Craft fairs are a weird thing for me. I only usually go if someone else I know is planning on going so that I at least know I will have someone to chat with. In my experience, that's pretty much all I end up doing. There's a small sale here and there, but I am in awe of the people who are able to use craft fairs as supplemental income.
Let me also state that I took ONE photo of my booth, as reference mostly, I had been instructed once to send a picture of a past fair set up when I applied to a holiday fair several years ago...you never know when you'll need proof. For some reason, my computer (that I already hate because of how loud the hard drive is and how slow it is to do ANYTHING) won't recognize the files. So i can see my latest pics on my camera, but not on my computer...which is not helpful at all. Technology and me...we are not friends. Never have been, and I fear never will be.
Which makes me sad, since I would love to some day be able to, at least, make some part time money online. I get nervous when I fire up the ol' laptop to check my etsy site, just to end up sitting for 30 minutes waiting for the darn thing to stop creaking! I suppose my troubles could be solved with a bigger budget, but that's just not happening right now.
So, I have no pictures from the fair. The first day was so cold near the end that I didn't want to go back for the second day. I had sold a few things to friends who came to support me and local artists, but only one snowflake to a stranger. Same thing next day...friends showed up, lots of people lingered, and even came back for a second look, but nothing major. One of the ladies who runs the fair apparently does all her Christmas shopping at the fair. She bought my last 8 snowflakes!
That means, back to work on those! Last year, I never got them up on my Etsy shop, because they all sold at the bakery. This year, I was planning on bringing leftover fair flakes to the bakery and making a bunch for etsy. Now I'll be making snowflakes non-stop for the next two weeks!
Now I'm considering a couple other fairs this winter, to see if I can snag a few more holiday sales. But that means more time off work, so we'll see.