Ideas for Goodie Bag for a Crop Weekend

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Posted 10/5/2013 by Kerrybarker in General Scrappin'
 

Kerrybarker
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Posted: 10/5/2013 12:06:02 PM
Hey Peas- what would you love to get in a goodie bag for a weekend of classes? I have done all sorts of different things over the years but am always looking for new ideas or something that is brand new to the market. It doesn't have to be directly related to paper crafting.

Thanks!

I would tell you what is on my list so far but I like to surprise my croppers and that would ruin it!


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k d girl
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Posted: 10/5/2013 1:13:35 PM
Extra adhesive and snacks!


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Kate-pea
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Posted: 10/5/2013 1:50:48 PM
I would love a mini kit of some 6x6 papers and a few coordinating embellishments - nothing like some new stuff to get the ol' mojo going!

An adhesive would be nice.

A water bottle and a pack of Tic Tacs would be welcome, too.

moniq407
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Posted: 10/5/2013 4:14:03 PM
A drink, some snacks.. Chocolate
Some small embellishments
Maybe some post it's with a pen for note and idea taking.

There are some cute goodie bag ideas on pinterest... For decorational ideas.



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Posted: 10/5/2013 5:37:34 PM
I don't know how much you want to spend but how about some washi tape or one of those .99 imaginese stamps? Or break up a set of project life cards and put a few in each?

Bling is always fun too or cut apart strips of enamel dots.
Journaling pen, white ink pen
Sugarless gum

Let us know what you decide even if it's after your crop. Have fun!


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Posted: 10/5/2013 5:59:34 PM
stickles, journalling pen, white pen, with halloween candy out some small individual sized candy like m&ms, bottled water, a few die cuts like words or generic things like arrows, chalk, ink, brads, bling.


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Posted: 10/5/2013 6:03:52 PM
Thank you thank you everyone. Keep the ideas coming. A few that I have used in the past that were big hits-adhesive eraser, baby powder with brush (for bumping up stickers), tweezers, utility knife, chalk ink, needle threaders- those foil and wire things for sewing are perfect for threading bakers twine through button holes, large needles, foam squares, sanding block - these are the more practical and yet very useful items.

I like the idea of the project life journaling cards- even if you don't do pl you could still use them on layouts or mini books


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Posted: 10/5/2013 6:38:53 PM
Mini stamps
a list of quotes for titles
a list of challenges or prompts for LO's
journaling cards
blank tags
washi tape


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Posted: 10/5/2013 7:14:18 PM
Wood veneers, enamel dots, maybe some vellum or transparency die cuts.


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amom23
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Posted: 10/5/2013 9:26:31 PM
M&M's
mechanical pencil
post it note pad
nail file
travel pack of wet ones


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Posted: 10/5/2013 10:24:35 PM
I once received one of those cloths to remove smudges from pictures several years ago which I still use today.



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Posted: 10/5/2013 11:44:21 PM
-an insulated spill resistant cup
-one of those cup holders that attaches to the table
-a small collapsible trash can for my scraps. I hate it when the trash is a grocery bag scotch taped to the table.
- a pack of gum or mints - everyone appreciates a table mate w/fresh breath
- neutral colored 12x12 cardstock (white,cream or vanilla). It's hard to find someone who doesn't like or use cardstock, even if it's just to mat pictures.
- a raffle ticket for a chance to win one or more Visa gift cards. Doesn't have to be a large amount. I'd rather have a chance to win something I would/could use than a few random scrap goodies that I'm going to put in the garage sale bin when when I get home.
- pen/pencil & small notepad
- post it notes


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JaneHollon
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Posted: 10/6/2013 12:24:38 AM
chap stick
lolli pops
tissues
wood veneers
PL cards
Enamel dots
paper clips
post it notes
ink pens
baby wipes or handi wipes
label stickers
finger nail files
the individual packets of drink mix
have one bag have a special item in it that gets them something extra
life savers


make the goodie bag a cheap little plastic bucket that people can use as a trash can



Graciesmom1219
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Posted: 10/6/2013 3:02:26 AM
I love the idea of a mini kit-6x6 size.

