This afternoon, I attended my very first Christmas fair at Hunts Cross Primary.
With a Stampin'Up! demonstrator's apron on, and a Stampin'Up! table banner, I really looked the part! Thanks, Lynn, for lending me these "luxury" items, and making me feel like a "proper demonstrator"!
I had prepared long and hard for this event, and here are some of the items we were selling:
Bookmarks made using the owl builder punch (these brought smiles to many kids' faces!)
Christmas gift tags (made using the Christmas Collectibles Bundle)
Gift Card or Gift Voucher Holders (made using the Elegant Bouquet embossing folder)
Snowflake Tree Decorations (made using the Festive Flurry Bundle)
Dress-shaped Gift Bags filled with sweets (made using the Dress Up Framelits)
Handbag-shaped Gift Bags filled with sweets (made using the Petite Purse die)
Lindt-chocolate bars wrapped up in Christmas designer papers and decorated with the Gift Bow die
And on the table next to me, I spotted some craft boxes from the annual Stampin'Up! catalogue, filled with beautiful gingerbread men made out of felt, by my talented friend, Jacqui, (www.prettyinpinkcrafts.co.uk)
who kindly organized the fair - aren't they cute?
The fair was not as busy as I thought, but I very much enjoyed the challenge of preparing for it!
And, as my two boys would say, we can always eat the sweeties and chocolates inside the gift bags which didn't sell! I think we've earned them! :-)
A very happy Christmas to you all!