Make It is over and I’m still reeling. It was an amazing experience. I’d been quite terrified of the scale of the event, but needn’t have been. I have come out with renewed faith in my ability to communicate my craft to people, as well as a new appreciation for my strong points and my weak points. I now know exactly what I want my booth to look like at the next craft fair, and how to do it. It wasn’t a bad booth for a first time, though.
And yes, I broke even, in fact, way more than even so I’m pretty stoked.
Thanks for everyone who made it happen and I hope to keep being a part of it in the future!
Also – starting an etsy store. I’ve just put up a few mugs and my gorgeous red pitcher for sale.
Taking pictures of my stuff is challenging, me and my black glazes. “Use natural light” they say. Hello World… I’m in Vancouver, and my place faces north. Still, we’ve been having some sub zero temperatures and clear days, so I didn’t do too badly, I think.
We’ll wait and see how it goes.