I always take staples like the Scrabble words. Each year I sell a lot, but last Spring I sold SO many, it was nuts. So, I have made a ton of word packets. I expanded my "line" into Oklahoma and Oklahoma sports teams. I have no pride when it comes to taking money from people. :)
Over 50 Scrabble tile racks - each one painted a variety or colors, sanded, tack clothed and priced.
About twenty vintage inspired prize/award ribbons.
Fifteen or more banners for birthdays and Razorback football. There's one in the center of this photo from the flea market.
Over 200 Domino pendants - each one made with a scan of a package or vintage greeting card from my collection. Each one displayed in a printers drawer.
About 50 PROBE letter card packets - words picked out, sorted, packed into a cellophane sleeve, topper attached, labeled and priced.
Over 100 packets of flash cards - each packet is 12 flash cards. That is over 1200 flash cards that I typed, printed, cut, rounded, sorted, bundled and labeled.
Ten Jello Mold glittered pumpkins and a handful of crows dressed for Halloween.
Twenty-five packets of paper straws all in cellophane sleeves, tied with grosgrain ribbon with a Halloween pick added for fun.
About 200 packages of vintage cake toppers, sorted out by holiday or event, stuffed into cellophane bags, topped with a paper topper, stapled, hole punched, labeled, priced and hung on a display rack.
Over 200 different grab bags full of vintage Christmas ornaments and small Christmas items. Placed in cellophane bags, paper topper stapled on, labeled and priced.
Now I see why I am so tired! And I've only just begun the vintage sorting and pricing!
**I love cellophane sleeves. Everything just looks better in a cellophane sleeve. :)