here. I thought I would never do another craft fair but have decided to, after being offered an opportunity to do so.
This time the event is going to be held in a hospice. I am happy to pay the £25.00 table fee as I see it being a donation to a good cause. The event is being held in November so I will be able to take Christmas themed items and more importantly I am allowed to sell items of jewellery that I have made whereas I wasn't allowed to at the other craft fair.
I am excited and nervous all rolled into one! I really do hope that we have enough buying visitors that make it all worthwhile. This time round my stall will look completely different to the more rustic one I did before. I am looking at using a cream table covering and using lots of lights and mirrors to give it a magical feel. I should have enough weeks to practise!
Being that it is a hospice I am trying to be mindful of what sort of things to sell. I want to sell joyous and uplifting things. So far I have only made the bubble aurora bracelets using a variety of different coloured beads. They are so pretty and full of rainbows.
Any ideas of what I could make to sell? I look forward to your suggestions.