Monday, 17 November 2008

Advice

Hello, just a quick one today as I have a banging head and Nathaniel still poorly and very grumpy with it!

The sun is not sunny and it is too wet to (play so we sit in the house and did nothing all day) take outside photos! Poo! Wanted to take some good ones for a competition I want to enter but more on that when it's not so dark and damp!

I have spent a little while this morning packaging the hair clips and ties I made ready for the fair on Saturday (not so nervous about this one and am really looking forward to it);




I am still in a quandary over price. They didn't cost me a huge amount to make but some time and a bit of artistic (ooh, get me) flair has gone into them and this is what people pay for, right? I always have the thought in my head of 'what would I pay for it?' and in this instance it doesn't work as I would see them and think 'ooh, I'll go home and make some...'

I have asked a couple of other crafters and some Mum's at school and my littlest sister and her friends and the answers range from £2 to £5, quite a difference me thinks! I was thinking along the lines of £2 or £2.50. Please leave a comment and let me know what you think. What would you pay for some of these for your daughter/niece/granddaughter? Or yourself even! There will be the option of a gift box (see earlier post) for them too.

A little knitting and a cup of peppermint tea is in order now while Nathaniel sleeps (but who knows for how long).

The cards for Julie have started coming, thank you everyone!!
Thanks, Daisie xxx

7 comments:

Jude said...

Yes, £2 to £3 I think.

twiggypeasticks said...

I'd pay £2 to £2.50. did you get my email about the brooch and hair bobbles and bracelet and.... think that was all.
Twiggy x

Tip Top said...

Yep £2 to £2.50 is a good price.

And I'm doing my best to attend the clinic on the 4 Dec...

Swirlyarts said...

I would be happy to pay £3 :)

Julie said...

I think 2.50 minimum, think of all the time and effort involved and they are really lovely!!!!

Your plastic bags from previous post are great how did your make them?????? X

jennyflower said...

I sell mine for £1.75 but possibly in the wrong places. I think one of the shops I sell through has them up for £4.

Sharon said...

I think £2.50 to £3, they'll make lovely stocking fillers.
And go and take a cutting of that Hydrangea before it's too late!!!!!;) It could be a 'covert' operation if you like, my mum was always borrowing bits of plants that stuck through fences when we were kids!!