Registered: January 14, 2004 Location: Posts: 2050
Wed, Sep 28, 2005 @ 5:19 AM
Looks great! How did you do at it if you don't mind me asking. I always have a hard time chosing between selling and promoting. All of your projects look fabulous and the table looks awesome too. Hope you sold a ton!
Registered: July 13, 2004 Location: Connecticut Posts: 646
Wed, Sep 28, 2005 @ 7:31 AM
Wow! My first stop would be to your table, this looks great! You did an awesome job with the variety of gifts, young and old....less expensive smaller items and affordable larger gifts(I assume), bags to keep it all in....Wow! Hope you knocked their socks off and got some leads as well!
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Registered: May 28, 2003 Location: Dancing in the streets Posts: 1805
Wed, Sep 28, 2005 @ 7:48 AM
Thanks for sharing. Getting me motivated!!
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Registered: May 5, 2003 Location: Fort Lee, NJ Posts: 20
Wed, Sep 28, 2005 @ 11:35 AM
AWESOME!!! That's a wonderful display and all your items look so professional! Do you mind sharing how you you did at the show? I mean how much you sold and if your costs for the whole thing was more than paid off. Sorry to be nosy but just curious cause your workmanship is excellent and I would certainly follow the way you do craft fairs and make mine look professional too. What a great example you are to us!
Registered: July 17, 2004 Location: Melbourne, Florida Posts: 2124
Mon, Oct 03, 2005 @ 9:50 PM
Hi, thanks for the compliments. I left with about $100 from the 8 hour church craft fair. Most people just looked. However, my 97 year old grandma invited me to sell at her independent living facitlity craft fair a few weeks later. I left there with over $200, all for about 3 hours work. The rest of the stuff was used in swaps or as gifts. Craft fairs were a good experience, but fortunately, I have gotten it out of my system. It was not a money maker for me (at least not the first one). I think it is great to do at least one of them. I did get two bookings, both from other vendors selling home made cards at the church bazaar!
Registered: July 6, 2004 Location: Colorado Posts: 24135
Mon, Oct 10, 2005 @ 11:49 PM
Your set up is so organized and gorgeous! Great work, Amy!
Hi, Your display is awesome. We are having a bazaar at church and I have to provide some items as I am in the craft group. Could you e-mail what you charged for each item as I am clueless as to what to charge and be fair. I am a Demonstrator and would appreciate any help you can give us. Our bazaar is in December and lasts each Sunday for four weeks so we do need a number of items. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance. My e-mail is VJebsen49@aol.com