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Tuesday, May 10, 2011

New Cards

Here are a few more new cards that I have been working on. I am trying to get a decent collection going because when I get back stateside I want to be able to sell cards and a bunch of other things at bazaars. I am only working on cards while over here, as they are easy to box up. Anything else that I might make such as glass etching, tiles, gift boxes, bags, and framed photos might get damaged in the process of moving. Would you buy any of these? And if so how much would you be willing to pay? I have started to make duplicates of the cards I have been working on.



The heart is a file from Designs By Chris.


All the cuts are from the Silhouette Studio store. The stamp is from My Pink Stamper.



The cut is from the Silhouette Studio Store. The center beaded flower is from Prima.



The cut is from the Silhouette Studio Store. The stamp is from My Pink Stamper.



All the cuts are from the Silhouette Studio Store. The stamp is from My Pink Stamper.


The cut is from the Silhouette Studio Store and the stamp is from My Pink Stamper. I love the goggly eyes! Lol

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6 comments:

Penny Duncan Creations said...

OMG....Your creations are ADORABLE!!!! Super Super cute!!!!!

Michelle said...

Thanks Penny. These were super fun to make

Laura {aka scrapaddict} said...

Awww, these are all so sweet! I especially love the heart card!

De said...

Cute cards Michelle. Don't know what they would be worth at a bazaar in the States .... here in Australia handmade cards are quite dear (but then so are the mass produced ones LOL). I haven't bought a card in years as I make my own as needed, so no ideas as to price. Best way I think is to set a price....if they sell readily you know you are not overcharging. If they don't sell, drop your price next time. You'll get to know what your market will buy for.
Cheers
De

Cathie in UT said...

Really cute cards and I think you could find a market for your cards. One thing to note is that if the customer wants to send them in the mail I found when I mailed cards for Christmas that the PO made me "repackage" any card that felt bumpy. You could make a little note to add to those cards that have bows, flowers, brads and the cute googly eyes.
Maybe make a packet of 4 tie with ribbon and sell as a set.
As for price as regular cards are going for $5 and up now $10 for a set of four should be fair.

CarolB said...

Very nice cards. I especially like the medallion card, and yes, I would buy it if I didn't make my own cards. Best of luck in your venture of making and selling cards.

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