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Old 11-18-2004, 03:24 PM   #41
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I posted earlier in this thread that my coasters were great sellers at my craft fair.

Well, I gave out my business cards in the bags when customers bought things, and... today I got three calls from seperate people. Two were calling to order several sets of coasters. And one wanted me to make up four more composition books for her!

And I had just finished making the orders I got at the craft fair! Guess I will head back out to Home Depot and buy more coasters!!!
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I posted earlier in this thread that my coasters were great sellers at my craft fair.

Well, I gave out my business cards in the bags when customers bought things, and... today I got three calls from seperate people. Two were calling to order several sets of coasters. And one wanted me to make up four more composition books for her!

And I had just finished making the orders I got at the craft fair! Guess I will head back out to Home Depot and buy more coasters!!!
Out of curiosity, did they request a particular stamp or theme for the coasters?
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My best sellers are:

Ornaments- I make some using the acetate and some with re-inkers and glitter. Both sold out at $3 each.

Snowman soup- I started out making them from the mug template, but found some mugs at Hobby Lobby for $.77 and stamped snowflakes on Night Of Navy cardstock using the White Craft Pad. Filled the mug with all the goodies and printed the poem on a tag with a stamped snowman image on the other side- Sold these for $5 each.

Candles- I made some stamping on the tissue paper and some I downloaded images of Victorian Santa's and Angels and printed them directly on tissue paper. Then I put wax paper over the images and heat set. These went like CRAZY! Sold them for $5 for small short candles and $8 for the taller candles.

2x2 tile magnets- I stamped snowman, Christmas images, used the All Gods Children set, Polar Bears set, etc. I sell them for $1 each.
 
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I sold my cards for $2 or 3 for $5.
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I love love love stampin' on tiles! It is always a WOWzer. I stamp on either the 2x2 for magnets or the larger ones for coasters at least 2 times a year with my workshops. For workshops, I only do one coaster of course. But I think they are cheap, easy and fun.
I haven't done a craft fair yet but I am hoping to be able to next fall. I really wanted to this year but the year just got away from me.
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Great Job! Thanks for telling us how it went, it sure is satisfying when our crafted items sell!! Bravo!
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Tonya!

Most of the coasters I made are posted in my gallery. But the ones that sold well at the craft fair were the Newborn King and Lighthouses. While the ones that people are calling to order are the butterfly, and a snowman one(which I don't think I posted, but used the Tags and More snowman stamped randomly with the words "merry and bright" also stamped randomly...doen it blue or red!)
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Thanks for the 411 Amy!
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Just gotta tell what I made and how I did. I thank all of you who contributed!!

I made 8 mugs w/snowman soup in, sold 3 @4.00
I made 9 bagged snowman soups, sold 5 @1.75
Made angel earrings, sold 5 @ 9.99
And sold various greeting cards - loose, 2.00 each or 3 for 5.00- sold about 30.00 worth
And those Christmas Fudge candy bars, sold 7 @ 1.50
For a total of 103.00

Pretty good for a limited advertised in home 3 person sale. I was delighted. Now I'm looking to get into a bigger one early in Dec.
I am into this. I need lots to do, as I am home recooperating from breast cancer chemotherapy. Currently on treatment 4, and find I am not able to work consistently, SO - all the more time to stamp and craft!!!

Thanks again all! I sure love coming here to Splitcoaststampers!!
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WAHOO! That's fabulous Margit!

So, if I understand correctly was this was something that you and 3 others did out of your own home?
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Tonya,

A lady from church sews, her daughter (20+) crafts beaded jewelry and they knew I was crafting, stamping, and beading - so they offered a table at their home - it was by personal invitiation mostly, no newspaper ad, but a sign was on the road. I don't know what they each earned, but WOW, I was tickled with my results! And so blessed to be asked!
They are very lovely people, very talented. I had a good time while I
was there, but that was only an hour in the beginning. Didn't want to influence or scare away business, being it wasn't in my home.


Thanks for asking, Good luck to you Tonya in your crafting adventures.
This is so fun to do, and to SHARE!
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Well, I have just returned from a rather long day...set up began at 6am! The show began at 9am- 5p....

