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Old 09-21-2009, 11:26 AM   #2201
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I've been reading all the other forums I can find about craft show tips, since I haven't done one before.

I decided to make little bags to go with purchases. They were inexpensive to make, and I think they turned out pretty cute. I know people really like to get "freebies." You can look at them in my gallery.

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Thanks, Ellie. I don't have an Etsy shop, but I also like to cruise around there. It's hard to find things in the forums sometimes, so thank you for sharing this great blog.
You're welcome! There is a ton of info on Etsy, a bit overwhelming!
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Okay, I know the info is here somewhere, but my eyes are bugging from trying to find it....
1. the scrabble pendants...you're just gluing paper to the tile then sealing it with?????
2. what size bails (small, med or large)???
3. what size/type magnets do you use for the little tiles and glass beads ( I tried the adhesive sheets cut up, but they didn't hold well)
4. which tag punch are you guys using to make the nugget tents???

any and all answers greatly appreciated. THANKS!
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Okay, I know the info is here somewhere, but my eyes are bugging from trying to find it....
1. the scrabble pendants...you're just gluing paper to the tile then sealing it with?????
2. what size bails (small, med or large)???
3. what size/type magnets do you use for the little tiles and glass beads ( I tried the adhesive sheets cut up, but they didn't hold well)
4. which tag punch are you guys using to make the nugget tents???

any and all answers greatly appreciated. THANKS!
I can answer #1 & #2:
#1) You can seal it with Crystal Effects or Diamond Glaze. On my blog I discussed why I decided to switch to a waterproof epoxy resin (I use Colores Doming Resin). Keyword "jewelry" I believe. The nontoxic Diamond Glaze etc. are water-resistant but not waterproof...with a lot of wear, it can get cloudy & dull. Still, it's the glaze of choice for most because it's nontoxic, easy & cheaper to use. Oh, & you also don't have to pre-seal the paper like with resin.

#2) I use either small or medium. The most common bail is the Aanraku bail. I like the width/look of the small bail better but it won't fit some chains...so it just depends on what kind of chain you want to use.
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Okay, I know the info is here somewhere, but my eyes are bugging from trying to find it....
1. the scrabble pendants...you're just gluing paper to the tile then sealing it with?????
2. what size bails (small, med or large)???
3. what size/type magnets do you use for the little tiles and glass beads ( I tried the adhesive sheets cut up, but they didn't hold well)
4. which tag punch are you guys using to make the nugget tents???

any and all answers greatly appreciated. THANKS!
....and a followup question: How do you secure the bail to the tile?
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....and a followup question: How do you secure the bail to the tile?
E6000 Glue...can be found at the major craft stores.
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I have asked this question on a couple of other threads so, I appologize for the repeat. I am wondering if anyone has a template for a Frappuccino carrier (for 2 or 4 bottles)? I have been buying the bottles single for awhile (when they are on sale at the Grocery store) and was just wondering if anyone had tried to make their own carrier? Of course, I will have to use some lt. weight chipboard before I cover with DP.

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E6000 Glue...can be found at the major craft stores.
And I learned the hard way that you need just a TEENY amount of E6000 to attach the bail. Its strong stuff. I use a toothpick to pick up a small dot of glue and apply it that way...

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Any of you ladies working on post it note holders? I thought I would make some to display with the bookmarks and checkbook covers I have done. Made 6 today. Do they sell and for what price? Just wondering if I should do more?
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Any of you ladies working on post it note holders? I thought I would make some to display with the bookmarks and checkbook covers I have done. Made 6 today. Do they sell and for what price? Just wondering if I should do more?
I made 12 post-it holders with matching mini pens, so I hope they sell.

I made the ones that look like a little book, not the acrylic picture frame kind. Mine were inspired by this tutorial:

http://dawnsstampingthoughts.typepad...-updated-.html

I have a festival on October 3, so will let you know how they do. I'm planning on charging $4 for them. Just the post-it notes and pens alone were kind of pricey. And we all know we don't count our time.
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Great post-it note holders! They are on my list to make but haven't started them yet! My problem is that I want to make way too many different things for craft fairs. Since I love to create with paper/ink and also fabric, I sometimes don't know where to start!

May all of you have great success at craft fairs this year - my first one is coming up in 2 weeks!

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I have asked this question on a couple of other threads so, I appologize for the repeat. I am wondering if anyone has a template for a Frappuccino carrier (for 2 or 4 bottles)? I have been buying the bottles single for awhile (when they are on sale at the Grocery store) and was just wondering if anyone had tried to make their own carrier? Of course, I will have to use some lt. weight chipboard before I cover with DP.

Would appreciate any help you can give! Thanks in advance!!
I got an answer to my question....I will be making a tutorial for a 2 bottle one very soon. You will be able to see it on my blog when I am finished....if you are interested.
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Good Luck on Oct 3 Bugga! My post it note holders are just the decorated covers. Anyone just selling the ones without the pens? They are decorated with a ribbon, approx 21/2 inch diameter flower and 1/2 inch diameter matching brad thru the center of the flower on the front cover and inside cover stamped with a potted flower. Color combo is orange and yellow. I have no clue how much to charge.
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Good Luck on Oct 3 Bugga! My post it note holders are just the decorated covers. Anyone just selling the ones without the pens? They are decorated with a ribbon, approx 21/2 inch diameter flower and 1/2 inch diameter matching brad thru the center of the flower on the front cover and inside cover stamped with a potted flower. Color combo is orange and yellow. I have no clue how much to charge.
Thanks for the encouragement! Making the things has been fun, but pricing them is hard, I think. I'm still struggling with what to charge for some of the stuff.
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Good Luck on Oct 3 Bugga! My post it note holders are just the decorated covers. Anyone just selling the ones without the pens? They are decorated with a ribbon, approx 21/2 inch diameter flower and 1/2 inch diameter matching brad thru the center of the flower on the front cover and inside cover stamped with a potted flower. Color combo is orange and yellow. I have no clue how much to charge.
Don't know if this will help or not, but I sell my PIN holders for $4.00 in my area with no problems. But mine are made with coasters and my bind it all. No matching pen.

