I don't remember ever making so many Halloween treats for a craft booth, but it just feels like the right thing to do this year. The idea is from a swap we received at Regionals this month and we just copied the directions from the back, changed it up to fit our suckers and here is what we came up with
the twick or tweet covers have pumpkin suckers under them and the skull on the right (isnt it adorable?) we left the white cardstock edges rough using a duller blade in the cutter, I used a 2 way glue pen and dazzling diamonds in his eyes and the pirate suckers you see in the package are inside these covers. Totally adorable- I will be using a block or 2 of floral foam to stick the suckers in on the table.
Now, before you email me to ask how much I am selling these for, to get an idea for yourself: the rule of thumb is to add up your supplies yes all of them and add in for your time and that gives you your price. there is NO other day to do it and you cant guess from what someone else charges what you should charge because your costs and time differences are there.
Remember that you want to MAKE money, not give away your product and come home with what you spent on supplies or less than that!
Here is another project we made- its using the file folders from the catalog- inside is a note book- they are adorable!
watch tomorrow for some more of my craft fair booth projects!