Sunday, October 24, 2010

My First Bazaar!

Today my sweet little town had its annual gift bazaar.  It was different to be an actual vendor.  I decided to do something a little different with my cookies.  I showcased my SugarChic Petites and tried out some fun new packaging and wickedly cool colors in honor of the holiday.  I enlisted my friend, Robin, to design some fun Halloween labels.  It all came together quite nicely.
So...I baked about
1000 petite cookies.  This is only
a small portion!!
This is the first phase of icing them.
Don't you love the Halloween colors?
Love it?  I do!
There are 13 petites inside.
Petites are 2-bite cookies that are
perfect with your morning coffee
or even just that "sweet" that you may need
after a savory meal.
And do you see it?  Let's look closer...
Robin strikes again!
We took my logo and Halloween-ized it!
It was so satisfying to see my vision actually
come together in this package!

And now for the Bazaar.  I wanted my table to stand out and look CHIC!  With Robin's design and my cookies, I think we did just that!
Here I am...ready to take on the sugar-lovers!
I brought my trusty MacBook to show my work
in a slideshow.  I had samples, galore!
My table was sparkly and so fun!
Try one!
I made bite-sized samples.
I threw some candy corn cookies in for fun!
These sold in 30 minutes!
Who knew?

The Petites!
These are perfect for hostess gifts, kids, teachers,
bus drivers, or just all for YOU!

What a fun day!
Thank you to Robin K Design for always
polishing SugarChic to a pretty shine!
I couldn't do it without you for many reasons!

If you're interested in purchasing the Halloween SugarChic Petite gift stacks, I am still selling them for $7 or 2 for $12.
I also sell them boxed for your platter,
with a 5 dozen minimum.  

More holiday designs are on the way!

8 comments:

  1. It All looks so great! The petites are so chic! :-) I can also totally see the sparkle around the halloween label. Congrats on a great day!

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  2. Thanks, babe, for the props... but, it's all your vision! Kudos on a successful event that looked (and tasted) fab! xo

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  3. Everything (including YOU, of course!) looks fabulous - and so sparkly and pretty. I'm sure it was a huge success. Good for you!

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  4. I happened to stop and sample at your table that is displayed on your blogspot and absolutely loved your delicious mini cookies and then came back and purchased 3 candy corn cookies and 2 cylinder tubes of the multicolored mini rounds and would you believe between my high school age son and myself, those cookies are gone in just 5 days!!! They were great! Keep it up - good luck! I will definately be calling to order for holidays and graduation!

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  5. Hi Dawn! I love your cookies-I also have become a recent self-taught cookie baker! I am doing a holiday bazaar in a few weeks & was curious how long did it take you to make all the petites? Also, how far in advacnce have you baked cookies? The event i am doing is on a Friday evening, and I am considering baking on Tuesday of that week. Thanks for inspiring!!
    Please email your thoughts- juliestock@fuse.net

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  6. Hi! Would you mind sharing where you purchased the plastic cylinder tubes from? I'm just getting into making cookies and these would be cute gifts : ) Thank you! My email is jessica.olowoyo@yahoo.com

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