Sunday, November 14, 2010

Bazaar Preview

I have been a busy beaver this past week putting together a few things to sell in the booth at my Mom's booth at our local bazaar. I didn't think I would have time to get anything done and then remembered the $ I could make, so the kids and I have been scrambling to get a few things done.

Here are some of my felt turkeys that I have been making forever, but they seem to be a hit every year so I keep making them. Next to that is my version of a 2x4 Christmas tree and Showman. I got this cute idea from Under My Umbrella. Go check out her super cute blog and craft ideas.

Addison & Logan made these super cute candycane reindeer treats. I even found chocolate candycanes so they look more like reindeer. Aren't they adorable. I think they would make the cutest stocking stuffers for Santa. Maybe, I need to give him a jingle.

These reindeer are ready and rarin' to go for Christmas.

Addison and I made these candy ornaments for a tree decoration. They are red and white pipe cleaners twisted together and glued into a circle. Super cheap and fast. I have a few other crafts to make this week and when I get them done I will post part two. Wish me luck!

11 comments:

Verde Farm said...

You all did a great job pulling these together. I love the Christmas tree and Snowman. I love the turkeys and the reindeer are so cute. I am going to have my nephews over to make some of those and the candy ornaments. Hope you did great!
Amy :)

Connie said...

The candy ornaments are adorable, that was a good call to make those.

Amy @ Keep'n The SunnySide said...

Everything looks great! Those are the cutest reindeer.. nice job on the candy ornaments Addison!

fiberdoodles said...

OMG they are too cute! Those turkeys are a scream!

Mandi @ Finding Home said...

I remember making those reindeer ortaments when I was little!

Humble Bee said...

Lurve the peppermint candy ornament. I usually do a candy tree and was looking for something to add to the tree without having to spend a lot. I think I will just add some cellophane and twist the ends and toss on the tree.
~Becki

Laurel @ Ducks in a Row said...

Good luck - everything is cute! I really love your turkeys!

Christine said...

Cute stuff! You're going to do awesome!!!

Kristin said...

Fun - I love that holiday fair. Nice job pulling things together.

Mandy said...

Hey Maria, you are so talented! I love the turkeys! By the way, I'm having a giveaway over at my blog, didn't want you to miss it. Have a great day!
http://mandysrecipebox.blogspot.com/2010/11/85-gift-code-giveaway-to-csn-stores.html

Tina❀ said...

Those reindeer are to stinkin' cute!