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Old 01-16-2009, 03:39 PM   #1681
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Can someone tell me the best place to find the pens to alter? I see all kinds of "beaded pens" or "Glittered pens" but where do you find the pens? I appreciate any help!
here's a link with all the directions - http://emilygiovanni.com/?p=89
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need pricing help...making very cute moose, frog and lips chocolate lollipops with stamped tags on them (this 'moose' be love...etc.) and I'm wondering what the going price is now - haven't done this in several years - know I won't get paid for my time, but is $2.00 each too much?? - if I can ever figure out how to post photos of my work, I'll post a few - thanx so much, carole
PS - I live in new england...would that affect pricing?
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That sounds fair to me.And I have the same problem,I can't figure out how to put samples of my work on the computer either.
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Do you have a digital camera? If so, take a picture of your creation. If you don't know how to hook your camera up to the computer, try buying a card reader that fits your memory card. The reader plugs into the computer USB port, and the your memory card goes into the reader. You should be able to figure it out from there.
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Has anyone had much luck selling at craft fairs during the spring? It seems most take place in the fall on through the Xmas holidays...I have an opprotunity to sell papercrafts at one at the end of April, with a $25.00 table fee. Would it be worth it? It would be after Easter, so any ideas on what I could sell??? I have thought of altered journals & matching pens, notecard sets...Any Mother's Day ideas (or any other advice) would be appreciated...TIA!
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I was going to say Mother's Day.....and Father's Day in June....but also graduation. I get a lot of searches on my blog looking for graduation, I don't know why. Also maybe teacher gifts for end of school. Good luck, the thing about craft fairs is you never know!
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Has anyone had much luck selling at craft fairs during the spring? It seems most take place in the fall on through the Xmas holidays...I have an opprotunity to sell papercrafts at one at the end of April, with a $25.00 table fee. Would it be worth it? It would be after Easter, so any ideas on what I could sell??? I have thought of altered journals & matching pens, notecard sets...Any Mother's Day ideas (or any other advice) would be appreciated...TIA!



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I am with Karen on this one graduation, end of school year things would be nice. I have mentioned it before somewhere in this thread , can't remember where though, while we were stationed overseas in Japan there was a craft fair (well, they called it Marketday) once a month and there were people there selling altered notecubes for teacher gifts, journals and pens are always good. Maybe some "Thank You" cards for teachers. How about "From the desk of" cards for teachers? I made some for my DD teacher for Christmas and she said, that it was a very thoughtful gift. Bookmarks would be nice, the kids are getting closer of getting out of school and are always encouraged to read a lot over the, and if any one is like my DD who reads a lot of books and constantly looses her bookmarks, that would be a welcoming
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Hi Carla:

This is Aunt Phyllis. Love this website and am on it about every day. I'll be watching for you. I don't have a blog or anything. Too busy with working and Christine will graduate in a couple of months so I'll be done with school things.

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Has anyone had much luck selling at craft fairs during the spring? It seems most take place in the fall on through the Xmas holidays...I have an opprotunity to sell papercrafts at one at the end of April, with a $25.00 table fee. Would it be worth it? It would be after Easter, so any ideas on what I could sell??? I have thought of altered journals & matching pens, notecard sets...Any Mother's Day ideas (or any other advice) would be appreciated...TIA!
I actually help put one on in our small town the first part of May. It is a craft and trade fair. Once we set up, I put my stuff in on a couple tables. I have had good luck in the past couple years. I do graduation, mother's day, father's day, golfing, fishing, new babies, and just general stuff to be used for birthdays.
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I'm also looking for ideas for spring craft fairs, but don't expect too much in sales - even when the economy was good, spring is a tough sell - I have found that my homemade tags (that have puns, funny sayings, etc.) put on my homemade chocolate really sell at our hospital gift shop - that surprised me - always looking for silly puns and sayings - anyone have a favorite site for this??
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Thank you for your input ladies. Everyone on Splitcoast is so helpful and willing to share! I have a week to think about it before I have to turn in my app fee for the spring fair. Yes, as always the economy has me second guessing everything I do...
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Just wondering how did you go about getting to sell items at your hospital gift shop. I would love to do that and just wondering how I would go about it.

