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Sunday, October 18, 2009

Would you buy this card?






In preparation for a "one stop shopping" evening with vendors at a local church on November 21, I have been diligently creating cards to sell. I am over 100, and feel as though I should have at least 500 in order to offer variety to shoppers. However, I wonder if the ones I have made are marketable - they are "crafty", not exactly art. So I am posting pictures of them and would appreciate your input - are they marketable?

Please comment here, or to my email, and know that I am grateful for your honest opinion.

3 comments:

Kitten said...

Hey Peggy...
I think your cards are saleable...do you have some sort of clear bag to protect them & their envelope as people look through them? You need to be competitive on price, too, especially these days. People don't want to spend a lot on cards these days...and can't. Cards can be a tough sell...I wish you lots of luck. I'd also say if you have over 100 & you don't know if people are really looking for cards, you might want to take the chance of selling out versus have lots of unsold inventory at the end of the sale.

ARTifact & whimsy said...

I LOVE your cards!!! Handmade cards in my area go for 3-3.50 and I buy them even though i can make them, sometimes people want other peoples work or they dont have the time to make cards themselves. I have just stamped images on cardstock and sold packs of 4 for 12.00 and they go quickly and i am in a small town. They look so professional but yet still original and handmade you've really done a GREAT job Peggy!!! you go girl!
love n hugs, Dawn Marie

Sherry Goodloe said...

Ahhhh yes, I would definitely purchase your cards *smiles*. Keep up the good work Peggy!

Thanks for stopping by and checking out my Artful Journey in Mexico cruise with Tim Holtz. Girlfriend, I had the time of my LIFE! I would DEFINITELY do another one of his cruises for SURE.