Saturday, September 27, 2008

What I sold at Marge's Pumpkin Patch. Anybody want to know?

This is the Spooky Spider jar I made to show everyone our Decor Elements.I ended up selling it to a lady for $30 including the goodies inside. The spider was so easy to put on and what an eye catcher it was!

Chipboard coaster memo pads. Sold 3 @ $2.00 each

9 Felt Flower pens @ $1.00
3 Greeting cards @ $1.00
3 Small decorated glass jars @ $2.00
1 Mini scrapbook @ $5.00
4 Kid Cards Kits @ $3.00
14 Test Tubes @ $2.00
22 Owl's head treat bags @$1.00
2 Mini comp books @$2.00
2 Mini comp books w/matching pens @$3.00
It was a beautiful day! Lots of stuff for the kids to do. Lunch was served for a free will donation, which this year went to the local flood victims. Marge always picks something or someone different to give the money too. She is a very nice lady, along with her whole crew, put on a great family filled day. Ok, I'm done yapping! I've got to get off here and order another spider!

Twila

23 comments:

Lisa Page said...

What cute ideas on craft fair items! Congrats on selling all that stuff! I really like the test tubes and the kid's coloring sets. I'm gonna have to take another look at my Oriental Trading magazine that I received not too long ago. Those test tubes have inspired me!

Anonymous said...

Loved the Spidey jar. Soooo cute. Shannon B.

jazzystamper said...

Great that you sold all that stuff. Love the little clip boards.

Carrie said...

Congrats of selling some stuff! I've been wanting to try to sell for quite a while now. I'm trying to get into our local Farmer's Market.

Jan said...

Good job on the pumpkin patch! And I am so happy to know where I can get the little test tubes without having to order cases of them! Jan

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Mindy Ussery said...

Wow! You made a lot of cool stuff for the craft fair. Love the little chipboard coasters.

Shannon said...

Way cool! You did nicely! I feel those creative juices welling up! Thanks for the inspiration...I think I will do something like this too!

Beedubya said...

Those chipboard post it holders are cool!

Diane said...

Great items and great prices, too! Its fun to make all this and I never know where to sell it...guess next year I will have to sign up for a craft show, this stuff is so addicting...cute ideas!
thanks for sharing!!!

daiseyfreak said...

wow congrats!

Kirsten said...

That is cool that you were sucessful at the punpkin patch. The crafts you came up with were cute.

June said...

Congratulations on a very successful event! You've done alot of great projects, and I'm so happy for you!!

Cris A said...

Nice job. Makes all the work worth it, doesn't it! :)

Jan said...

You did GREAT! I love all the crafts you made and sold, especially the candy jar!

Butternut Sage Designs said...

oh wow these look great! Thanks for sharing...lovin' your blog :) Donna

Rachel said...

Great job on all of the items! So cute!! I'm glad to hear that "Spidey" was easy to put on the jar -- I've been a little hesitant about trying it.

Stephanie said...

the clipboards are cute! I want to make some for gifts this year and to help** organize our home!!

tai said...

This items are really cute.

Thanks for sharing.

Tai

SU SCS Blogger Grp #4

Jen said...

Your clipboards are wonderful! Good for you for selling your Spooky jar too!

Eileen said...

Love the jar and the clipboards! Great job. TFS~~

Kat said...

These post-it holders are really cute.

TiStampsUp said...

Sounds like you did a really great job!

Shellie G. said...

Looks like you did well at the pumpkin patch. I'm looking forward to trying the test tubes one day. I'm also going. to have to try the post-it clipboards. Very cute stuff!