What should you Charge for Glitter Tattoos
A Glitter Tattoo Station is great for a bulk supply of Glitter, Glue, and initial 300 tattoo stencils. This initial investment can seem like alot, but if you price the glitter tattoos correctly, you can turn it into a great fundraiser.
If you’re at a fair or someplace where prices are generally high $4 to $6 is a good price range. If this is for a low budget event, then $1 to $3 would be a good price range.
If you purchase from HeathScientific.net theÂ approximateÂ prices would be:
- Glitter Station: $300
- Glitter Tattoo Stencils: $3 (for 10 stencils)
- Shipping: $13
Keep in mind that the Glitter Tattoo Station has enough glue and glitter for 1,300 tattoos but only enough stencils for 300. You will only have to purchase additional stencils to make 1,000 more tattoos.
Online Glitter Tattoo Station Calculator
Disclaimer: This calculator should not be taken as a guarantee for sales or revenue.
Where you can get supplies
For stencils, glue, glitter, or the full station – HeathScientific.net sells all of those products at very fair prices.
Ordinary fundraisers just aren’t cutting it anymore. For high returns, you need something fun, exciting, and extraordinary: you need Glitter Tattoo Station by Glimmer Body Art.
Costing less than $1 each, these bright, bold tattoos come with high quality glue and last over a week. These Glimmer TattoosÂ are the premier glitter tattoos on the market. They are US dermatologist tested, hypoallergenic, and non-toxic.
Each kit comes with enough stencils to make 300 professional tattoos, but there is plenty of glue and glitter to make at least 1300 tattoos–just add more stencils!
When planning your next fundraiser, consider Glimmer Tattoos for high return and lots of fun.
They also come in smaller kits with enough supplies for 15 tattoos.
In School Science Store
With the reduction in state funds, the need to raise money through other methods has become even more important. Science is a subject that can’t be fully appreciated when limited to text books and worksheets. One of the keys to teaching young students is camoflage. When the student is engaged, enjoying the activity, creating and problem solving, they forget that they are supposed to be learning. These instances are where some of the greatest lessons are learned.
When approached properly, science is easy to make interesting……but it isn’t free. The students benefit greatly from using real science equipment, beakers….graduated cylinders…microscopes….live animals…pipets and test tubes. As educators, one goal should be to create young scientists and prepare them for the world they will find.
I often hear that “My school can’t afford these items.” With some hard work, outfitting a science lab can be achieved. Heath Scientific has been providing fundraising options to teachers, PTO’s and school organizations for 10 years. Create excitement and interest in your science program by setting up an Exploration Fair. Your school will ask volunteers (parents are great resources) to help run a retail store for a week. The store has science experiments, rocks, fossils and educational toys that excite the students and raise funds for your school.
Set up an online store at error and encourage students and parents to visit the site for birthday and christmas presents or for science fair projects. The items are shipped directly to the customer and you do not have to distribute any merchandise. Your organization receives a percentage of all sales.
Heath Scientific also provides bulk packages that allows your organization to make up to 80% profits. Use the profits earned to buy real science equipment that can be used for many years.
Don’t let money stop you from providing your students a top notch science classroom.