|I drew these paper dolls and quiet books several years ago for my kids. I copied them so I could make more when they wore the first batch out. Then I decided they would be a good thing to sell as all of the time that was going to be invested in them was already spent. The binder in front is a sample that shows all of the pages in each of the sets. I plan on having a little table set up with some finished paper dolls and folder games on it for kids to play with at the next craft fair. Hopefully that will help with their sales.|
|This is the section for my hubby's business. Can you guess what he does?!? :) You can also see in the background where I was working on some new Easter Eggs while we sat there.|
|The other half of my polymer clay stuff. I plan on a completely different setup for the next event.|
|And this is the third business that I was advertising. It's a local informational website that my sister-in-law and I started recently.|
For a while, I was the only one in our booth and so as the customers were walking along in front of it I was answering questions about the paper dolls, then telling them about my daughter making the goodies, then giving them information about the computer repair, then talking about polymer clay, then giving information about our website. I guess it's a good thing we weren't real busy. I wouldn't have been able to keep up with more than one customer in our booth at a time.