Tuesday, November 23, 2010

CRAFT BAZAAR 2010

The Craft Bazaar of 2010 is now history.

This is taken just before opening on Saturday morning.  Do you think we could cram any more stuff on these shelves?
We actually downsized our space from a 10'x20' space to a 10'x10'space. 
BIG MISTAKE.
  It got so crowded with people trying to get in that I am sure we lost customers who just got tired of waiting.






Here are my anxious? workers, they were ready for the rush...I think.
More items crammed into every available space.


This was taken just before closing on Sunday afternoon.
Sorry about the awful pictures, my camera wasn't cooperating


This may be part of the reason the second day was so slow.  The bazaar opened at 11:00 a.m. and the snow started falling around 11:30.
This was the scene when we were loading up to head home.  Luckily for us the temperature stayed above freezing for our hour and a half trip home.

7 comments:

Tina❀ said...

I love, love, LOVE IT!! Oh my how lucky your customers were.

Jessica & Paul said...

Thanks for posting the pictures Connie! You know I hear about the bazaar all the time from mom, and have always wondered what it looked like!

Amy @ Keep'n The SunnySide said...

Wow.. I knew you ladies were going to have a fabulous booth! Looks like they just about cleaned you out too. All that hard work paid off. Time to relax Connie, you deserve it.

Saimi said...

Oh my gosh Connie! I knew you would have a sell out!! Ok, so the red Merry Christmas rectangle plate is adorable...Would love that!

So are you going to do individual pictures of what you have left so I can do some shopping??

The snow was crazy over here and I was so hoping for a school closure but no such luck!

Beverly @ The Buzz said...

You had some beautiful stuff! How'd you do with sales? Planning a giveaway soon? ;-)

Janiece said...

What a fun booth...
I love it!

Wish you were closer.

Christine said...

Your booth looked great as always. Now that I think about it your booth was crowded when it was bigger too, maybe you need triple the size! :) You do such a great job!!!