Surprisingly, the mall at Robinson was my first show in my hometown! It was nice to not have to have a four hour drive on the way home this time. Bracelets were definitely popular, check out these decked out arms! She wanted to bring presents for all of her friends in Florida, and decided to wear them all until she got home.
Strawberry Days was so much fun! EveryRings were a HUGE hit and I loved seeing all the girls walking around wearing them by the end of the festival. It was my first time at this festival and I definitely think it was a big success, so hopefully you will be seeing me and my hot pink tent there next year. I don't think I could pass up the opportunity to get some more of those Amish donuts...
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The Lilac Festival was great! This was my first show with my Square credit card reader, which turned out to be a huge success. It was funny watching customers' reactions when I asked if they would like their receipt texted or emailed to them! Lilac was definitely the biggest show I've been to. There were so many people, and so many other booths around. I definitely want to return to the Lilac Festival next year. See you there!
While I am not traveling to arts festivals, I like to attend the Pittsburgh Flea. With their friendly atmosphere (and free setup help!) I enjoy going there on the Sundays I am in Pittsburgh. Their website, www.pittsburghflea.com, has recently posted about me on their home page. Thanks guys! Hopefully I will be in town July 18th, so come stop by!
Over the past weekend, I attended the Ellicottville Arts Festival. It was a quaint town, with amazingly crafty people I must say. I had a great time and enjoyed the experience of participating with my new hot pink tent and the display I created. While I was there, I found the Holiday Shoppe, which will now be carrying my products. If you are in Rochester N.Y. over the weekend (July 10-11) I will be at the Corn Cob Arts Festival, near Corn Hill. Hope to see you there!
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