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    would you say Children's jewellery is popular?

    I am thinking about making some for my stall at Christmas, I suppse I would have to stick with pink.. Any opinions please?

  • #2
    I make childrens charm bracelets and they are very popular but are really fiddly to make !
    Snowf1975

    https://www.etsy.com/listing/1039948...polished-beads

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    • #3
      I make very simple jewellery for small children with no small bits or glass , they sell very very well, I often make my table fee on these alone
      I also do a range for older kids and young teens, this can be hit and miss but still sells depending where the fair is
      keep the design simple and the cost low and parents will buy for their children
      Cinderella is proof that a new pair of shoes CAN change your life !!

      my website http://www.ticketyboo-jewellery.co.uk
      my misi shop http://ticketyboo.misi.me.uk
      my blog http://ticketyboojewellery.blogspot.com/



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      • #4
        can I ask why you would have to stick with pink?, is it a themed fair?

        I make my little childrens bracelets in strong primary colours as well a softer colours, the little boys bracelets I do are in darker colours but to be honest when they do choose one its normally a primary colour they choose
        ( amazing how many little boys want a bracelet but their parents talk them out of it saying " jewellery is for girls ", all my 4 boys wore jewellery and clonked around in my heels , and they are all fine strapping men now , not a high heel or a rhinestone headband among them !!)
        Cinderella is proof that a new pair of shoes CAN change your life !!

        my website http://www.ticketyboo-jewellery.co.uk
        my misi shop http://ticketyboo.misi.me.uk
        my blog http://ticketyboojewellery.blogspot.com/



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        • #5
          I agree, childrens jewellery does well - it IS fiddly due to size but it opens up a whole raft of opportunities - grandparents indulging their grandchildren, parents let little ones buy as 'it is not sweets'.

          I love to see the little ones faces when stuff catches their eye. They don't glance furtively like adults do 'incase you are going to pounce' they openly say what they think or feel.

          I sell to both boys n girls - and no need to stick to pink. Bright sparkly and bold in any colour will be good.

          All the best
          Terry xxx
          You can't have everything. Where would you put it all?" - Steven Wright
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          • #6
            hi, i have made quite a few pieces for children recently, and while the tots love pinks the 8 - 12 age group seem to love purple. child size memory bracelet`s with seed beads and pearlised little hearts are a big favourite. i love their oooh`s and aaaah`s when they see them.
            sally

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            • #7
              I bet kits would sell well, you could probably put together a kit and sell it for same amount as a finished piece (assuming you could tie ends together and its not too complicated) kids love making their own jewellery. My little boys wont wear it but love playing with my stash to make pressies
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              etsy

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              • #8
                I don't make jewelry but have a girl and boy (6 and 3) and they both love it. My daughter loves the lot (!) my son loves big wooden beads and his latest buy was a bracelet made of fimo!

                Debbie
                Debbie
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                http://www.folksy.com/shops/purplemac

                http://purplemac.misi.co.uk/

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