I had "kits" for sale-- stamps, ink, paper, envelopes-- based on some baby announcements I made and the make-n-take kits SU offered. Didn't sell any, but had some people interested after looking at them! Three ladies took my card promising to call back with an order.
At the bottom-- color-me catd kits containing 4 cards (w/stamped layer, black mat, stamped card), pack of 4 crayons, and glue stick. Priced at $5, sold 1 of 8 made
Date: Tuesday, November 7, 2006 GMT Views: 1279
Registered: July 30, 2005 Location: Kansas Posts: 1043
Wed, Nov 08, 2006 @ 7:20 PM
I think we have to be careful that we either go as a demonstrator promoting our business or as a vendor who is selling items, but we aren't allowed to do both because of policy. I hope you get those other contacts to call and book, though.
Registered: July 19, 2004 Location: Texas Posts: 12505
Wed, Nov 08, 2006 @ 7:46 PM
According to the Angel Policy, paragraph 4:
You may sell your craftworks at community fundraisers, seasonal boutiques, bazaars or other temporary craft events. Hand-stamped items may be sold at nonhostess demonstrator events and at a demonstrator's booth at a temporary commercial event.
This is new policy this year, changed with the new manual in July. :) Thanks for your concern!