Yipee! Thanks soooooo much for this tutorial. I'm allergic to everything except air and go through kleenex like water so I'll be getting a heck of a lot of use out of this. And PS---your website is hella cute!!!
Hi! On September 11-13 I'm heading out to Boston to accompany a friend to the Boston Gift Show. She's an exibitor and has to man the booth everyday from 9-6. I on the otherhand will have the opportunity to peruse around the city. So my question for all you Bostonions out there...
What's there to see? Any fabulous shopping districts or fabric stores? Where would a crafty gal hang out?
Please let me know what you know...it's my first trip where I'll be all by my lonesome so I'm both excited and spooked!
We just recently registered our business and received our Tax ID. Now we're dizzy with all the wholesale options out there. It's heeeaven! Just a quick question for all you fellow business saavy gals...what's your favorite wholesale sites? Fabric especially. My current lova-- www.ahfabrics.com
I think so...they're cute! I like the use of buttons. Very unique. Maybe if it isn't too hard you could put the wire through all 4 button holes so it looks more like a button at first glance. Always keep in mind vintage buttons. Grandmas are great sources for all those 50's fabulous ones! Good luck & let us know when you start selling!
I'm in the same situation! I'm doing my first shows in November and want my booth to have a boutique feel. After much thought I really think it's better that way. I went to a few shows recently where EVERYONE has only one item. Or a variation of their item...if they sell paintings they also have postcards,etc. Which made me walk right on by--I think if there are more than one type of item it will catch more people's attention. Just like a store. Who would want to visit a store selling only one item? That's booooring. In my opinon. I wish us both luck & have fun crafting! Besides...I get bored easily and crafting only one type of item would bore me to tears. Gotta mix it up!