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Flowers To Go

Posted by flowers12 10 (My Page) on
Wed, Nov 16, 11 at 23:23

I've been working hard creating these plate flowers for the Craft Fair on Saturday. I've managed to make 22 flowers and I have 20 totems. Now the hard part will be to put a price on them. My DH is funny, he thinks they should all sell for way more than I do. It's always nerve-wracking wondering what the prices should be. Boy, this glass is really heavy to move around!

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RE: Flowers To Go

They look beautiful! (wish the pics were a little bigger)

At the one fair I went to I sold mine for $12 to $18.

I'm dropping the $12 except for the 1 or 2 already priced, and have made some fancier ones (that is more expensive plates) so I'm going wiht $15 to $25 at the house sale. I feel nervous asking $25 even tho one plate may have cost me $5. What does your husband say? I get advice all over the map from my friends.


I forgot to say...

I sell 2 foot pvc gray conduit with one end slightly pointed, and a 1 foot piece of rebar taped together for $3, for those who want it. I quickly spray paint over the lettering on the concuit before dh cuts it.
Gotta get dh to make me some more!

RE: Flowers To Go

I didn't see these before I left comments before, but your plate flowers are just beautiful! You should sell them for sure!

RE: Flowers To Go

They look beautiful! (need pic pic next time, please) ... good luck w/your sale! Jeanne S.

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