Anyway, it was another great experience, and I have to say craft fairs do not fill me with the dread they used to - I was so worried before my first one whereas this time round I was much more blasé. By the end of the year I'll be a dab hand at this!
As always there were some lovely other stalls to have a peek at - I really like all of Emma's work - her business is called Knickerbocker Glories and she makes cushions, brooches, bags and purses from vintage and recycled materials. I bought one of her purses the last time I met her but here's a quick peek at some of her cushions:
|Click on the picture to go to the Knickerbocker Glory website|
|Clickety-click on the pic to see more...|
I did however, spend much of my day up on my own stall, and, despite the weather, did get to meet some new people, talk about my mosaics and sell a few bits. My most popular items seem to be my mosaic coasters but I got a lot of comments and questions about my pendants too, which always makes me happy as I get to talk about something I love doing! Thought I'd share a few photos here too. If you would like to see more photos of the day, please go over to A Glamourous Affair's facebook page to see them.
|Mosaic coasters seem to be my best seller. They are £6.50 each.|
|I really like my mosaic pendant 'tree' display. This heart-shaped pendant|
got lots of comments.
|My bunting has a name on it now! Me at my stall... trying to be photogenic but not succeeding!|
So there you have it - another craft fair survival story. I'm wondering when I should do the next one, but for now... I have beach bags to get making!