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Old 05-20-2008, 02:40 PM   #801
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I have been using the 4 x 4 tiles and the 6 x 6 tiles for coasters. You can pick them up at any hardware store. The ones with the rub ons I didn't seal. But the ones that I stamped on, I sprayed first, then stamped and sprayed again.
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Subscribing. This is great info.
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craft show last weekend:
onesies...everyone loved them! Stamped tractors, zoo animals, and motorcycles w/ pallette inks

nugget tins w/ scented, angel soaps inside....everyone loved again.

bottled water w/ hang tags and crystal light packets..........sold the most of these but would have sold more if I had thought to bring some ice and a cooler! (duh me!)

post it holders w/ binder clips to look like clip boards......sold one.


had 6x6 tiles, glass bottles w/ rub ons, giant paper clip bookmarks, and a few other items as well as a ton of single and boxed cards...none of it sold.......BUT the craft show was NOT very well advertised and it was quite dead! Chalk this one up to an ok first time experience for me.

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Great info!! Thanks to everyone.
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craft show last weekend:
onesies...everyone loved them! Stamped tractors, zoo animals, and motorcycles w/ pallette inks

nugget tins w/ scented, angel soaps inside....everyone loved again.

bottled water w/ hang tags and crystal light packets..........sold the most of these but would have sold more if I had thought to bring some ice and a cooler! (duh me!)

post it holders w/ binder clips to look like clip boards......sold one.


had 6x6 tiles, glass bottles w/ rub ons, giant paper clip bookmarks, and a few other items as well as a ton of single and boxed cards...none of it sold.......BUT the craft show was NOT very well advertised and it was quite dead! Chalk this one up to an ok first time experience for me.

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Congrats on your sales! Did you have to heat set your onesies after stamping them? They sound so cute! I would love to see a picture!
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Actually, I washed the onesies all in Dreft first, then stamped w/ the pallette inks, then ironed them all to heat set. Sounds like a lot of work but they are all so teeny and cute! :P
I know I took pix at the craft show...I will upload them soon and let y'all know when I do!
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Actually, I washed the onesies all in Dreft first, then stamped w/ the pallette inks, then ironed them all to heat set. Sounds like a lot of work but they are all so teeny and cute! :P
I know I took pix at the craft show...I will upload them soon and let y'all know when I do!
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I can do that! We have a couple friends expecting babies. These will be fun gifts. Thanks for the info!
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Ok, Phew!!! I've finally uploaded all my pix! Give the mods a few minutes to approve everything, but I made a "craft show" album in my gallery. There are pix of 14 onesie closeups! By all means, check them out and let me know in the comments which is your favorite!!!!
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I'm terrible. LOL Here I called my GF in Puerto Rico (Hi Claudia!) telling her PICTURES! PICTURES! PICTURES! because I love seeing her creations...and here I was, didn't take any. I will be better next time. I guess I was just so inundated in creating that I forgot the brag part. LOL

I sold my binder clips in sets of 2-4 (2 large ones, 4 smaller ones). I sold my paperclips in sets of 2.

The tile coasters, I purchased at Lowes for 32 cents each; set of four costing me about $1.25 which is cool. I bought more; making some horse sets since we live in Kentucky. I also bought a 'sheet' of small tiles for magnets. I noticed that they have some pretty cool ones now with marred edges to give a more unique look.

I'm looking for more craft fairs to do here. Since we are new, its hard to find them but word of mouth to friends who are more familiar with this area helps.

Oh, question: The water bottles with hangtag drink mixes? How much did you sell them for? I only sold one out of 2 dozen. I had $2 each or 2 for $3. Perhaps I should have only charged $1 each? I spent alot of time on these; paper, ribbon, stamping, etc. I would have thought my prices were comparative. Drinks to buy at the food vendors were $3 on up.
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The water bottles were $2 each and that is what I sold most of....although if I had a cooler w/ ice that I could have brought along I would have sold a TON more! Everyone everywhere was looking for water and this was a great option to plain water or soda. The concession stand was selling the same bottles of water (sans the packets and decorations ) for $1 each, so $2 was a great deal!
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Hey all...love this thread!
I'm getting ready for some summer shows and have a couple of questions.
1. Does anyone know where I can find a wire shelf thing that I can sit on my table and it would have a couple of levels to it? Does that make sense? I thought I saw a pic here where someone had one on their table...

