Printables & More!
Hows about some FREE printables?
Let’s start with an item description sheet:
If you have a lot of items on your table and a lot of different prices, it can get confusing to remember, so simply use this description sheet to help you out! Just print off the pages you need.
Click and Print Me! Craft Fair Item description sheet
Do you ever have people ask for receipts? Don’t worry, with this simple little receipt printable, you can satisfy your customers wants and needs. Eventually, you can upgrade to a real carbon paper receipt book from Office Depot, but until then…it’s printin’ time!!!
Click and Print Me! Receipt sheet
DIY: Custom paper bag
Your customer asks for a bag, you:
A: tell them you don’t have any
B: give them a bland brown paper sack
C: Put their item in a DIY little Bright eyes bag!
“Creative clutter is better than idle neatness!”
12” x 12” piece of scrapbook paper (any color)
Scissors or a straight cutter
Take your piece of paper, and cut it 12” x 10”
Face the paper towards you to where the longest side is parallel to you.
Fold one end of the paper in to the exact middle of the paper.
Do the same to the other end.
Tape it in place!
Fold the bottom of the bag up about 3 inches.
This part is a little tricky, because it is tough to explain in words, but just use the pictures and you will do fine!
Fold the corners in so it makes two triangles.
Fold the top of that 3” piece down about half way.
Do the same to the bottom piece, but overlap the top piece just a little.
Tape in place!
Voila! Your done with one! The more you make, the easier it gets…so let’s start folding!
DIY: Business Card Holder:
“I can’t clean my craft room, because I get distracted by all the good I find again!” -Anonymous
Everyone needs a business card holder! Instead of buying a pre-made one, how about make one!? Here is a simple card holder that is sure to get recognition at your table or booth!
Ps: There is no need to be a master woodworker to make this project. : )
Here is what you need:
Wood measuring tape/yardstick
Wood glue or really small nails
And guess what! No need for a measuring device, because your card holder will be made out of a measuring device!
Take your yard stick. (I got mine at Hobby Lobby for $3.99 + 40% off with my handy dandy coupon!)
With the saw…
Cut two pieces each 1 1/2 inches long and
Three pieces each 4 inches long.
Sand these ends so they are nice and smooooooth.
Your almost done! Easy right?
Take the wood glue and glue the three longest pieces together like the pictures above. You can use really small nails if you would like, but I recommend the glue…it is easiest!
After that has a chance to dry, glue the two tiny ends to the business card holder on either side.
Slap that puppy together, let it dry, slide in your business cards, and pat yourself on the back!
“Well done young woodworker!”