Sunday, February 3, 2019

Craft Fair 2019 Series Packaging Ideas for Candles

Here's an idea for you today.  Let's take an ordinary candle from the Dollar Tree, create a tag, and transform into a nice packaging idea.  
I plan to sell these at my spring craft fairs this year.  What a great gift for your special friend, relative, teacher, or co-worker.  It's quite simple so let me tell you how I mass produced over twenty of these candles.
Both candles caught my attention while I was shopping.  I thought to myself; let's try and see if I can package into something that I could offer at my upcoming Spring craft fair.
The tag is created using Share What You Love Designer Series Paper from Stampin' Up!.  Cut your specialty paper 2 x 3 1/2.  I then used the Scallop Tag Topper to create the top.  My Project Life corner rounder was used to curve the bottom corners.  I used Night of Navy ink and stamped Just for You from the Vibrant Vases stamp set.  The retired Washi Label punch helped create a nice banner that I adhered with two dimensionals.  The Pool Party Shimmer ribbon coordinated really nice with the paper and candles.
The bags are from Walmart; you can find them in the bakery section.  I used a piece of Mint Macaroon card stock cut 2 x 4 for the bottom of the bag.  Added some decorative shred to add a bit of "cushion" in the packaging and also a nice decorative touch as well.
I ended up typing the decorative hydrangea into the ribbon bow at the top. In my video, I showed you how you can add in the packaging as a different idea.  I actually like adding it to the outside of the package.
Below is the supply list for all the Stampin' Up! supplies, which all can be purchased on my online store by clicking here.
For my market, I plan to price the candles $3 each or 2 for $5.  I also offer a mix and match as well.

To follow along my step-by-step video, click the image below.  
Don't forget to subscribe to my YouTube channel.  I plan to bring you more Craft Fair 2019 ideas throughout the coming months.
Happy stamping & crafting!
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