5 Dec 2012

Market Lady


Last weekend was my first market stall-holder experience, it was hard work but fun!
I had prepared by organising special display stands for the trays and I made signs and little cupcakes to tempt customers to my table, I think my stand looked really good!

Just before the market I got this new product, the peacock notebook, they are really lovely! Will show more photos and add them to my web shop soon.

Here's me on the second day of the market, that was the day I enjoyed the most. It was quite good sales wise and my neighbour stall-holder was a really nice lady called Fiona who sells handmade jewellery and stationary under the name Belle Cards and Gifts.

I will be back at Craft Jam market this Fri+Sat (the 7th and 8th) and I am selling my trays at a special discounted market price, so come on down to Kingly Court, off Carnaby Street and get some unique xmas gifts!

Photo courtesy of bourgeois-boheme.com

6 Comments:

cb said...

Your stuff looks great! Glad the market went well for you. It is always so exciting to sell your hard work. Hope the next one is even better!!!
Xo,cb

Emily Baker said...

I need to purchase something asap. Waiting for my paycheck!! haha

Messy said...

I absolutely love being in markets! You meet so many different people and vendors...that's the best part of having a handmade shop...selling!

Your table looks great!
Cheers,
Messy

Jenna said...

Your stand is so pretty and I love all of your designs... the notebook would make the perfect Christmas gift for a girlfriend :) I would definitely have bought my weight in gold!

xxx
Jenna

Jennifer Skelly said...

It looks great Lisa! I hope one day I can visit your market stall... how fun! x

Janette said...

Oh my! Congrats on a great market day! Wishing you much success in your artsy endeavors Lisa! I know you shall succeed!


♥Janette
http://janettethejongleur.blogspot.com

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