Archive for the ‘Craft Fair Items’ Category

Happy Tuesday!

I’m addicted to the Festive Flurry bundle and the Gift Bow Die!  Just can’t help it!

These boxes are from the main catalog, they are very sturdy and great if you give out cookies or fudge. I would use wax paper so it doesn’t stain the inside of the box and the recipient can reuse it.

I stamped the boxes with the snow flake from Festive Flurry with the white Stazon. It dries faster than I thought and is a great affect.







Festive Flurry bundle

Give Bow Sizzix Die

Foil Sheets

Frosted Finishes

Silver 1/8″ ribbon

Winter Frost DSP

Mosaic Madness bundle

Chalk Talk Frame Lits

Ink: Smokey Slate, Island Indigo, Pool Party, White Stazon


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OK, some people were having problems on the link, my bad!

Here’s the best to view all pics!



Again, sorry for duplicates and no captions.

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Ornament Keepsakes

Here’s my version of the Ornament Keepsake that can be found on page 3 of the Holiday Catalog.  I used Marina Mist  for the ink.

At first I thought this was going to take for ever to do, but it was actually fun and I got a lot of exercise using my Big Shot! It really is easy and I think I might need to make more to decorate my house this year 🙂


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Free Tutorial!

I have a quick and easy Tutorial of my small legal pads I sell at my craft fairs. One of my customers bought some for her childrens’ teachers and the teachers want to know how to make them.

So here’s a tutorial for anyone who wants it, especially for all you teachers out there, they make great gifts, and they are fast and easy to do!

This isn’t the best picture of it, but you can get the idea. If you do use the tutorial, please leave me a comment or a link to your creation! Enjoy!


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At my downline meeting last month, one of my team members told me that she made magnetic book marks at the fairs she had done.  She put ribbons on the tops of hers, but I decided to make mine a little different.  They are SUPER simple and work up faster than any other thing I make.  The base piece is 8 x 2. Score at 4 and fold over. Place a piece of DSP on the front, ( 3 -3/4 x 1 3/4) and decorate any way you like!  The magnets I used are those credit card magnets you can get any office supply store. I cut them and put on the inside of the bookmark. They are the least bulkiest magnets I could find and they are self adhesive  In theh first picture below, I made a small comp book to go with the bookmark.  That’s actually a tip I have for all you craft fair gals.  Make a lot of inexpensive items that match and people will buy 1 of each as a bigger gift! Also, did you notice the ink stains on my fingers in the last picture? Sign of a true stamper!




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Just a few more craft fair items. Post it note holder and another design of a calendar.

More to come!

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Post it Note holders & a cute little frame for a baby.  I’m a little disappointed SU doesn’t have any baby DSP this year. I’ll have to use last years paper for these projects.

New owl from the Owl Occasions stamp set in the Holiday Mini.

Love the new Dots DSP!!!

My baby is too old for this cute frame 😦

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I’m starting to get some new ideas for craft fair items for the fall.  I did calendars last year that did just ok, so I thought I would do something a little different.  I took one of my favorite card designs and turned it into this cute little desk calendar!

You can order the calendars at Stamp On This.

Just take one of your favorite designs and turn it into a calendar like this!


2 – 4 x 4 chipboard coasters

Card Stock: Pacific Point, Real Red, Pear Pizzaz, DSP Celebrations

Tools:  Bind It All Machine, Dots embossing folder

Accessories: Large white brads, Pear Pizzaz ribbon, Whisper White grossgrain ribbon.

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