2. Does anyone have any great summer project ideas?

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Ladies, I forgot to mention a WONDERFUL and inexpensive 'display' for your clipboards, composition books, and of the like for your tables. Go to Walmart's housewares department, there are white coated metal plate/pot lid holders. I'm not sure, but I think they are made by Rubbermaid. (they are made of the same white grid material as those closet shelves). They hold about 7-8 plates (well, I put my clipboards and comp books instead of plates LOL). They run about $4 a piece. I bought 5. They made my table display very tidy and easy for customers to thumb through my creations for viewing.
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Ladies, I forgot to mention a WONDERFUL and inexpensive 'display' for your clipboards, composition books, and of the like for your tables. Go to Walmart's housewares department, there are white coated metal plate/pot lid holders. I'm not sure, but I think they are made by Rubbermaid. (they are made of the same white grid material as those closet shelves). They hold about 7-8 plates (well, I put my clipboards and comp books instead of plates LOL). They run about $4 a piece. I bought 5. They made my table display very tidy and easy for customers to thumb through my creations for viewing.
What a terrific organizational idea! Thanks for sharing!
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These are great ideas and will come in handy when my sisters and I do our craft fair
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Ok, Phew!!! I've finally uploaded all my pix! Give the mods a few minutes to approve everything, but I made a "craft show" album in my gallery. There are pix of 14 onesie closeups! By all means, check them out and let me know in the comments which is your favorite!!!!
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Love your onsies. Would you mind sharing how much you were selling them for? Were they different prices if they were in the tins?

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Thanks Barb! I originally had the onesies priced at $5 each but when I came back from walking around (had to check out the competition lol) my partner and others around us had decided that was too cheap; so they changed it to $7 each. Everyone loved them! When I sold them in the tins I added $2.50 to the price making them $9.50. I did sell one that way. The tins w/ all the "stuff" in them sold for $5.
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I'm enjoying everyones comments on what they are making and what is selling at their craft shows.
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Well I just went through all 21 pages and found some great stuff. Thank you to everybody who added to this thread. I am hoping to go to some craft fairs this fall.
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So Dawn - what are you favorite 3 items that you found in the 21 pages?? That's a lot of reading!!

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I had never heard of those little pebble magnets for the frig that you put in the tins,
those toothfairy boxes look so cool and the post it note holders.
I can't wait to try to make these.
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I haven't read all the posts, so sorry if this is a duplicate - I sold $200 worth of poop at a craft fair. It was snowman and reindeer poop for a $1 per packet. I even had orders for more after the fair. It only cost at the most 15 cents to make so I think 85 cents profit was ok. The stamping was simple no coloring, no embellishments, small plastic bags from the $1 store and a few rasins or mini marshmellow. I printed the poems on my computer, each one took only about 5 minutes to make. If I do another fair, I making a pile of poop!
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I haven't read all the posts, so sorry if this is a duplicate - I sold $200 worth of poop at a craft fair. It was snowman and reindeer poop for a $1 per packet. I even had orders for more after the fair. It only cost at the most 15 cents to make so I think 85 cents profit was ok. The stamping was simple no coloring, no embellishments, small plastic bags from the $1 store and a few rasins or mini marshmellow. I printed the poems on my computer, each one took only about 5 minutes to make. If I do another fair, I making a pile of poop!
I learned about the raindeer poop last christmas and DD just loved it.
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At the risk of sounding stupid, I'm still gonna ask this question! (Won't be the first stupid question I've asked)! I see a lot of you talking about tags and gift tags and it sounds like they sell pretty good. Anyone have pics?

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Hello everyone!! I had my very FIRST craft fair this weekend in MA. (where I live!!) I made about $180 total. Not bad for a small show, and only ran for 7 hours.

Here is a summary of what I sold. I hope this info helps some of you! I really do encourage you to try a fair if you have been thinking about it. Start small, at a simple day-fair and i think you will find it to be fun and quite an ego boost


Cards: $3 ea. or 4 for $10 - Sold 16 - lots of people like my cards. They thought i was under-charging!! But I wanted to keep it reasonable for the fair. It was great to sell so many.

Altered Clipboards: $6 - Sold 1

Altered Mini Clipboards: $5 Sold 1

Paperclip Bookmarks: $1 - Sold 20!!! (these were HOT HOT items, wish i had MORE!! - especially with the kids)

Binder Clips: $1 - Sold 3 - a lot of people didn't get what they were for. Next time I will stick sample photos in them .

