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    Last weekend I did two shows. One on Friday and one on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. My wife and I split the Friday show. She was at one and I was at the other. Sales were very good. Pictured is a large nativity tree from Sue Mey that was my best seller. I adapted the pattern slightly to add a base so it stands on its own.

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    Keith

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    Those sell well for me too. The base is a good idea.
    Brian in the Four Corners

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    • #3
      Nice. Base is a great addition. Thanks for sharing.
      Melanie from East TN

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      • #4
        The base is indeed a nice idea. If you don't mind can I ask how much you are asking for them?

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          Thanks for the nice comments. I live in small town rural Western Pennsylvania so I was charging $25. They sold so well, I'm going to up the price. I've found that most things won't sell around here for more than $30. I do have one item priced at $50 and it will sit for several shows until I sell one. I would like to branch out to more urban areas in the near future.
          Keith

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            I must have missed that one. Will have to get it. I have customers who collect nativities. This year’s will be the Steve Goode pattern he had a week or so ago. I sell them for $20. This will sell for $40 no problem. I sold the one in the picture for $95. I am working on the clock on my sign and will price it at $150-$175.
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