Wednesday, November 21, 2007

It's Mine! All Mine!



This summer, I borrowed a tecre and made magnets and pins to sell at my market stand. They sold very, very well, and I started wondering what I would do when my supply of magnets ran out.

A month ago, I bought a tecre of my very own!

My best selling magnet sets are made from recycled crossword puzzles, sheet music and atlases. I am not interested in cluttering my jewelry shop with magnet sets, but it occured to me that I could sell them from my blog.

So, available for your purchase:

Magnet sets packaged in recycled mint tins, tucked into pretty little organza bags!

Sets of 4: $5.00
Sets of 6: $7.00
Shipping of one set is $2.00 - anywhere in the world! Each additional set purchased adds .50 to your total shipping cost.

Choose from:
musical notes
crossword puzzles
sudoku (not pictured)
atlas pages (you pick the cities)
origami paper (pink, red or blue)

If you are interested in purchasing magnets, email me at gibson2750@comcast.net, and I will send you a PayPal invoice.

7 comments:

Beck said...

Wonderful!
And you know, while I was putting together my gift guide this morning I had every intention of putting a lovely pendant from you on it - and then The Girl threw up and I forgot. I'll add you in later tonight...

Steph said...

You are so sweet!

eva said...

What a good idea to bring some variety to your crafting.
I have some things too what I`d love to sell, but not from my Etsy shop. Maybe I should open a second shop? Have you thought about this too?

gilfling said...

oh they are so cute! I am sure they will do really well for you. I would love a buttona maker but well they do cost a pretty penny!

Hope you are having a wonderful week!

Craftymoose Crafts said...

Congratulation on getting the Tecre! I love the magnets you sent me!

Great idea to sell them from your blog!

Tracey said...

Awesome!

I truly love my set from your door prize over the summer.

Go-go-go! Must be so exciting to have another outlet for your talents . . .

Liz (made in lowell) said...

So cool! I look forward to getting my own Tecre, I have a ton of decorative papers.