I would love to receive some journaling cards, foot of ribbon, some new things I have not seen yet.

myboysnme
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Posted: 10/6/2013 1:37:26 PM
Not a goodie bag per se, but I recently cohosted a crop. At each place we had a bottle of water with a card over it with the person's name so people knew where to sit, a piece of 12x12 paper, a raffle ticket for one of our drawings, a die cut of a camera that was in an individual little bag, a coupon from our local LSS and a small pack of m & ms. People really seemed to appreciate it.


My choice is to not take it personally - people have opinions. Particularly people here.-Peabay 12/29/11
I know this is assuming, but I'm really starting to think you are one of those "entitled" peas - Dalayney 4/2/12
When someone elects you Queen of Two Peas, then you can make the rules. - Sue_Pea 12/22/13
"Myboysnme,...I bow down to you, oh queen of the scrapping goodness" - Irish Eyes 3/9/14
"Myboysnme -- ... Whoa. I bow to thee." - Jill S 4/26/14









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Posted: 10/6/2013 4:28:34 PM

Small tissues/kleenex
Tervis Tumbler or cup/mug & straw
Small hand lotion
Tic tacs or breath savers
Chocolate in some form (M&M’s/Kisses)
Tea bag or cocoa
Notepad cute (small)/pen
Nail file/nail clippers
Pencil, pencil sharpener
Post it notes
aleve, tylenol or advil
mini fan (desk top) Walmart less than $8
cute Fuzzy socks to keep feet warm
Chap stick
mini clipboard (decorate w/ribbon and a monogram letter)
Crop trash can-compact
hand sanitizer or wet ones
Specials, discounts or coupons to a local craft store or lss
Bottled water and drink mix
Name tag (disposable or reusable)
Neck wallet (carry $ & tickets for conventions)
$1 photo album for retreat/crop pics to be added
$2 t-shirt to wear during a day at the retreat-themed
$5.00 gift card-Starbucks, Michaels, Subway etc. for lunch or dinner
$$ is always a hit
$1 chipboard album in shapes
$1.00 stamps and ink pad
Band-aids (paper cuts)
Granola bar/snack
glue dots-adhesive
pocket dictionary
energy bar
small stapler with staples
Paper clips that are cutey
luggage tags-decorated using retreat/crop theme
Scrapbook-tools under $10 (punches)
Smash book (use coupon) add a few Smash book accessories
small thermos tote/lunch box (keeping lunch or drinks cold)
keychain-handmade
travel toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant, etc. in case someone forgets
Scrap-ma bob cup and trash holder for the table ($15)
Black Sharpie
Scotch tape or generic (small)
Storage-small tote bag-if you sew make one
Journaling jar or quote jar
(idea from 2peas) LUGGAGE TAGS: I buy ID badges at WM or Staples or wherever, and make a cute little tag that fits inside. (I think the size is about 2.5x3.25 or so.) decorate one side with their name or initials, and the other side w/the destination. I try to choose colors/patterns that are their style. Finally, I finish it off with an album ring, and add ribbon.

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Posted: 10/6/2013 6:52:37 PM
Wood veneers (I don't have any for myself and REALLY want some!)
a length of baker's twine/ribbon
bottle of water
insulated, reusable cup
ETA: adhesive!


I personally don't eat candy or chew gum (dietary restrictions), so if I got those, they would be given away. Nuts would be more my speed.


Kim


Kerrybarker
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Posted: 10/7/2013 12:55:07 PM
Thanks for all of the fantastic suggestions. I will be sure and post photos or a link after the event. I have Elle Price from Elle's Studio teaching a class for me on Sunday Oct 20th so Sunday's goodie bag will be Elle's Studio themed. So excited.


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Cre8tivemom2002
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Posted: 10/7/2013 6:19:48 PM
Great ideas - How do I add this thread to my watch list.


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SunshineScrapper1
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Posted: 10/8/2013 6:05:52 AM
We have a few digi scrappers so we find that giving traditional items won't work for them. We have also ordered recycled grocery bags, lunch totes, luggage tags, mugs, etc. with our logo on it for all.

arelys1228
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Posted: 10/8/2013 7:32:22 AM
variety of card stock
zip lock bags or pape protectors
glue runner refills
snacks
mini raks


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