Four done, one to go.
I don’t think I have ever been more exhausted after an art show. It was a busy, busy, busy three day market, but also really fun! I think I slept most of yesterday away with a bit of an art show hangover.
I am so happy to have almost 4 weeks until the next show. I’ll have a little bit of time to focus on Thanksgiving and Christmas.
I will also have time to get some stuff into my etsy shop tonight and tomorrow (and possibly a little holiday sale- hint, hint)
I have 15 ornaments left, a few banners and some small, matted original art to add to the shop.
I am sorry to say that there are no owls and only 3 birds left, but I will be making more!
Congratulations on such a successful event! Your artwork looked great and so did your booth. ????
Whoops, that was my comment, not anonymous. And supposed to be a huge smiley face at the end… 😀
Your stand looks marvellous. It’s funny how looking is such a different thing from buying though. I have to be hugely committed to buy and I am so indecisive too so more often than not I don’t buy anything in person. Sometimes though I take online details and go back to their shop and dither at home until I know what I want. It can be embarrassing the amount of time I need for a purchase, (hanging around so long just gazing at the pretties makes me get flustered and feel like I am being a nuisance) so I tend just to have a little look and then move on. You have so many lovely things on your stand.
I like how you used the old suitcase to display! And it’s easy to put away and store! Good luck at the rest of your shows!
a few banners and some small, matted original art to add to the shop. I like all
Great display. Are the grid walls standing alone without being attached to anything? Any problems with wind once art is attached. I see great ideas but am at a loss as to how things stand up in the middle of “nowhere”.