10a Alabama Arts + Craft Fair (Nov)

It’s our second time to join 10a Alabama Arts + Craft Fair this year. First one took place last July. We had a booth for a day in the previous one so we decided to sell for 2 days this time. And we did the right choice. This craft fair is by far the most fun and appropriate for indie sellers like us.

Girls love our sleeping maks

Taken by Lorra of Stars For Dreams

1. New collection of sleeping masks 2. Earth supports handmade 3. Sab’s postcard 4.  (Few) Loots! 🙂

I.am.handmade  Japanese doll

My camera button was busted so I wasn’t able to take a lot of photos. Sadness. Anyhow, the event was filled with more craft makers/sellers this time. I heard it’s the biggest line up ever. We also saw new and old goers. It seemed our craft fair experience leveled up after this. We got to chat more and promote the advocate. Good thing about the fair was people are interested to chat about your creations. They appreciate the effort, passion, and time that we give upon making it. Some of them get inspired as well. They want to begin their own craft even just a hobby.

A new collection of sleeping masks was launched at the fair such as fox, hamster, and raccoon designs. Our hipster glasses were the best-sellers though. Surprisingly, all our plushies were sold out especially Totoro and pug pillows. Some went back the next day to get their own. We couldn’t be any happier.

Our friends from Designer’s Crib Interior Graphics made their way to join in the event, too. They sold handmade pouches, tote bags, wall decals, and designer pillows. Click their photo on the right side bar to be redirected to their fanpage.

Curious bee by Sab Palmares

We’d like to thank all the buyers, supporters, friends, and fellow crafters as well as the organizers of 10a Alabama.

Let’s continue supporting handmade by attending this kind of event. See you next year.

Love,

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