Have recently been involved with a craft market called "made on the left" with my trusty partner in crime Melissa. We had about 5- 6weeks to plan everything, suss out what we wanted to sell etc.
I decided to sell some prints. Framed and unframed. I also dabbled in some crafts, made my own coasters, decorated them with some photography and drawings of my own. Sold some other bits and bobs. The weather was crazy on the day. Very windy and rainy and stormy, luckily everything was indoors and the public still rocked up. My coasters went off like a frog in a sock! Sold them all! I must say I was rather chuffed.
I always love the feedback you get from people, some are really interested in what you do and how you create your stuff. Loved yapping on about things with ze public.
Here are some photos of the day, our stall setup and some of the little trinkets I sold.
I've started to see crazy things. Skeleton gloves on display in Woolworths for $2.00, dancing pumpkins singing "moves like jagger", budget lollies with questionable content but HEY they're shaped as brains & limbs so why not. ITS THAT TIME OF YEAR. Where our little country embraces quite the American holiday, and we do it kind of OK. Kid's will knock at my door and I'll hand them an apple. House parties will be organised, any excuse to dress up as a complete goof and get "MuNted" ... and I can finally chuck eggs at some neighbours I be hatin' on and get away with it. Win. So HAPPY HALLOWEEN EVERAY BODAY. Hope it's a gruesome one