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You just have to speak to whoever does there ordering,or whomever is in charge.Good Luck
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in our hospital, all I had to do is speak with the buyer and show her examples of my work - the hospital makes ten percent of all sales and I got a chance to have a one-day show before christmas - I made about 500.00 - they liked my stuff so much, we are planning an easter table and I'm making cards which they are selling year round - this is a great way to start as one patient saw my work and wants me to supply her flower shop also - with this type of selling, you either get a check once a month or sell wholesale and the shop marks it up - will never get rich, but I sell enough to buy most of the groceries and put gas in my truck and that's OK with me
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Wonderful.. thank you so much for the help.
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Besides cards what types of things did you sell?Do you have pictures of your setup?It sounds like fun!
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Besides cards what types of things did you sell?Do you have pictures of your setup?It sounds like fun!
If you go back to the beginning of this thread, you will get lots of ideas. In some instances, people have linked photos of their spreads.
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Hi ladies!!! I was just wondering if anyone has ever sold sour cream containers? One of my co-workers asked me to think of ideas for party favors for her daughter's 16th birthday, which is going to be a luau. I made a few things (pillow box [the Sizzix Bigz die] tied shut with ribbon, top note purse, and the sour cream container)... and the sour cream container she liked the most based on size and how it is closed shut. She is asking me for prices, and I have NO CLUE where to even start... One other thing I have to consider is that she is planning on buying the goodies to put inside of the box. Any ideas on how much to charge for the sour cream container or pillow box? (She wants 70 total, and I would have until June sometime to prepare them.) Thank you in advance!!!
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this is a great thread, i never knew how to make coasters before... thanks for sharing everyone!
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Need some suggestions for pricing. I have clipboards, calendars, post it notes and pens. I was thinking of selling them as set and then offering individual prices just in case. I have pictures in my gallery. What would you suggest?
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I like your set! What about $10 for the set?
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Thanks...I actually had some time to do some research later and came up with the same price. Thanks again for the help
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I live in chester UK. I work in a "gift" shop. We sell a lot of toiletries,cooking herbs, confectionery etc. We also make up gift sets of all sizes and price ranges from our stock. they start from a few trial size toiletries,chocs etc in a cello bag tied with a ribbon to the full monty gift basket.The one thing which has been drummed into us by head office is not to give the custommer too much choice.Things have to be displayed "en masse", and it works.If you're doing xmas "sets"of anything,make them all the same.Make your post it note holders in no more than 2 designs and display those designs separately.Don't give your customers the chance to dither about which design to buy ,they will more often than not wander off confused.In all it works better to have three baskets of three different designs than one basket with a mix of three designs,people love to have choice but when faced with it,they often can't choose.
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Thank you for this good advice! Now that you mention it, I realize I'm like that. If I have several choices, I usually hem-haw around and mull over it until I get exasperated and walk away. I will have to remember that when doing craft shows.
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Good advise!!!! Will remember and use at my fall sales!!!
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I don't do craft shows anymore but I just posted some hairbows on my blog that would be cute to offer at fall craft shows when high school football fever is in full swing. The colors could be changed to match the local high school teams. Check them out if you get a chance.
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Have started gathering stuff for fall craft sales,got large paper clips at Wallmart and some RSVP pens too. Am working on a "sports theamed" calendar for guys,havent worked out all the kinks yet. I will cut paper this week and stamp things that I color at ball practice,...that will start soon!!!
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I know this has been asked here before, but I don't have time to read through the whole thread. I am looking to sell cards -a mixture not all the same that I have made extra when swapping. I am wondering what the best way to sell them is? If I want to package them up-say 5 in a cello bag, what is the best way to do this if they are all different cards?
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For those of you that have done craft shows I have a question. I am doing my first craft show this weekend and was wondering if I have made enough things. I am doing about 20 of
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The show is from 10 - 3 on Saturday only with 38 vendors will 20 each of these items be enough? I don't want to sell completly out in the first hour but really just don't know what to expect. Also we are in a small town 30,000 people (if that matters)

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