Sunday, 2 December 2007

Craft Fair

I was working at a craft fair today. It was for one of the local schools and very busy. I did quite well and cleared a lot of stuff that I had bought last year when I was doing more fairs. Really underpriced quite a lot of the stuff, but not the felt brooches, which have been selling well at work. This is a view of my table, before the sale started.
Here are my felt handbags and some scarves on my handbag stand. The polar bear got sold as did the little pink bag with the butterfly.
This is my glittery tree that I got in a sale at a local garden centre a couple of years ago. It is great for hanging Christmas decorations off. They sold very well today, as did the candles undernearth.

Here is a close up of the little bags I made from the Bubblyfunk Cybercrop and some that came from a Crafters Companion CD. I filled them with Celebrations. A few sold but not as many as I had hoped, given that they were only £1.00 and you would pay more than that for the gift bag at many places.
It was a good day overall and I met a lot of people I knew. One of my friends came in especially and it was good to see her as we used to work together, but she has now moved on and I miss her.


  1. Your stall looks really good-so many interesting things, and I love your twiggy display!

  2. Your stall looks fab Janice, I hope you managed to have some fun as well as it being hard work! Glad you sold a couple of bags, hope the polar bear is going to a lovely new home!

  3. What a lovely lot of fabby craft goodies you had for sale - glad it was a good event.

  4. Caroline, Bubbly Funk3 December 2007 at 23:48

    The stall does look lovely Janice and I do like your gold tree! Glad it went well for you.........


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