12 Bazaar Worthy Christmas Projects
Raise your hand if you participate in a holiday bazaar? Well, then it’s time to get to work! Hopefully, though I can save you a little research time by giving you a few, product ideas to beef-up your inventory. Here are 12, handmade holiday items to add to your bazaar booth!
Holidays Christmas Wreath to Crochet by the Yarnspirations Design Team): A simple, crocheted wreath looks extra fluffy, thanks to Bernat Boa yarn. Give your customers a choice between the classic version above, or one with a vintage kitsch look by swapping out the green for teal yarn, and pink poinsettias!
Twisted Felt Garland (via The Purl Bee): This is one of those projects that just makes me happy by just looking at it. Make these hand twisted and sewn garlands to both decorate your booth and sell to your customers!
Bernat Wavy Long-Stockings (by the Yarnspirations Design Team): Oh, chevron pattern, why can’t I quit you? These stockings will bring a little of that ’70’s vibe to your craft show booth –in a good way!
Embellished Tree Tea Towel: Add some shimmer and shine to otherwise plain, tree towels. Who doesn’t love a little sparkle for the holidays?
Pinterest is overflowing with amazing, advent calendar ideas — like this sewn, reindeer version–which has Pinners wanting them for their own homes. Supply and demand, people. It’s that simple!
Bernat Reindeer Cup Cozy (by the Yarnspiration Team): Your customers can sip their cocoa out of the cutest cups, when adorned with a Christmas creature like this one. Crochet these as another, great gift item to promote for coaches, mail carriers, counselors, and the like. Bonus: these are crocheted out of uber-affordable, Bernat Handicrafter Cotton which means more profit in your pocket!
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Braided Gift Topper For Christmas
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