Skinny Notepads and Finished Bookmarks
Here are some updated photos for products I’m selling at the craft fair.
The skinny notepads are the legal sized tablets I had cut down. I then scored a 12 x 12 piece of paper, rounded all the corners, then adhered the notepad to the inside and tied a ribbon around it to hold the pen with each. I thought $3 dollars was fair for these.
Tried to use a range of colors.
Here is a view of the inside of the notepad
Here is an updated photo of the finished book marks.
I’ve laminated them, punched a slot in the top, and then tied a coordinating ribbon to the top of each one.
I’ve looked online for thoughts on what to sell them for. I’ve seen some people sell these for 1 or 2 dollars.
I think I’m fairly done with the paper products. Next, with 2 weeks left, I’m going to focus on making some fabric keychains.
Here is the one I made from homespun fabric.
March 14, 2011 @ 6:36 PM
These are terrific!! I notice the DCWV “Citrus” paper! I just picked this up and love it!
Love the fabric keychains too! How great!!
March 15, 2011 @ 7:02 AM
Thanks Maria! The Citrus is especially my favorite. The colors are so bright and cheery. Thanks too for the compliment with the fabric keychains. I was hoping they would go at the craft fair over the weekend. Unfortunately I got sick so wasn’t able to attend…my husband took the stuff there and I only managed to sell 16 bookmarks! Oh well…Thanks for visiting and commenting!