My first time as a vendor at the One of a Kind Spring Show was indeed a one of a kind experience!
For the past 5 days I have been calling the Direct Energy Centre home, sharing a booth space (aka The Pod, Quadrant or Island) with 3 other amazing artisans Lily from Soap Utopia, Matt of Matt Kowalski Photography and Leslie of Clayshapes.
Leslie Fruman of Clayshapes measuring our tiny space.
I used to attend the show as a shopper and over time have helped out a few vendors but I had always dreamed that one day I would be vendor at the show with my own jewellery. With the help of Etsy I was able to make this dream come true!
My Tiny Booth Space
The Etsy section was new to the spring show. It was a section showcasing 40 Artisans who all sell their works on the popular handmade marketplace website called Etsy. There was a lot of amazing things to see in this section and it seemed to always be a hub of activity during the duration of the show.
My overall experience at the show was a positive one. It was great to meet lots of new customers and receive tonnes of great feedback! I met fantastic artists – some new to the show who were in the same boat as me, and some veterans who had lots of great advice. Thank you to everyone who came out and popped by the SarahAnaDesigns booth! We can’t wait to do it all again next year!
Amazing Polaroid Transfers by Matt Kowalski Photography
“Keep Calm and Carry Balm ” Delicious Lip Balm by Soap Utopia