Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Open House Holiday Shopping/ SU Starter Kit special

This is the left side of my table.

These corner bookmarks were the hottest item of the day. Add them to a great book and it makes a nice gift for that person on your list that loves to read.

Stamped on candles are always a great seller. I also made some paper flowers and added to candles.

Caramels for your apples, make a great teacher gift.

These snowmen are Jiffy pop popcorn attached to a bottle of soda. Add a gift card to Blockbuster or one your choice and it makes a wonderful family gift for a family movie night at home. Perfect for the cold winter nights ahead.

Rudolph's spares.... cute is all I have to say.

Here is the whole display. I had a great time on Sunday at Dawn's house. I spent about 2 weeks straight creating all my crafts to sell. If you missed it, I will be doing another Shopping event on December 4th in Nazareth. Let me know if you need the details.


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Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Vendor Fair, Open House, Christmas gifts... oh my

Here is a sneak peak of one the projects I've been working on. These will make great gifts for co-workers, bus driver, teachers, babysitters, etc. Cute little poem with a tea bag. I made these using the Garden Gala DSP and coordinating card stocks. I also used the new thin Marina Mist ribbon and topped the flowers off with some crystal effects and glass beads. Enjoy. I haven't posted in a long time, but keep an eye out for some more updates of my craft fair goodies.

Snow Man Soup.... I got this idea from someone's blog and I apologize I didn't write it down, but I LOVED this idea. I used our new SU! Fabric - Candy Cane Lane to cover the lid of a Starbucks Frappecino bottle and tied it with a scrap of fabric and made the little tag with the matching Designer Series Paper and stamped and colored the little snowman and then I used our SU circle and scallop circle punches to cut it out and attached it to complete my cute little gift. I hope you like them. Let me know your feedback. Are they going to be good sellers at my upcoming events?