Oh, did I mention I got the spot right by the door? Chilly but SOOOO worth it! I sold more than I was hoping for!
I would've planned differently if I would've know how big my space was (bigger than the allotted 9'x9' I paid for!) but I made do with what I had. I arranged it so people might very well want to walk right through the center of my booth. And, they did. Some also got confused if one of the tables was my stuff, but I assured them it was.
Some kiddos walked a little too close to some of the signs on the floor and knocked a few over, but I made sure nothing super precious was down there. That's the good thing about rustic and distressed ... a little bit of kid or klutzy adult (a.k.a. me) won't hurt a thing. It'll just add to the charm.
|my spot at the Market (main entrance to the right of the pic)|
|(sorry, Sharla, Jeremy didn't tell me that my collar was curled up!)|
|Christmas wreath plaques and barnwood frames|
|my clocks were the first to go!|
|this one didn't sell, so it's staying in the family. :-)|
|handmade lumberyard receipt box from the 1940s...|
|...turned chalkboard message center. (Didn't sell either but I love it!)|
|My mason jars looked super cute but only sold 1. Out of 30. Oops.|
|German bakery sign!|
|isn't the mint green ricer so cute?|
|love this old kitchen scale|
|signs and hangers (and pearls)|
|paper wreaths went over well too! Made 6, sold 4.|
I got lots of compliments from friends and strangers, so that made me feel good, of course. I was already pleased with the set-up job and my work, so the compliments and my spot sealed the deal! Thanks to everyone who came, who bought, encouraged me through the process, helped with the projects, gave me ideas ... for all of your support! I couldn't have done it without you all. Seriously.
(And, in case you are wondering, I wore the thrifted striped gray and blue shirt dress the first day and my vintage navy polka dot dress the next. I loved that I had something to dress up for... )