Monday, September 29, 2008

tis the season

I'm considering participating in a craft fair with a friend in November. Nothing makes me question the quality of my work like putting it on display and trying to sell it!
Here is the Christmas card I'm considering. Can I get your input? Right now the inside is blank. I could stamp Happy Holidays! inside. Or should I just leave it blank?
Does it need anything more? Some inking of the patterned paper maybe?

I don't want to offer too much. I'm thinking a few cards, those personalized matchbook notebooks I make and some holiday ornaments I've made in the past, such as the Santa, the snowman and the pumpkin stuffies. I found a really cute advent calendar I may add too.

Anything else?


Thimbleanna said...

Ca-Ute! I love the design. Since you already have Happy Christmas on the front, I think it would be redundant to have it inside also. So, I think a blank card would be nice.

On the other hand, I like having something on the inside. Is there maybe something else for the front that would go with Happy Holidays or Merry Christmas on the inside?

I love it! And the notebooks (which I'm partial to!) and the adorable ornaments! Good Luck!

Erin said...

Blank insides are good for those types of cards. And I think the other items are adorable! I can't wait to hear how it goes. What FUN! Good luck!!!

lmillercrew said...

Mushroom ink honey! Cute!

camillaknits said...

Um, yeah... one more thing. Can you reform me from lazy 'tard to industrious paper crafter? I'd appreciate it muchly. And I'd only use Blankinside cards for people I really like... the ones worth the ink. (Does this card make me look bitchy?) *snark* C

noble pig said...

Very modern looking I love it!

Robin said...

I love them all - may I place an order? My sister from Hawaii will be in next week and I know she'd love the pumpkin (me too). So we need to talk and maybe you could leave it at the shop or whatever - got to go chemo - love, love, love,

Anonymous said...

From now on you shall be known as "Amazing Melly" able to take bits and pieces to make beautiful things. This is much more appreciated in the crafty world vs. the ability to jump over tall buildings. ;)
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