So crazy me, I agreed to do a handmade show then assumed that I wouldn’t be accepted.
Why did I assume that I wouldn’t be accepted?
Well, I know that many handmade shows require the artist to have built a solid fan base of fans and customers and a polished brand, as well as good product images.
I have none of these things.
So naturally, I assumed that I wouldn’t be approved.
I was wrong.
Turns out that for this show, that didn’t matter.
The location has great foot traffic, so all that was needed was having a polished look and products that weren’t exactly the same as everyone else.
I am still crazy for saying yes!
I don’t have a polished brand. I don’t have anything made for the show. I don’t have signs, tags, or business cards.
What I do have is 3 weeks to create all of that on a $0 budget.
Want to see how I do?
I have decided to write about it here as I go.
The Countdown is on!
For the next post check out this one: Preparing for my first Handmade Show 2
You can find the 3rd post in this series here: Planning for my First Artisan Fair