It’s Your Turn!

Scroll down for craft fair tips & projects.  Newest posts are below.  This post will remain at the top until September 12, 2010.

I have added some additional photos & videos to the posts to answer some of the most frequently asked questions.  Be sure to check out the Holiday Planner video.

Over the last 2 weeks, I have shared tips & projects for craft shows. Now it’s your turn.

Many of you have told me that you are preparing for upcoming shows, so share your craft fair project ideas using the Mr. Linky tool below between now and midnight on September 12th.  As a bonus, I will select up to 5 creative winners (1 winner for every 20 ideas submitted).  Each winner will receive her choice of Holiday Mini bling: black flourish designer jewels, glass glitter, or glimmer brads.

 

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Winners will be announced on my blog on Wednesday, September 15th and the projects will be featured on my blog. 
This is your opportunity to share with other demonstrators, just as I have with you. 

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5 COMMENTS

  1. AOK | 4th Sep 10

    Thank you so much for the wonderful tutorials and video. I am preparing for a charity craft fair at Christmas and your ideas are brilliant. I found your blog via Splitcoaststampers.
    AOK, Ireland

  2. Andrea M | 6th Sep 10

    Thanks for all of your tips! I would love to see more of your items you sell at your craft fair and their pricing – especially in the $15-$20, and the $1-$5 range!

  3. Andrea M | 6th Sep 10

    Thanks for all of your tips! I would love to see more of your items you sell at your craft fair and their pricing – especially in the $15-$20, and the $1-$5 range!

  4. TxJennyWren | 14th Sep 10

    Is it too late to comment? I hope not!! I made cards up with some things on them like backgrounds. Then I have little kids use their thumbprints and fingerprints and I place them strategically on the card and them make them into birds on the tree, flowers in the garden, etc. The kids and parents love this and it is personalized. $2.50 is a reasonable price to do this.

  5. TxJennyWren | 14th Sep 10

    Is it too late to comment? I hope not!! I made cards up with some things on them like backgrounds. Then I have little kids use their thumbprints and fingerprints and I place them strategically on the card and them make them into birds on the tree, flowers in the garden, etc. The kids and parents love this and it is personalized. $2.50 is a reasonable price to do this.

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