F Simple and Serene Living: little entrepreurs 09 10
Sunday, December 16, 2012

little entrepreurs


My daughters sell their handmade aprons, totes, etc. at the Grant Park Farmers Market in Atlanta each week, so my granddaughter Sidney came up with the idea of making and selling ornaments in their booth. 

clay ornaments

Sidney also came up with the prices. One for two dollars or three for five dollars. 

elves and wool wreaths

Sidney even made a great trade last week, an ornament for a large bunch of broccoli. 

That's my girl!

I'm not sure Jack Henry thought it was too great. He's not much of a broccoli eater :)

 

22 comments:

  1. What an awesome post. I love little entrepreneurs! I bet their parents are so proud. Love all the ornaments too. Merry Christmas!

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  2. Good morning, Laura...three generations of capable crafty girls! I love it.
    xo,Tina

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  3. This is a nice post. I like their little clay ornaments. It's good to see young ones trying to make money instead of just asking for it. :):) xo,Susie

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  4. LOL! I love the trade for broccoli!! Excellent little entrepreneurs!!

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  5. Good for Sidney! Her ornaments look very cute!

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  6. Sidney has definitely cut out the middle man . . . she’s on her way. She’s very talented like her grandmother. Happy week, Laura.

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  7. You have to start somewhere, and those have a great amount of charm. Great trade, maybe they will grow up to be like the guy with one red paperclip, he is doing pretty well now.

    Jen

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  8. Love those little elves! Sound like it was a good trade to me, but then again I like broccoli. Thanks so much for stopping by, Laura

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  9. PS. Thanks for following, now following you too! Laura

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  10. LOL- Nice to see something about children besides what is on the news..xo Diana

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  11. They are so cute and I love their ornaments! Hugs, Linda

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  12. Love how cute those ornaments are! That is so nice that they all get involved like that.

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  13. This is so cute! I just watched two "waitresses" cook dinner for and only charge everyone $1.00! Their dad gave them a tip! LOL!

    Have a blessed and wonderful Christmas and a Happy New Year!

    blessings,
    karianne

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  14. So much fun for the kids!!
    We love Grant Park. My daughters lived down there several years ago. The youngest one is now looking for a house down there!!

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  15. Start 'em young!
    Seriously, it is great that the kids are involved! And they like broccoli, too!! (well, except for Jack Henry -- that's OK, I didn't like broccoli until I was a little older either).
    The ornaments are great -- LOVE the little bearded elves!

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  16. Sweet picture of the adorable little entrepreneurs! Love the elves!

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