutorial - YouTube
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I did both sizes. You can also use king size bars. Someone on SCS used the fingers from cheap knit gloves for the hats on the mini candy bars and the cut the hand part of the glove up for the scarves. No sewing! I sewed mine before I saw that cute idea. Someone else put the little glove finger hats on Hershey Nuggets. So I had to make those, too! I used the same Laurie F. snowman printout, but I scanned it and cropped just the face. They look really cute in a tin with different colored hats.
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Yeah, I survived my first craft fair! I took in $639.20 and my booth fee was $60. My biggest hit was the Snowman Wrapped Hershey bars. ......

I'm donating the leftover Halloween Tootsie Pops and chocolate coins to the Fall Festival at our church this evening. And, I guess I'll be giving 2012 magnetic calendars to everyone I know.

Thanks again for all the help you gals have given me. Your kind generosity is wonderful.
Hugs, Pam
Thank you so much for your encouragement and posting your results & photos. I love that you are donating some of your 'leftovers'.
I have to put my stall participation this Friday on hold as my insurance cover could possibly have expired and I am in the process of checking it out... Then on top of all this my MIL is in hospital with a heart attack. She went in 'cause she was dehydrated & tired and had the attack whilst there, otherwise she/we wouldn't have known of it since it was a 'silent & painless' one. And on top of that my husband did his back in yesterday and needs help getting up and down out off chairs etc. So I guess the market wasn't meant to be just now.... oh well it gives me more time to make things! in between visiting and assisting!
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Thank you so much for your encouragement and posting your results & photos. I love that you are donating some of your 'leftovers'.
I have to put my stall participation this Friday on hold as my insurance cover could possibly have expired and I am in the process of checking it out... Then on top of all this my MIL is in hospital with a heart attack. She went in 'cause she was dehydrated & tired and had the attack whilst there, otherwise she/we wouldn't have known of it since it was a 'silent & painless' one. And on top of that my husband did his back in yesterday and needs help getting up and down out off chairs etc. So I guess the market wasn't meant to be just now.... oh well it gives me more time to make things! in between visiting and assisting!
Michelle, Sorry to hear of all your troubles. Hope your hubby and MIL recover quickly and you can do the next available event. God bless! P.
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Yeah, I survived my first craft fair! I took in $639.20 and my booth fee was $60. My biggest hit was the Snowman Wrapped Hershey bars. Here are my tallies:

Santa's Face greeting cards $5: made 13; sold 4
Halloween Owl greeting cards $5: made 12; sold none
Magic Reindeer Food (test tubes) $3.50: made 54; sold 12
Snowman Kisses (Tic Tac) $3.50: made 31; sold 18
Post-It Note w/mini gel pen $3.50: made 37; sold 25
Hey, Little Turkey Mint Favors $1.75: made 30; sold 30
Magnetic Coaster Calendars $3.50: made 50; sold 6
Pumpkin Tootsie Pops $1: made 40; sold 12
Goblin Greetings Tic Tac $3.50: made 10; sold 5
Tooth Fairy Boxes $5: made 24; sold 3
Rudolph Spares $5: made 30; sold 9
Snowman Hershey Bars $3: made 72; sold 56
Journals (large- composition book) w/matching pens $7: made 4; sold none
Journals (med) $5: mad 3; sold 1
Journals (small) $2: made 5; sold 2
Clear Stamp Case Shopping List $6: made 4; sold 3
Halloween Chocolate Coins 50 cents: made 76; sold 28
Spinner cards $5: made 4; sold 2
Also sold a few assorted greeting cards at $4 each. I didn't keep count, but sold 10-15.

I'm donating the leftover Halloween Tootsie Pops and chocolate coins to the Fall Festival at our church this evening. And, I guess I'll be giving 2012 magnetic calendars to everyone I know.

Thanks again for all the help you gals have given me. Your kind generosity is wonderful.
Hugs, Pam
Congratulations, Pam!!!!!!
I realize that you put a lot of time and money into it, but that is just an amazing amount of money to take in in one day!
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Congratulations, Pam!!!!!!
I realize that you put a lot of time and money into it, but that is just an amazing amount of money to take in in one day!
Thanks! Yes, a lot of time & money. Actually it was a 3-day event - Friday noon to 7 pm,
Sat. 10-7 and SWUnd. 10-3. Sunday was pretty much a bust. I sold about $50 worth that day.
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Would one of you that has a small size (mini) version of the Hershey bar snowman please post it in the reduced size for those of us who are tech challenged and can't do it for ourselves? I have the pdf for the regular one that Laurie originally posted and I tried to resize it, but it just didn't work for me. I do appreciate all of the help you folks have given to all of us. I don't know how to put a pic on here, but I would if I could! I'm signed up for a bazaar on Nov. 12. I did it for the first time last year and am hoping to do better this year. We'll see! So far I've started on the snowman Hershey's (regular), lip balm purses, embellished gloves, clear case notepads, birthday in a bag, and gift card holders. I don't think I have enough of any one thing made just yet, but I do have a few things left from last year to fill in any gaps on my table. I would like to do more clear cases, some gift tags, and some more gift card holders for sure. Maybe some post-it coasters or key rings, too. Thanks for the help!
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Would one of you that has a small size (mini) version of the Hershey bar snowman please post it in the reduced size for those of us who are tech challenged and can't do it for ourselves? I have the pdf for the regular one that Laurie originally posted and I tried to resize it, but it just didn't work for me.
Send me an email and I will send you what I have for the Hershey bar snowman wrapper. lucascnATearthlink.net
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I was left with a full box of Twix after a slow Halloween so I guess I am making more snowmen wrappers. I sure hope that I sell them all. I have my first fair in a week and a half. If they all go then I guess I can make more for the next ones.

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These look really good!
Do you have the link for the tutorial? I know it is somewhere in SplitcoastStamper world but I can't find it. I have not made these yet. Are they quick?
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Old 11-01-2011, 07:56 PM   #5677
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These look really good!
Do you have the link for the tutorial? I know it is somewhere in SplitcoastStamper world but I can't find it. I have not made these yet. Are they quick?
They are super quick, I just made them for two 50th Anniversary parties. But I had a hard time getting them to stay glued. I would love to know what adhesive the person who [posted the pics above used on hers. Maybe mine wouldn't stay closed because I used jeweled cardstock?
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Old 11-01-2011, 08:07 PM   #5678
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BrooksKaren I can give you a pdf for a smaller version of the snowman template. I was able to get 9 on a page and they fit the little hershey bars I gave out for Halloween. I just bought mini gloves at the dollar store and used the fingers at hats.
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BrooksKaren I can give you a pdf for a smaller version of the snowman template. I was able to get 9 on a page and they fit the little hershey bars I gave out for Halloween. I just bought mini gloves at the dollar store and used the fingers at hats.
would you mind sharing it with me too?????
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These look really good!
Do you have the link for the tutorial? I know it is somewhere in SplitcoastStamper world but I can't find it. I have not made these yet. Are they quick?

i was just looking for these -- here is a tutorial i found earlier. i've never made them either, but thought i'd give them a try for an upcoming show.

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