Coffee Break Gift and Craft Fair Ideas

7 Coffee Break Gift & Craft Fair Ideas

By PaperedChef, November 11, 2017

Coffee Break Gift and Craft Fair Ideas

Stampin’ Up Coffee Break Designer Series Paper
Stampin’ Up Coffee Café stamp set
Stampin’ Up Merry Café stamp set
Stampin’ Up Coffee Cups framelits dies
Lots of other crafty items (see related posts)


In this video, I show you 7 projects I created using the Coffee Break suite. The first project is a large test tube filled with Coffee Nut M&Ms. The second project is a test tube holder with two mini test tubes. The third project is Keurig K-cup holders with coffee beans and embellishments. The fourth project is a decorated pillow box which can be used to hold a gift card. The fifth group of items I will show you are several mini pizza boxes which can be used to hold Startbucks gift cards, Coffee Nut M&Ms, or Hershey Nugget treats. The sixth project is a variation of a project I created last summer. They are instant Starbucks coffee treat holders. The seventh and final project in this video is a desktop calendar with sticky notes. Specific instructions for these projects will be included below and updated as I create them. Thanks for watching.

Please visit my Stampin’ Up site to purchase products featured in this post.

Coffee Break DSP
Item Number: 144155


Coffee Café Photopolymer Stamp Set
Item Number: 143677

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  1. jutta says:

    love your ideas, so talented. I can imagine the time it takes to figure out the sizes. I just did one for 4 light tea holder and still not happy with the results. Thanks for sharing all the wonderful ideas.

  2. PaperedChef says:

    Thanks for your comments Jutta. I spend a lot of time and when it finally comes out the way I want it to, I have to figure out where I wrote it down so I can share. Last year, I found a die cut to make shaker boxes. It was so easy to use and fit three tea lights perfectly without all of the fuss. Check it out if you have a Big Shot.

  3. carol U. says:

    Love your creative talent. Where can i find the little round wood shapes? I love how you
    tell how to display at a craft fair. I have a friend that’s in a fair in two weeks.
    keep up the good work. Carol u.

  4. Consuelo says:

    Great ideas thanks for sharing,

  5. Consuelo says:

    Where you get the little calendars, if I may ask. ♥️♥️♥️

  6. PaperedChef says:

    Thanks Carol, I found the little wood pieces at a craft shop and tried to find the same ones on Amazon. I provided a link to the closest thing I could find in this post. I also have seen them at AC Moore, Hobby Lobby, etc. in the seasonal section. They are great for filling jars with while decorating. Here is the link. Scroll down to the bottom to see the product on Amazon.

  7. PaperedChef says:

    Hi Consuelo, I decided to buy them instead of making the calendars because they were already cut and bound. I found them on Ebay. They were really cheap from a buyer in the UK but the shipping was really expensive. Then, they took about 3 weeks to arrive and only one third of them were in my order. I contacted the seller already to ask where the other two thirds of my calendars were and I’m waiting for a reply. If I find a more reliable seller, I will let you know. If not, I think I will start making them myself.

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