OK all you creative crafters out there I need some suggestions from you. I will be doing a fall craft and a Christmas craft show and in this down turned economy I need items that are inexpensive to make and can be priced to still give me a profit. Your suggestions would be greatly appreciated. With all the talented people on this site, I am sure to get some really good ideas.

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I found that towels that hang on the stove goes over well. I also found that people want the towel part dark so it doesn't get all grungy looking. Everyone loved my fsl ornaments too. I think that embroidered TP is a fun gift so maybe some of those. Also have baked goods at your table. They went faster then anything. The baked good draw them in and they are more likely to put out more money to get that embroidered item if they are already spending on the baked goods.
Thanks. I doubt that the baked goods would be a good on my part. When the kids were little they always hoped to get enough money to hire a cook. :-)

GrandmaShari said:
I found that towels that hang on the stove goes over well. I also found that people want the towel part dark so it doesn't get all grungy looking. Everyone loved my fsl ornaments too. I think that embroidered TP is a fun gift so maybe some of those. Also have baked goods at your table. They went faster then anything. The baked good draw them in and they are more likely to put out more money to get that embroidered item if they are already spending on the baked goods.
How about Book Marks, Bibs(Ikea has a 5 bib pack with bias tape already attached (assorted colors) for $5.00. I 'll think on it some more
kids t-shirts with funny sayings on them sell too. Baby's first christmas anything will sell.
Towels that hang on stove is always my best sell, bibs, pot holders, christmas ornaments.

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