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Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by LindseyM12, Jan 4, 2010.

  1. LindseyM12

    LindseyM12 Songster

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    I need some easy things to make and sell. All I have been selling are eggs. I thought of doing some potholders cause I have a loom but thats it. Any ideas? Thanks!
     

  2. popcornpuppy

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    before I can give a suggestion, I just have to ask how "crafty" you are. Do you knitt or crochet, or just work with a loom?
     
  3. LindseyM12

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    Just a loom. Hate to say it. [​IMG]
     
  4. LindseyM12

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    Oh and you can think of anything, even growing something in a garden.
     
  5. Picky Chicky

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    I used to enjoy making bears - get the ones that are already put together, and then with a glue gun dress them up. The garden idea is something, or scrapbook for someone if you've got the knack for that. I enjoy baked goods, but I'm a little funny about buying them from people I don't know, or don't look legit... but that might be an option. You could always hatch baby chicks and/or sell fertilized eggs.

    Just a few random thoughts. [​IMG]
     
  6. popcornpuppy

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    Well, I was originally going to suggest a crochet craft that is a cozy for Easter eggs, but that would be hard to do on a loom [​IMG]

    So, something that comes to mind right away is using canning jars. I have a book that shows how to make them into candle holders or bird feeders. I will look up posible links to these crafts so I can show you how it's done.


    here is one link:
    http://www.ehow.com/way_5435687_ball-jar-crafts.html
     
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  7. LindseyM12

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    Ok, thanks! Anymore?
     

  8. popcornpuppy

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    Herbs? fresh and dried
     
  10. LindseyM12

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    Anyone else have any ideas? [​IMG]
     

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