Hi there, Stampin' Friends!

Tell me – do you like craft fairs?  I looovvve craft fairs!  I love going to them as a shopper, I love being a vendor at them – and I love buying gifts at them!  It always amazes me when I see the wonderful hand made creations at craft fairs – really, everything there you know is a labour of love – 'cause no one is getting rich quick by selling their goods at a craft fair! lol

Craft fairs always help put me in the holiday mood; shopping at a craft fair is much more enjoyable than the hustle, bustle and crowds at the mall – and the gifts you buy at  a craft fair are so much more personal – you choose something because you just know that it's perfect for a certain someone!

You've probably guessed by now that I'm going to be participating in some craft fairs this holiday season!! (what was your first clue, right?! lol!!)  Although the first 2 aren't until next month, there's a lot of preparation that goes into being a vendor at a craft fair, so I've already started on my creations!

Want to see what I've been working on?  Are you sure?! Okay!!  I'll show you! 🙂

First, I decided that Rudolph just has to make an appearance at my display – so I started working on him…


And then added chocolate, and he turned into this!  Yummy Hershey nugget holders!  Yumm!!  Everyone loves chocolate (don't they?) and it seems that at Christmas, it's almost mandatory to give someone chocolate!


Of course, if you're giving gifts, you have to have tags for your gifts – how embarrassing to give someone the wrong gift!  So, Santa is here to help out!


His 'beard' opens up, so you can write your "To" and "From" inside!

Well, what do you think so far?  I have a lot more projects to work on, but I'd love to hear from you – what kind of gifts do you look for when you go to a craft fair? 

The first 3 people to leave a comment here (on this post) will receive some of my craft fair creations – just for sharing your thoughts!  Don't forget to leave your email, so I can contact you to get your address to send you your goodies!

See you tomorrow – until then – happy stamping!

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I've always liked to create things, but I'm not a great artist, or sculptor, or any type of 'traditional' artist - but I love to create! I love the satisfaction of a completed project. Whether a card, painting or other project - as long as it can create a smile, evoke a feeling, or some type of reaction in the recipient. I hope you will enjoy sharing my creations, and occasional ramblings; I'd enjoy having you create with me! :)

9 thoughts on “Craft Fair Creations

    1. Congratulations Nancy! You were the 1st to post a reply to my post, so you get a goodie bag full of my craft fair goodies! 🙂 I’ll be sending you an email to confirm where to send your gift – watch for an email from debsmart@shaw.ca I’m so glad you love the rudolph nugget holders & santa tags – I’ll be posting tutorials soon!

    1. Congratulations to you too, Patti! As 2nd reply poster, you also win a goodie bag full of my craft fair goodies! Look for my email (debsmart@shaw.ca), so I can confirm where to send your gift! Thanks so much for your kind compliments 🙂 By the way – I love your blog – your ribbon wreath is stunning! 🙂

  1. Hello Deborah! I just found your blog for the very first time! What adorable projects you have, and I love your writing style. Your craft fair projects are so cute; love the way you made Rudolph’s eyes look expressive, and the fold in Santa’s beard is just so clever. thanks for sharing your wonderful creations!

    1. I’m so glad you found my blog, Laura! Thanks for the kind comments – and, since you are the 3rd person to comment on my ‘Craft Fair Creations’ post – you too have won a goodie bag full of craft fair goodies!! I’ll be sending you an email for your info – look for an email from debsmart@shaw.ca

    1. Thanks so much for stopping by, Sherry! Fingers crossed for the craft fairs; I’ll post an update afterwards. I appreciate your best wishes 🙂

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