Possibly selling homemade tombstones for the first time
Good afternoon everybody. I'm a new member and first time poster, so please forgive me if I commit any faux pas with my first post.
Like most, if not all of us, I have been making my own yard decorations for the past several years, and have over time gained a certain degree of proficiency at it. My favorite projects are anything that involves crafting/carving from foam board. I make tombstones (don't we all), signs, facades, etc.
So far, I have only focused making my decorations for myself, to spiff up my own yard and my office. However, after this year's yard haunt, for the first time ever I received a request from somebody to make some tombstones for them. Given the amount of time and effort involved, I'm inclined to expect to be paid for them (assuming I agree to it). Since I've never sold any of my homemade decorations before, and I'm far from a professional, I have no idea what would be a fair price to ask for them. Obviously I would want to cover the cost of the materials, but as far as what my time and work is worth, I haven't the foggiest.
Has anybody else ever sold their tombstones to others before? If so, can anybody suggest what would be considered a fair asking price? I'm not greedy, and I'm not looking to get rich or rip anybody off, but I do feel that my time and effort would be worth some degree of compensation. Any advice would be greatly appreciated.