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1  UNITED STATES / Michigan / Coming to Lansing and looking for new crafty product!!! on: July 10, 2007 07:02:41 PM
Hi all.  I own a handcraft gallery in Wellington, New Zealand. www.junipergallery.blogspot.com I am coming for a short visit to Lansing (my sisters having a baby)and would love to find a select few handcraft artists goods to bring back to my shop. I'll be in the Lansing area from July 24th-Aug 5th so if you have anything to submit or know of a craft event I can attend to view any goods please feel free to contact me via email.  msgdalzell@xtra.co.nz

also if you know of any really cool design shops and or gallery in the Lansing or Detroit area please let me know. 

Many thanks,
Mindy  Smiley
2  CITY GUIDES FOR CRAFTSTERS / NEW ZEALAND / New Shop in Wellington (Not a Hobbit, silverfern or sheep in sight) on: February 06, 2006 07:18:38 PM
Hey good people of the world and maybe just New Zealand.  I am a fellow craftster www.sewcherry.net/handbags.html and I  am opening a bricks and morter shop.

Juniper @ 114 Riddiford street, Newtown,Wellington

I hope you'll all come to visit as I have heaps of other really great indie crafters items for sale. (the paper princess,vintage faerie,madame fancy pants and heaps more!) 
I'll have fresh flowers, handcraft gift and gallery. I also carry SUBLIME STITCHING for those SS freaks out there.  And rare and vintage fabric. 
So come and see me next time your in welly! Grin

AND if you are looking to wholesale or consign some of your crafty goodness send me a sample or info at sew@sewcherry.net

Mindy

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3  CITY GUIDES FOR CRAFTSTERS / NEW ZEALAND / New Zealand craft markets??? on: June 20, 2005 12:49:19 AM
I know there are markets in Auckland and Christchurch but I'd love to know of more around the country?
Do you?
 
4  CITY GUIDES FOR CRAFTSTERS / NEW ZEALAND / PR SWAP! New Zealand only! on: June 18, 2005 02:10:27 AM
Hey guys and gals!
Lets us NZ crafters band together and promote one another!
 


What is a Promo Trade/swap?
When you participate in a Promo Trade you will be sending your shop's promotional material to other shop owners with the agreement that you will include their promos in your customer orders, market stalls, charity events whatever. It benefits both sides since each shop is getting the word out to possible clients and supporting the indie business scene at the same time! Fun, huh?!

How this is going to work:
 members will sign up for the swap. You will have to send in your promo materials by July 18th. You will also have to include a Flat Rate Envelope ($4 postage)  with your promos. I will then evenly distribute the materials and ship the prepaid packages back out to everyone. Yeah!

What to send?
You've got quite a few options as far a buying promotional material goes. Look through some of the threads on PR and you'll find some great links to shop from. Some shops give out pencils or pens, buttons, erasers, stickers and much more.

If you're looking for something crafty to make and give out, you might want to check out the thread on crafty business ideas. With the right materials, the possibilities are endless. Small flyers (less than 1/4 a normal page) are also accepted.


I hope this has covered the general idea behind Promo Trades. If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact me.
_________________

 Grin Grin Grin
Mindy
Sewcherry.net
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