Help with craftfair idea....

Discussion in 'The Creative Community' started by megan4777, Oct 1, 2005.

  1. megan4777

    megan4777 <font color=red>Apparently I had some sort monster

    Jun 21, 2004
    Ok, so I have a billion votive holders (clear glass, but not all the same) from my wedding 2 yrs ago. I am trying to think of something to do with them that could be sold at a church craftfair. Are there any good ones? I have none!! :confused3 Thanks for any help!!!
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  3. mom2grace

    mom2grace DIS Veteran

    Jan 1, 2002
    You could paint them, or etch them. If someone was quick, you might be able to personalize them while they wait or continue to shop.
  4. pfishgirl

    pfishgirl In Loving Memory of Our Son 5/6/

    Nov 27, 2001
    I painted a bunch with a Christmas theme so I can use them as gifts.. :goodvibes Maybe you can do a halloween or Fall and some Christmas desgins??
  5. denisem

    denisem DIS Veteran

    Sep 19, 2001
    Are they the straight sided votive holders?

    If you're not an artistic person, here's an idea using injket printable cling sheets from your computer:

    Stained Glass Votive Holder

    I recently played with the static cling sheets to make a small "privacy" stained glass window for my spare bathroom - turned out kinda neat! Not practical for large windows, though, as the sheets are standard printer size (8-1/2" x 11).
  6. Traveliz

    Traveliz DIS Veteran

    Aug 8, 2000
    I would put a bayberry votive in them - although good luck finding those - some years its pretty difficult - and then attach the poem about burning it on Christmas Eve for good luck the whole year through - I don't have the poem handy but if you google it should be easy to find. Wrap with a fine gold or green tulle and tie with a thin ribbon.

    I gave those as door gifts at my cookie exchange one year and they were very popular. I made up about twenty this year for a Christmas Sale I am having at my house in November.


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