I sold 1 candle priced at $5
5 paint it / color it xmas card kits @ $5 each= $25
15 surivival kits @ $200 each= $30
26 cards (mostly xmas) priced at $2.50 each or buy 4 get 1 free ($52.50)

Grand total =$112.50

I have found there are a lot of lookers at these type of things! I was also worried because not too far away was another stampin up "craft" booth. I believe their cards (although very pretty) were priced a littler higher and they did not have as much to choose from (I had over 300 cards)

Funny thing being, the one thing I thought I wouldnt sell any of.. and it was a HIT! teh survival kits were loved by all. I had 2 people by 5 each!

At the end of the day if you deduct the cost of the table ($35.00) the cost of supplies and display costs, the endless and uncountable amount of time invested in this venture.... $112.50 is NOT WORTH IT! I doubt I will EVER DO ONE OF THESE THINGS AGAIN!

But that is just my experience and I am certain others have had a better turnout. There were a lot of people at this fair, mostly lookers at my merchandise though My sister on the other hand, had a table next to me and practically sold out of everything she had making almost $400 bucks on chocolate lollipops! I think I am doing something wrong here...
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I'll tell you what, ladies. I made those little pins with the glass pebbles, and they were a HIT! Sold like crazy at $2.00 each! So were the magnetic bookmarks. I sold almost no cards, though.

I think the market is different with each craft fair. I sold over $250.00 at this one. So don't get too discouraged, Gina. If you have enough items that didn't sell, you could always try another one!
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I am curious too about the candy cane seeds...hmmm could it be the round peppermints?
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The poem about Christmas fudge... could you e-mail it to me at bdickerson@earthlink.net? That sounds like a GREAT idea!!! Thanks for mentioning it.

Betty Dickerson

EDITED: I just found the poem in a later post -- thanks, anyway!

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Does anyone have a picture of the costers they made?
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I don't know if you noticed but I don't think any of the original posters are probably looking at this link anymore. This is from November of last year. I wish I could help with your answers but I don't know them. If you look up the anything but a card forum under the galleries, you should be able to see pictures of coasters.
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I found another thread which might be of interest to all of you who are doing/considering craft fairs:

Here's an interesting photo in Carol Shafer's Gallery: Craft Fair Display.

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I am curious too about the candy cane seeds...hmmm could it be the round peppermints?
I searched on google for "candy cane seeds" and one of the pages suggested "little, round, red & white mints". Another suggested "In a decorative bag or jar, combine Starlight Mints, Striped Mints, and Candy Cane Lifesavers". Here's the poem!

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I once knew a gardener, who knew how to grow
Bright tasty candies, right out of the snow.

I asked him to share his secret with me
And this is what he replied quite readily

To garden in winter, is difficult you see
it takes lots of care and a very special seed

I'll give you a couple, to grow your own treats
And you'll soon reap a harvest of candy cane sweets
Here's a picture printable of Candy Cane Seeds. But surely you could stamp a better one.

Click here for poems and ideas for SEEDS, which include the following:
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  • donut seeds
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  • Snowman Kisses (mini Marshmallows, red if you can find them)
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Does anyone have a picture of the costers they made?
Coasters = tiles

Have a look in The Gallery at the Tiles. Here's how to find them:
  • Click on gallery at the top of the page.
  • Click on Anything BUT a Card (towards the bottom).
  • Click on Tiles.
  • Ta-da! <---that's what you'll find


As for HOW to make them, there are several techniques! Do a search for tiles here, in the Forums, and you'll find lots of methods! Just in case you're not sure how to do a Search, here's a visual aid.
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Thanks a million avonlea, you are a great help!
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Thank you so much for this post!! I have been thinking about participating in some craft festivals coming up!!!!
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I would love to see some more hints. I'm thinking of doing a craft booth to help raise money for Project Linus. What do you think?
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What alot of great ideas, thank you! Good luck to all at your craft fairs
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I appreciate all the great ideas. I'm a brand new member and
thrilled that a new friend told me about your site.
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Our show was closer to Christmas and Holiday or (stress)survival kits that included a hersey's kiss went well. I added a little box to the things in a zip lock and made a topper on them. The poem is in this collection of survival kit ideas.
http://www.craftsayings.com/archives...valkits2.shtml

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Just resurrecting this thread as I found it quite interesting. Last year I did a Christmas craft fair, but it was so stressful as I only gave myself about a month to make things (in the evenings after my FT job, family routine, etc). This year I am thinking about doing another one again as I do enjoy making handmade gifts, but I just need to start on the projects a lot sooner!