Altered Composition Notebooks: $3 - Sold 1

Mini Altered Notebooks: $1.50 - Sold 1

Giant Clothespins: $4 - Sold 4

Regular Sized Clothespins: $3 - Sold 2

Altered Picture Frames: $8 - Sold 0

Altered Paint Cans: $8 - Sold 1 - EVERYONE commented on what a great idea they were. Perhaps I will drop the price next time to sell more? (only had 3 made)

Altered Target Mailboxes: $4 - Sold 5 - another big hit. I put candy in them, people loved these for Teacher Gifts.

3-pack of 3"x3" Cards: $3 - Sold the only one that I had

Dry Erase Boards: $4 - Sold 3 - lots of people liked these too. (description: stamped 8.5"x11" cardstock, had laminated at Staples, attached velcro on front, magnets on back, added erasable marker - makes a nice dry erase board for the fridge).

Post-It Note Holders: $3 - Sold 8

Accordion "Brag Book": $5 - Sold the only one I had (mini little book that I altered, you can add your photos to)

I had a few other items, like pre-made small scrapbooks. I was selling them for $10, $15 and $20 respectively. Each of these required much time & material, so I had to charge those amounts. LOTS of people looked, but no one wanted to buy. I think one woman wanted one and saw the $15 price and said "not for that amount". I wanted to smack her. Some people have NO IDEA how much time & effort goes into these things. I do have to say that MOST people recognized that amount of work & time it takes. Everyone seemed to really love my stuff...I think I was one of the most popular booths at the show! (it was a small one, but I had a great spot with lots of people walking by!!)

I will DEFINITELY do one of these again. Now I know what really sells. Having things that appeal to kids is KEY. It draws them over to the table, and the parents follow and begin browsing themselves. I heard many many times "Mommy!! Can I get a bookmark!!??!" hehe.

I have uploaded PHOTOS of my table to my blog. Go to the link below to see my blog entry about this fair:

http://crafts.peteandkerry.com/2008/...raft-fair.html

Also, here is more pics of my table that I uploaded to my Project Gallery on my site:

http://crafts.peteandkerry.com/proje...008/index.html

If you have any questions on what some of these items are listed above, PM me, or peruse through my blog - chances are I have pictures of most of them there!

Hope this helps some of you!!
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Oh my gosh! Well...your display looks GREAT! Everything so nicely displayed.
Did you sell any beaded pens?
Im doing my first fair this fall.
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thanks! No, I actually haven't tried making those yet. There was another SU Demo there and I think she was selling them. She mentioned that she wasn't doing too well though I'm not sure if her spot was just not as good or what.

Oh another thing - a few people also asked if I had more kinds of bookmarks (paper ones) - which I didn't. I think those are quick, simple & cheap to make - so I will definitely make some next time.
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Congratulations,Kerry!!!!! You did an outstanding job displaying your creations. Great pictures!!!!! I bet it did feel good and did boost your ego by the end of the day that there are people who appreciate a handmade creation.

Way to go!!!!!
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Congratulations,Kerry!!!!! You did an outstanding job displaying your creations. Great pictures!!!!! I bet it did feel good and did boost your ego by the end of the day that there are people who appreciate a handmade creation.

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Kerry,

Your display was wonderful! It had such an inviting feel to it! Your items were very nice as well! Congrats on a successful first show!
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Kerry,

Your stuff and display was GREAT!!! The idea of having inexpensive things to draw people in is the perfect thing,I only do 2 sales in Nov, so most of my items are gift oriented. Have never done the clip bookmarks,that is an easy item. CONGRATS!!!!
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I did the paperclip bookmarks at a craft fair but I think I sold them for $1.50 or $2.00 (maybe even $2.50 when I calculated in the price of the clips and paper and ribbon and x3 for time and profit) so maybe next time I'll drop the price!!! Where did you get your clips? My favorite ones were silver ones at Target which were basically the same price as the gold ones at Office Depot or Office Max but had a longer drop on the actual clip part which made it more functional I thought (and sturdier b/c I could move the paper stuff down a bit without interfering with its functionality)!
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Old 06-16-2008, 12:04 PM   #837
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Kerry you did an outstanding job on your display and I love all your projects! I checked them out on your blog and left you a comment Thanks for sharing all your wonderful items!
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Great job Kerry!!!!!!!!
Glad you did so well
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This may have already been mentions. I haven't read the whole thread. Does anyone know where I can get the metal nugget tins? Thanks!
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This may have already been mentions. I haven't read the whole thread. Does anyone know where I can get the metal nugget tins? Thanks!
papertreyink.com is the only place I've been able to find them.
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