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Any of you ladies working on post it note holders? I thought I would make some to display with the bookmarks and checkbook covers I have done. Made 6 today. Do they sell and for what price? Just wondering if I should do more?
Yes, I make them with coasters covered in DSP and mini pens I get from the Target See Spot Save zone whenever them have them there. I will upload to my gallery and link when it is approved. I sell them for $4. Themes sell best for me [Teacher, sports team colors, etc]. I have sold a few at the craft shows but have done even better when doing them for bulk special orders.
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Good morning ladies!

Has anyone sold the Peppermint Patty Spiders? If so, how much are you selling them for?

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hi all, I would like to try my hand at making the scrabble tile pendants. Any idea where I might find the bails? Thanks in advanced.
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hi all, I would like to try my hand at making the scrabble tile pendants. Any idea where I might find the bails? Thanks in advanced.
I have a gal I use on etsy. Her name is Cindy and her shop is littlebluebirdstudios (all one word). I use the small bails on my scrabble tiles and buy ball chains from her as well. She has great prices and ships super fast!
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Yes, I make them with coasters covered in DSP and mini pens I get from the Target See Spot Save zone whenever them have them there. I will upload to my gallery and link when it is approved. I sell them for $4. Themes sell best for me [Teacher, sports team colors, etc]. I have sold a few at the craft shows but have done even better when doing them for bulk special orders.
Hope that helps!
Your tile coasters are very pretty!
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I make little clippy board post it note holders using coasters (I cover front and back with dsp), and decorate a binder clip to match the coaster and then make it magnetic. I sell them for $3 and do well with them. Sam's Club is the best place to get binder clips. I have to order them online to get the size I want, but the price is super cheap compared to Staples or Office Max and includes the shipping.

Mini-albums sold well for me last year as well. I just finished one today and posted it on my blog. I am hoping to get $30 for it.
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I made 12 post-it holders with matching mini pens, so I hope they sell.

I made the ones that look like a little book, not the acrylic picture frame kind. Mine were inspired by this tutorial:

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I have a festival on October 3, so will let you know how they do. I'm planning on charging $4 for them. Just the post-it notes and pens alone were kind of pricey. And we all know we don't count our time.
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I found another tutorial for tile coasters here:
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hi everyone - well, it's getting to 'crunch' time here - my first show is columbus day weekend (2 shows actually) - every day when I get home, I feel compelled to make 'something' (sometimes I do, often not) - question here is 'how many of each item'??
I don't worry too much about cards as I have a nice inventory, but post-it note holders (several styles), coasters (both single and sets), mini albums, CD holders (shown in my gallery, many themed), clipboards and, last but not least, 'poop' !!!
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PS - Bugga, don't forget to tell us how you did this weekend !!
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I just had 2 craft shows this past weekend and I sold the Peppermint Patty spiders... I didn't have many (ran out of googly eyes) but I sold out of them the first day... I had probably 12 of them and sold them for $.50.
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remember, if you have 'leftovers' after the fair, just gift them! LOL save yourself some money on Christmas Gifts.
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Definitely using any leftovers for gifts! I have a ton of post it's and some coasters so I may try to make a few holders real quick. Right now I am concentrating on non-Christmas theme items and then after mid-October I will start making nugget boxes and other Christmas things like the "homemade Christmas fudge" candy bars. Those did really well for me last year.
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Here are two more items for my Craft Fair in November.

I'm a big dog and cat person, and I hope lots of "us" come to the fair and buy these little Christmas Doggie and Kitty Treats:

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Thanks. I'm pleased with how they turned out.

I started thinking I would charge $2, but then thought again and went up to $3. The treats cost money, I stamped and colored, and they have an eyelet at the top and a "jewel," too, lol.

I will test the waters for these at the art festival this Saturday. It is in a very nice part of town, with $300,000 - $500,000 houses, so maybe these folks will have some disposable income.
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Good luck! I'd pay $3 for the treats. They are super cute.
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Aww, thanks. This is the first show I've ever done, and I need all the encouragement I can get.
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what are you guys using to make the legs on the spiders??
I've used the SU corner punch, both sizes for each leg. Here is a link to the one's I made last year:
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I've used the SU corner punch, both sizes for each leg. Here is a link to the one's I made last year:
http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/ga...&ppuser=170439
Oh these are cute! I have a french fry box fro sizzix, umm now I have even more ideas!

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Old 10-01-2009, 12:25 PM   #2238
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Oh these are cute! I have a french fry box fro sizzix, umm now I have even more ideas!

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THANKS Loretta! Here is the link to the one I used last year, it prints out two fry boxes on one sheet of 8.5x11" of paper:
Qbee's Fries Box Template
VERY easy to make and so cute too, can be used for many different holidays!
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Old 10-01-2009, 01:48 PM   #2239
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Sorry, gals, another pricing question.

How about nugget boxes? nice Christmas cardstock, embellished with a jewel and fancy bow, holds 3 nuggets.

I'm pricing those cute little nugget purses with 1 nugget at $1. So would $3 be too much for the 3-nugget box?
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Bugga I am just like you when it comes to pricing. I love to make everything but having a terrible time deciding on what prices to charge. I have never made nugget purses or boxes so I haven't a clue to pricing them. Still haven't priced most of my items. Sometimes I make several signs with the prices I am considering and decide at the last minute which one to use.
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