I have searched and found many posts about what crafters were intending to make for their fairs, but this thread is interesting because actual results were being posted.

So, if any of you have any results from your recent, or maybe not so recent craft fairs, please do share!
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Thanks for sharing all your great ideas. This is inspiring!!!!
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Hi I was wondering has any one sold there lunch tin yet if so how much and did you have cards in them and how many Thanks Gloria
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I almost completely sold out of my tile coasters ( I did sets of 4 for $10, or $2.50 for the individual ones). I had felt dots on the bottoms. Super easy and they sell like hotcakes!
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Hi Everyone,
I just did my 3rd craft fair last week. It was at work...where there were 9 tables. 3 of us had cards.....2 of them being SU demonstrators (one is my demonstrator, one is my boss who is a downline of my demonstrator....a demonstrator herself....and in my stamp club) but we all stuck together and it seemed to work out fine. I sold neck coolers, flower pens, beaded jewelry, and mini cards. I made close to 100 cards in all different themes....I sold them for .50 each or 3 for $100....except for my mini graduation cards. I sold those for .75 each and i did pretty well. Most of my birthday and generic gifty cards sold in a hurry.

The other ladies selling cards sold their regular sized cards for $1.00 each....mini's if any for .50. We also managed to possibly gain a few more people for stamp clubs and customers. I'm not a SU yet....maybe someday.....i love stamping but I do so many other crafts also......but I do enjoy helping my girls out.

Anyway, I'm very happy to say that I made $250 for 3 hrs of craft fair time......that's 3X as much as I made at the last 2 craft fairs I did. The table was only $10.

I'm hoping to find more ideas for the craft fair we will be doing in the fall. I'd also like to be able to do a few more fairs in the fall out in the community. I'm really glad you ladies put together this thread. I'll be checking back for more input and ideas for the christmas time.

Just wanted to share my success and hopefully boost those up who might've had a hard time with their own craft fairs. The first one I did, I paid $25 for the table and only sold $10 worth of jewelry. I was really disappointed and i didn't think I'd be doing it again, but the opportunity came up at my job....and while the Christmas craft fair wasn't that successful....it was this time.

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Congrats on doing so well with your craft fair! Please post samples of what you made! I'd love to see!

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Am also interested in the lunch box/tin question posted above. I know it's a crap shoot on eBay. Some go for $40, and some don't sell with a base price of $14.99.

If you've sold any, please share the details!!!
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What about acrylic post it notes has anyone sold them and how much Thanks
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what kind of lunchbox/tin are we talking here??
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The ones that hold the cards that everybody is doing now. Thanks Gloria
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i saw the one on the wednesday tutorial...i might have to try it!!

Haaaaaaa (ok it was a really long day at work and I am sure glad to be home) tonight i made an cooler for eyes, and a heating pillow for the same person.....thought it might work well for those of us suffering from sinus issues....

anyway...I used the same fabric for both.........*giggle* then stamped with stazon for the one that gets heated! that way my friend can tell the difference between the 2....and the stazon gets heat set every time it's in the microwave

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This is such a wonderful thread! I've been here for over an hour and still haven't seen everything, but now I have to make dinner. Why do chores have to interfere with my stamping?!
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Just curious for those who made cards to sell. If you're selling them for only 50 cents, how did you make them? Do they have layers or are they fairly simple? I would think that 50 cents does not cover your costs or time if they're layered.
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I did 2 layers and simple stuff

as soon as i get some scanned i'll post them
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