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Selling Things at School Answered

So my school is having a fair, where we can sell anything we want. Any ideas? It needs to be able to be sold from 5-10 dollars.

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Batryn

9 years ago

Anything else? Maybe school supplies/electronics...

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CornK4keKill3rBatryn

Reply 9 years ago

you can sell pen guns every one loves shooting them aroud when the teach is not looking or make some wallets

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faithd8CornK4keKill3r

Reply 2 years ago

Some schools you cant sell them In there, some have safety rules and very strict.

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HOOBLEHstinkycheese23

Reply 9 years ago

u did me too LLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL!

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REESE5122

3 years ago

you could sell plushies

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Darknessblade.

3 years ago

things like home made cookies, pie, candies always are a good idea.

for scrap.

make some funny (useless) things.

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FoodLuvBites

3 years ago

When I was younger, I use to sell candy. Mostly snickers, m&ms' just anything I knew for sure the cafeteria didn't have or anyone else was selling. I know it won't be 5-10 each but with enough buys you'll get there.

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GeorgiaBriton

3 years ago

I also had a school market. We set up a selfie photoshoot. We also did a raffle with M&M's and sold ice-creams. This didn't take a lot of time and it did not have many costs but our profit was huge! Good luck

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potpourri pouches at 2 dollars each, bookmarks made out of ribbon or lace with charms attached, friendship bracelets. Baked goods: pretzel rods dipped in chocolate and sprinkles(or crushed candy cane). Chocolate chip cookies, brownies, empanadas, Wish you much success!!

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hockeygurl55

7 years ago

My friends and I made parachute cord bracelets and sold them at our school enrichment fair last night. wev earned a bunch of money (for a charity). The cool thing is everybody thinks there awsum. go 2 supplycaptain.com and click on 550 paracord to order some. some kids at our school now officialy collect them. we sell them 4 $3. theres an instructable 4 it 2 iz a lota fun!!!!

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Weissensteinburg

9 years ago

T shirts. You can buy packs of them for about a dollar a shirt. Make a design, print it out onto a transparency, cut it out, then use either spray paint or t shirt paint to paint each one.

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Batryn

9 years ago

Help?

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Batryn

9 years ago

Nice ! Just some electronics and I'll be done.

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its a lion

9 years ago

Sorry, can't help with the post, but when I first read it, I thought the title was "Smelling Things at School."

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Sunbanksits a lion

Reply 9 years ago

Like smelling crayons and notebooks and pencils...

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skunkbaitSunbanks

Reply 9 years ago

I think those might be the least of your olfactory concerns.

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Sunbanksskunkbait

Reply 9 years ago

Oh yes, especially after gym class...

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frollard

9 years ago

I sold cotton candy - if you can get access to a machine without renting one at exorbitant cost go for it - I made over 2 thousand dollars for the chess club in a year (only way I could be allowed to make that much money was to make it for a club) - we had some fun gadgets for a 'chess' club :D

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Rotten194frollard

Reply 9 years ago

There's an instructable on a cotton-candy machine.

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skunkbait

9 years ago

I used to sell pocket knives at school. But I think they frown on that these days.

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dombeef

9 years ago

how about from dealextreme.com (lol)

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westfw

9 years ago

One of by daughter's classmates was selling duct-tape things - wallets, roses, even a purse - to raise money for a charity. I don't know how successful it was, but *I* liked the idea (didn't buy anything though :-() There are a LOT of interesting wallet ideas here on instructables (it was a contest), and a fair number of duct-tape ideas...

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Batryn

9 years ago

Something people will buy, maybe electronic stuff, school supplies hyped up, unique food?

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jason1009

9 years ago

kites cans of foam string cds flash drive makeup

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guyfrom7upBatryn

Reply 9 years ago

we had a thing in our school called "market madness" where all the students and to manufacturer at least 25 items for only 3.00 dollars, and we sold them to see who could get the most profit. Ideas: huh, 5-10 bucks is a lot for something home made, how far away is it? Stuff for our fair was like 25 to 50 cents

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Batrynguyfrom7up

Reply 9 years ago

really? We use dollars, even up to 20. I just need to make something to sell. This is my first time, so I'm not sure what people will like, not like. etc