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post #16 of 22
bbelias...you need to raise your prices!

I did a cookie bouquet for my son's teacher, and painted the terra cotta pot in chalkboard paint, so I could write her name on it...turned out very cute!
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post #17 of 22
I sell cookie bouquets. I charge $20 for 6, $27 for 9, and $36 for 12. People are shocked when I tell them the price but I feel if they want them they will pay it. I don't think anyone would pay more than that here. I live in a small town and I am the only one who makes these type of cookies. Most peple here have never seen a cookie bouquet and are in awe when they see mine. I've had quite a few orders all ready. I put mine in mugs, candle holders, baskets, andy thing neat I can find at a dollar store.
post #18 of 22
I love your beer and peanuts bouquet . . . great idea!
post #19 of 22
yeah, I guess people were willing to pay more for mine because the pots were pretty good sized.......like a 6" wide pot.probably 7-8 in. tall
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post #20 of 22
KHalstead I love your valentines bouquets they are so vibrant!
I like to use 6" azalea pots, they are short but wide. Although when I do 3 cookie bouquets, I use a taller, narrower pot. I like the idea of little metal puckets too but they aren't as steady, sometimes the cookies are heavy and can topple over . . . no one wants broken cookies icon_smile.gif !!!!
post #21 of 22
yeah, I've thought about using those...I see cute little colored buckets at the dollar stores all the time...or those silver metal ones....very classy looking.....I thought about filling the bottom of them (just enough for weight) with some pebbles.....you know how they sell them real cheap...aquarium stones or river rocks?? That would weigh them down....which wouldn't be good if you're shipping them though!!! I shipped mine...that's why I went with bigger pots, I figured they would be more stable or something (who knows LOL)...oh well, none of them broke and neither did the cookies : )
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post #22 of 22
My smallest cookie bouquet comes with 6 Cookies. They are all about 5 inch cookies. Right now I have my Cookies priced at $5 per cookir for the simple designs. My tulips are on the high end and I priced them at $9 per cookie just because the design is handpainted. If jaws drop at my asking price for my tulips I simply remind people that the cookies are all hand painted and not cut from cookie cutters. So if that's a bit too high for them they are welcome to pick from my simpler designs. Since they have been in my portfolio they have been doing well even with the price.
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