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Old 09-14-2006, 05:17 PM   #1  
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Default craft show people, what would you like to see

in a basket with the theme Wild Animals???

Our school is having a fall festival in a few weeks and each parent is supposed to donate an item for a basket to be raffled off.

My oldest DD 's basket is wild animals. I thought about donating 8 cards made from the In the Wid set plus an In the Wild inspiration sheet. Then maybe also a acrylic post it note holder or a lunch tin using the In the Wild set...

Would any of you like something like that? Would you bid on it? Should I include a stamp set as well? I"m a little reluctant to add the stamp set because i have another DD who I'll have to be doing something for too and that's getting a little above what I want to donate, ykwim? There's going to be who knows who bidding on this basket and they may or may not be stampers and wouldn't really appreciate a stamp set. Plus I don't know what else is going in this basket and a stamp set may just be completely out of line.

i thought that maybe I'd do a certificate for a card class for the winner of the basket and 4 friends. Is that too cheesy? That way if they're interested in stamping - then I'll have something for them - maybe make a new contact. If they could care less about it, then I'm not out anything.

thanks for your input!!
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I think a set of note cards with the theme is a good idea. People love that stuff. I gave a nice set of note cards to my DDs bus driver and she LOVED them. I'd keep it as cheap as possible.
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I agree, the note cards are a great idea. The acylic post it note holder is too. A few other cheap ideas might be a covered note pad, comp book, or mini comp book. I wouldn't go to the expense of the stamp set either. Good luck.
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