have you got some pics so we can admire them and then judge for prices
Agree that just doing 5 chocs and charging £1.50 is a better idea. Would be a good gift for people to buy for teacher/helper/neighbour/distant aunt. Think if you put in 10 chocs, you should charge more and therefore don't think people would buy them.
Spidermama - you are very right about people not wanting to spend much at school events - and it's not just during the current credit crunch either, I'm afraid.
My friend and I spent a month or more one year hand making beaded wire decorations in heart and star shapes. She provided all the beads and the fine wire, and some Swarowski crystals too, and we both covered our fingers in little holes from the wires, making about 70 beautiful and unique decorations.
We priced them between £1 and £2.50 - the majority were between £1 and £1.50, with only the ones that had a Swarowski crystal going up to £2.50. To be honest, I think they were cheap at those prices - they'd have been far more expensive at a craft fair, imo - especially the ones my friend made, because she is a truly skilled and artistic person.
On the day, only a handful sold, because people seemed to think that items at a school christmas bazaar should cost next to nothing even if they are handmade and cost far more than that to make! We felt it was a really cheapskate attitude