Valentine goodies and shop update

YWCA Trunk Show

I think I have finally recovered from my little trunk show. Being the introvert I am, it is still AMAZING to me how exhausting these shows are. You’d think I’d be used to it by now, going into my 4th season of art show madness. All the prep work, the set up, the show and then the take down.

I am still learning and finding my comfort zone in interacting with people.  There is a very special finesse in selling your art.  I am not a pusher, hard seller, or information slammer.  I mostly keep my fingers crossed that my art will sell itself and I am just there for support, questions and mild encouragement if needed. Still working on small talk, but I think I am getting better and feeling more comfortable. Smiling a lot is my default.

The three days before the show are always the craziest (especially with one kid and one dog  sick and needing care), and you just always think you have more time than you do to get everything done. Of course, it all got done and it all went well!

Love Art by Regina Lord

Here are some of the things I featured at the show.  A few art plaques, mini wall ornaments and lots of new art pendants.

Love Art by Regina Lord

Art Pendant Necklace by Regina Lord

I have added many new items into  my etsy shop. Please hop on over to take a look.  If you see anything you like, use coupon code LUVLUV for 15% off your order!

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3 Responses to Valentine goodies and shop update

  1. angella says:

    I am so glad it went well Regina. Your new goodies are exquisite! I can so relate to the selling part and to how much these shows take out of one!!!! I hope you get a break to relax and recalibrate! much love

  2. christy says:

    way to go! it is such hard work, even for those of us extrovert artists, so give yourself a big pat on the back and sit back with some good chocolate and a cuppa!

  3. Thanks for sharing about your shows. You have a great display! I find it hard to talk to people at shows and do a LOT of smiling too.

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