Sunday, November 11, 2012

A few craft fair items...

I have done a few craft fairs this past month and just wanted to post a few pictures to show some of the items I have been making...for some reason I haven't taken pictures of everything (I know...such a slacker!!!) but I do have a picture of my table from one of the fairs. These were from a Fall Festival at an elementary school. I didn't sell a whole lot but I talked with quite a few potential customers and enjoyed watching the kids play the games. The only problem was that they set me up right next to the balloon popping booth...let me tell you-after the first hour my nerves were shot from the constant popping!!!! LOL

Here is my table set up, it was too cluttered for what I normally like but I was in a hurry and forgot my other table.
The next picture is of some of the Post-it Note Holders I made using 4x6 acrylic frames from the dollar store.

The next are a few of the Altered Comp. books with matching RSVP pens. I didn't go all out on decorating because I was running out of time.

These, for reasons I cannot explain were my best sellers at both of the fairs I have done so far...Mustaches (either on a stick or with holes punched in them to slide over a sucker). I expected them to do well at the school because of the kids...but in all honesty-the adults bought more of them then the kids!

Here is the cutest couple modeling the sucker 'staches! Aren't they adorable (I don't know the couple...they were just so much fun and such great sports-I think I sold so many of them because of these two!)

Some of the other items that I made were covered peppermint patties, covered Hershey Nuggets in a decorated package, mini purses with chapstick in them and some other misc. items.
Most all of the items were done using the amazingly awesome CTMH Cricut Artiste Cartridge and of course the fun papers and embellishments we offer! Thanks for looking and be sure to check out my website if you are looking for some great products to make your craft/home decor projects with. Also, if you have any questions on how to make any of these items-just ask and I will be more than happy to help!