Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Almost caught up!

What a busy two weeks it has been for me, but I'm starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel. I have only a few more things that I need to work on for the craft sale and then I should be back to normal card making. Here's a bunch of photos of everything I've made so far. I won't list the recipes for these since it would take me forever but if you need some info, please ask and I'll do my best to answer your questions.

The first project you see is called Christmas Fudge. It's basically a chocolate bar wrapped in DSP and a poem added about how life was too busy so this year's homemade fudge is a chocolate bar,.

I found these adorable money savers at the dollar store and I think they look so cute with the DSP. I think these would even make great baby piggy banks for those mothers that like to scrapbook...

These next two photos are of some composition books that I've altered. In these pics I have the super small & medium, but I did also make some bigger ones too.


I love these Reindeer poops, so cute. I made a bunch of these so I really hope they sell well. They'll only be a dollar so I think they should.

I have absolutely fallen in love with post it note holders. I have one on my fridge and I'm always grabbing for it. I made over a dozen of these, if everyone finds them as useful as I do, I should sell out.

Next we have some simple peppermint patties. I have no idea if they'll be popular but I'll sell them for cheap and see what happens.

And last but not least, my Snowman soup in a mug. I've heard these are big sellers so I made a dozen and now I've got my fingers crossed.

Well, that's all I've got for pictures, I'll take lots of pictures of the sale this weekend and post them as soon as I can. My hubby and I are going on a mini vacation after this is over so it I won't be posting until the middle of next week, but it'll be full of pictures from the craft sale.

Wish me luck and thanks for stopping by!

3 comments:

Maile said...

How much are you selling your cards for? If you don't mind me asking?

Tina said...

Hi, thanks for your question. I was thinking that I would sell them for $3 per card and offer some sort of special if someone buys more, maybe "buy 5 get one free".

I know some of them took me more time and those I might consider charging $3.50 per card.

Have a great day!

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