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Unusual Christmas crafts for shows

Posted by garciamom (My Page) on
Tue, Nov 11, 08 at 22:32

Hi, I just found this site and thought I would share a couple of items I do really well with at craft shows. One thing, I take a metal pie pan and use it for the basis of my gift baskets. I use Boyds bears and other collectibles in them and tie it all up with big ribbons. The pie tins turn out nice and are cheap and sturdy. I also take windchimes and incorporate them into my holiday wreaths. They sound so nice when the door is opened. I get a lot of my items from bargincreek.com They are giving 50% off everything right now when you use the discount code: santa
I've only been doing craft shows for a year. This is my first Christmas season but these two items started selling this summer and keep doing better. This is such an exciting time. I hope everyone else has a wonderful season.


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RE: Unusual Christmas crafts for shows

Would you share a pic of your baskets and other crafts? Thanks


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RE: Unusual Christmas crafts for shows

They sure sound like really nice gifts, I would love to see the pics of them.. I am always looking for new crafts to make.. I would love to see the Teddybear one, I think I can figure the wreath with the windchime out.. but the bear one I would like to see ..thanks in advance
huggy


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RE: Unusual Christmas crafts for shows

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