For Day 12 of my 12 Days of DIY Gift Ideas, I’m doing something a little different. Instead of sharing a single project, I’ll be giving you a tour of tons of items I made for a recent craft fair. This should give you a lot of inspiration for items you can create for your gift ideas. Let’s get started with my craft show roundup!
Let’s get started!
Craft Show Round Up Video Tour
Watch along here, and I’ll share over 30 ideas for handmade gifts!
Keep reading for up close photos of many of these items, and links to tutorials for some of them.
Craft Show Round Up Photos
Let’s get into today’s craft show roundup. Here are some ideas of items you can make for yourself, as gift ideas, or to sell at craft shows.
Wood Slice or Jar Ring Ornaments
Interchangeable Home Signs
Shadow Box Samplers
Paper Tote Bag Gift Sets
Purse Notebook Organizers
Post It Pads
Self Closing Bags With Lotion or Other Goodies
Hot Cocoa Pouches
Muffin Tin Advent Calendars
Cards and Card Sets
Sugar Scrub Jars
Bath Bomb Pampering Sets
Decorated Hershey bars and Ghiradellis
Candy Canes, Dog Treats, and Gift Card Holders
Lip Balm Bags, Notebooks, Hershey’s Nuggets treats, Gift Card Holders, Lip Balm, Decorated Magnets
Candy Cane Reindeer, Ghiradelli Elves, Post It Calendars, Hershey Bar Snowmen
Lots of ideas, right? If you would like to see more photos of my booth, take a look below.
Here are some better pictures of my booth.
And here was my little helper! She was SO excited to spend the day at the craft show, that she was ok with me waking her up at 5:15 am to go with me!
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Thanks so much for visiting today. Please let me know in the comments how you enjoyed today’s craft show roundup!
Anna, How generous if you to share all of this with us!! Our small rural church has a holidays fair every year before Thanksgiving and I make items like these to sell, which are always a big hit. Merry Christmas to you and your family.
Wonderful, I hope you can use the ideas! Merry Christmas!
What an amazing display! I’m curious how you got the state shape in the HOME sign. Love that!
Thanks! I printed the shape of Indiana off of the computer, cut it out, then traced it onto cardstock and cut it out by hand.
Thanks for answering my question!
You have been one busy lady!! (I’m tired just looking at all that you have made : ))
Have a VERY successful craft fair!
Thanks so much Lydia!
Anna, all of your crafts were awesome but I especially loved the interchangeable HOME sign and the shadow boxes. You certainly have been a very busy lady, I don’t know where you find all the time but I am so glad that you do. Loved seeing your little helper there and I know she had a blast with you at the Craft Fair. Merry Christmas to you and your family.
Thank you so much Barbara. Merry Christmas to you!
Very impressive! It’s exhausting just looking at all that you have made! and the display is great. Merry Christmas!!
Thank you Pat! Merry Christmas!
Wonderful ideas and wonderful talent. Thank you for sharing with us!! Our local food bank has a booth at the festival and these are some great ideas to add to it.
Do you happen to have, or would you be willing to do a tutorial on the home frame with the interchangeable “O” pieces?
Thanks again for sharing your ideas with us. This is fantastic.
Thank you Tana! I’m glad you have some new ideas. I just recently shared a tutorial for a home block set with interchangeable pieces, that would give you a few ideas to get you started. If you go to my home page and scroll down you should see it.
They are all AMAZING!!!!!!!
Thanks for sharing
Thank you Claudia and you’re welcome!
I never know what to charge for something’s.
Your shadow boxes are very nice, as well as all that you have made. What do you charge for your shadow boxes at the craft fair?
Hope you did well at the craft fair!
Shadowboxes are $25. Thank you!
You are incredible! I wish I had half your talent. Merry Christmas to you and your family.
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