I am officially participating in my first craft show in November. My Mom, sister, and aunt already had a booth and they asked me to join them. Woohoo!
My craft of choice??? Baby bibs.
After I made the pinwheel bib for my baby girl's first birthday party, I was hooked. I have made 12 bibs so far, each one different and I have 11 more halfway done. I typically get bored with the same project over and over which is why I am making each one unique. It keeps the whole process fresh and exciting.
I also decided to only use materials and supplies that I already have at home. This allows me to use up some of those beautiful smaller scraps I have stashed away. It also challenges me to make something pretty without buying anything new. However, I did end up buying a yard of blue terry cloth for backing but only because it was on clearance for $3. Couldn't pass that up.
So for a total of $3, here is what I have come up with so far...
But, my dear LTC readers, I need your help please. Since I am a rookie at this craft show thing, I am clueless as to what to charge for my bibs.
Will you please be honest and tell me what you think would be a fair price for these bibs? What would you be willing to pay if you saw these bibs at a craft show???
Here are some of my favorites to give you a better look...
I love the button and ribbon closure because it allows me to throw in more fun details. I love choosing the ribbon and button special for each bib.
I leave the raw edges simply because I am a fan and just love the added character.
Remember the ballerina shirt I showed you a few weeks ago? I really loved it so I created a bib just like it!
I have quite the bib collection now so if you are one of my pregnant friends, act surprised when you get one of these as a gift and an Etsy shop full of bibs could possibly be in my future!
Thanks so much for your input on pricing these bibs. I appreciate your thoughts!