Wednesday, April 27, 2011

How the Blim show went

Last weekend I participated in the Easter Blim market at the Heritage Hall on Main St. This is the first artisan sale I had done since the Steveston Craft Sale. I had been planning to do this show with my sister who owns Super Nova Designs for months now. I had heard good things about the show as a low risk venue with a loyal set of handmade buyers. was a bust for me. I sold some fridge magnets to the vendor across from us but other than that, I only got a lot of lookers and no buyers. My table was tucked around a corner at the far end of the building and I feel as though we had less foot traffic than the other tables. Over all the show wasn't well attended but I found it to be a great experience and we were able to learn a lot from it.

I thought I would show you a bunch of photos of the sale and some of my fellow vendors. What do you think of our table? My biggest purchase for the table was a rotating necklace rack from a closing consignment shop.

Some funky finds

Tempting pastries

The sweetest hand-felted birds

My cousin who is also an artist

The fantastic food we ate

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