KintaKards Creative Gifts & Gift Packaging


Craft Fair - Pleasant Street Christmas Fest

Posted on December 5, 2010 at 12:59 AM

Hello all, well I am still recovering from a busy couple of days and a hectic few weeks.

Together with a good friend Sharon Sweet from Eureka Stamper, we have been very busy these last few weeks preparing for the Pleasant Street Christmas Fest, which was held Friday 3 December 2010.

I have to say I had an aboulte ball on the night and it was great to see that the items we had made were very much appreciated and admired and going by the cleared table by the end of the night - I would have to say it was a success and well worth the hard work that was put into all our goodies.

Thank you to those that purchased our goodies and I hope the recipients enjoy receiving them.

It wasnt until nearly half way through the night that I remembered that I wanted to take some photos of our display and by the time I took the pics, the table was looking a bit sparse and raided. But here are some of the goodies we had on offer.

Sharon and I made a range of ready made embelishments and below is a sample of our display.

Pictured below are one of my favorite items that I made - Chrismas Owl Gift Tags - all the Christmas Owls were very popular and well liked. When I made the Gift Tag size Owl they also have a special pocket inside to hold money with plenty of space to writing the greeting.  I also had on offer other Christmas Owls in a range of sizes to hold a gift card and also Greeting Card size.

Class Coming - Keep and eye out and contact me if you would be interested in attending a class in my home (or yours) to make a range of these cute Christmas Owls - Gift Tag/Money Holder, Gift Card Holder and Greeting Cards.

Also picture below are some Ruldolf Spares, chocolate Jaffas neatly packaged and presented, complete with tag and poem, these were VERY popular and we sold out of these quite early in the night. I need to give credit to Sunshine Peck from Stampin Sunshine who gave me the inspiration and then add my own style to package these little fellas like I have.


Pictured below is another of my favorite items - Punch Art Santa Chocolate Slider Gift Card. I have actually completed a tutorial to make this and was also intenting to offer as a pre-cut/punched kit, but Christmas is coming way too fast. I will try and get the tutorial at lease finalised for purchase ASAP. 

People were so amazed with the chocolate block slider and how the chocolate just magically appears as you pull on the bow. Sharon had also made some beautiful Coffee Sachets sliders (you get a slight glimpse in the top right of the picture) with the same concept as the Santa chocolate block sliders.

Here is a few more of the goodies we had on offer: Snowman Kissess, Chocolate Patty Gift Pack, Coffee Pull Sachets and Elfin Droppings. Once again these pictures were taken nearly half way through the craft fair, which I am disapointed in, because we had everything presented beautifully.

Once again thank you to all the lovely people we met on the night and I hope to see you all again.



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Categories: Creative Gift Packaging, Workshop / Classes, Punch Art

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Reply karen southwell
1:55 AM on December 29, 2010 
Love your craft fair items Angela, Looking at the pictures I am sure
it was a big success

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