Monday, December 15, 2008

Gift Certificates

I'm Back! The craziness of getting ready for my 'Vendor Fair' is finally over! Now its time to make my Christmas cards-OYE! The fair was this weekend at a 55 and older gated community activity center and not open to the public. Unfortunately not worth all my efforts, but I can chalk it up to 'experience' and I can be thankful I did sell some things (some vendors sold nothing :( The HOT items were knock-off brand purses and jewelry. Hmmmm, maybe I should start making jewelry?... NAH!!! I love stamping and all the projects I created, just wasn't the right crowd! I had many say I had a lot of talent, which did make me feel good - I just wish they had bought the talent :) I did have someone want to purchase my bone folder though! LOL! After not doing so well, at the end I was thinkin' - I shoulda sold it to her (I'm still chuckling about it) :) Well, I have ALOT of stuff for the next time around (?????) or maybe I just have a lot of extra Christmas gifts this season :) Thanks for all your wishes on my success at the fair! And a HUGE thank you to my sister in law for sitting with me and people watching :) !!!!!
Anyway, I have a few of these gift cards to be mailed out tomorrow to some lucky recipients :) So if you have a stamper in your life and have no idea what to get them, contact me for a Stampin' Up gift certificate designed and redeemable through me.
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For now, go kreate

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Anonymous said...

What a great, different way to present a gift certificate to someone! Six hours of peaceful people watching is better than six hours with fighting children...I should be thanking you! Luv, K2

Mary Fish said...

Very cute. I have to make several certificates today and will try your design! Hugs, Mary

Tiffany said...

Oh my Kim! Sorry to hear about the craft fair. It would be hard to sell stuff with it not being open to the public. It sounded like your customers were very limited. Try a public one next time. I'm sure your stuff would sell out!

Beautiful presentation for gift certificates! I love that paper.

Kris said...

Congrats on getting a few orders for gift certificates.

I love how you are presenting them!