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    hi i was just wondering if you would be able to help me .im due to do a cpl of craft fairs soon and i was thinking of taking some of my xmas cards ....but i dont know if ppl will think it to early to start selling them yet? Wendy
    wendy xx
    my blog... http://thatpersonaltouchcards.blogspot.com

  • #2
    I would go for yes but i'm not sure

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    • #3
      i know wot ya mean i just dont want ppl to be put off by seeing the xmas cards so early on but i still have a lot of stock from last year that i would like to get sold before i make new ones but i just dont want to scare ppl away with them?!!!!!!
      wendy xx
      my blog... http://thatpersonaltouchcards.blogspot.com

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      • #4
        I would say definitely yes take them, as long as you have got room for them. Its half-way til xmas already, and people like to be organised! I dont think it would scare people off, it gives people another option for something to spend their money on

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        • #5
          Yes take them, you don't have to fill the stall with them, but if you have a small section you can always get more out if an interest is shown.
          Cynthia
          http://iforjonesdesigns.website.orange.co.uk

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          • #6
            Hi

            This is a difficult one and Im not sure.
            I took some Christmas cards to a craft fair last year in begin of September and hear alot of people saying they were nice but it was fair too early to but them. However a few weeks later they were selling well !!!!

            However someone I work with asked me if I was taking any Christmas cards with me to a craft fair in June - I said no. She surgested that I did as if people are sending cards to places such as Oz they need to post them really really early.

            If I were you a I would take them and put a few out, maybe in a basket and test the market. You got nothing to loose. Maybe put a notice on it saying you can never be to earlier or how many days it is to Christmas to get them thinking.

            Sorry if Ive gone on a bit

            Sara x
            www.cardsforewe.co.uk

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            • #7
              I'd have some in a basket on their own, just in case - cos you never know!

              I've got a fair in July and won't be taking any then - mainly because the table will be smaller than what I'm used to, but the October one I will be doing as I sold quite a few last year in October.

              Hope this helps!

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              • #8
                Hi

                I would take them, I did a craft fair at this time last year and sold 20 xmas cards!! Good luck
                for all your paper & card needs visit www.ideasinpaper.co.uk

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                • #9
                  thankyou all very much ill give it a go ya never know! thanks once again
                  wendy xx
                  my blog... http://thatpersonaltouchcards.blogspot.com

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                  • #10
                    here me wondering if to take xmas cards , and guess what i have just had someone call to order a job lot of 50 chritmas cards he runs a small bussiness and has aked me to make the cards he is going to give his custormers! cnt belive it! im so chuffed!!!!!!!!
                    wendy xx
                    my blog... http://thatpersonaltouchcards.blogspot.com

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                    • #11
                      There you are then, you conquered it up. Makes me think I might take a few of mine to the craft fair I am doing this weekend!!!!
                      Cynthia
                      http://iforjonesdesigns.website.orange.co.uk

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                      • #12
                        Excellent news mrs*h. You'd better get making those cards!

                        Linda

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