Saturdays at home from now on
It was like Christmas getting up at 6:30am to finish sewing all the newly designed fabric dolls and packing everything up to go to the market. I was so excited.
I had a lot of fun putting everything out on the table, it was quite an impressive display if I do say so myself. My booth was in the shade so I was freezing cold for half of the morning but when the sun moved above the tree I warmed right up.But I'm sad to report that although it was really a fun experience, financially it was a major waste of time! After all of the fees to sign up I only made a profit of 18$. I spent hours and days of time getting ready, not to mention the expense of supplies and packaging. I may do this again once or twice but there is no way I'll be doing this every Saturday. Yeah I probably shouldn't give up after one try but it was incredibly unprofitable especially when it came to time. It lasts four hours. that is a long chunk of the day, not to mention the prep time during the week. So I have all this stuff now, whatever shall I do with it? :) Well I am going to have a huge Little Lola's shop update! Later next week when I finish everything , including the oh so secretive Papier mache girl, I am going to have a big update full of surprises and new products! Ok ok I won't torture you I'll put a date and time on it, lets say Friday May 16th 3pm mountain time. He he, here comes that Christmas-y excitement again! :) :) Happy Mothers day to all of you mothers out there! And Happy Mothers day to my mom and mom in-law! I love you! Cherrs!