If you’re looking for cupcake day, check back to my post on Tuesday for some real cupcakes. My hubby and I delivered cupcakes to friends and family on Halloween. We will return to regularly scheduled cupcake day next Friday. 🙂 Another project to share… this time a recipe organizer. I absolutely love these Provo Craft lunch box tins because they can serve so many purposes. So far I have card tins with monthly dividers for birthdays, recipe tins, bath and body themed tins, and a new mommy survival kit (includes baby wash, lotion, powder, pacifiers, small jars of baby food, wipes, sanitizer, and chocolate for mom). This tin was made with the Recollections designer papers from Stampin’ Up. The top of the tin is also covered with the striped paper. I used Letterpress Alpha to spell out recipes, sponged around the edges, and used my color spritzer in Mellow Moss. I used the horizontal slot punch on the sides and attached around the tin with the Cranberry Crisp stitched ribbon. The scalloped frame on the side is made with the Marvy Uchida Giga scallop oval punch from www.joann.com. I used my Creative Memories oval cutting system to do the inner ovals. The leafy image is from the Petal Prints set. The same scalloped frame is on both sides of the tin. I also made inserts for the tin using the What’s for Dinner set. The inserts are really simple and I think they give the tin a nice finished touch. I’m also including a pack of recipe cards (not stamped) inside the tin. Today I’d like to share a list of what I plan to bring to my craft fair. Not all of these things will apply to every craft fair, and there will be other things you might want to bring, but this is the list I’ve come up with for myself. Hopefully it helps and please let me know if you think I’m forgetting something!

— 3-part Sales Book (there will be a central cashier for all vendors, I am responsible for writing receipts for each customer)
–2 8ft. tables
–2 folding chairs
–Idea Book & Catalog
–Catalog Display Holder
–Business Cards
–Business Card Holder
–Easels and other items to display cards at varying heights
–Pens (lots of them since they tend to walk away)
–Safety Pins (to pin the tablecloth)
–Price signage
–Email sign-up list
–Candy to scatter on the table
–Baskets to display cards
–Bags for purchases (For small purchases I’m using white lunch sacks that I wheeled)
–Custom order forms (I plan to take custom orders if there is interest)
–Technique booklets
–Door prize and door prize forms for a drawing
–Pricing labels
–Black marker
–Box for paperwork/receipts (I will not need a cash box since there is a central cashier)
–Hostess packets (just in case!)
–Extra card jackets & cello bags
–Glue (heaven forbid anything fall apart!)
–Samples (monogram card set, Z Becky Brown purse)
–Camera (so I can show you all pics)

OK… now what am I forgetting? Tomorrow I will share another project along with a list of products and prices for everything I’ll be bringing to my craft fair.