Sunday, June 14, 2009

Saturday market results

I had a fantastic day on Saturday at Sisters Market, no complaints. I had a great response overall for the day with a decent sum of sales and have had to remove some items from my Etsy shop. Which is great so now I can start with some new items.
My bookmarks went well and I nearly sold out which was great. I would be doing cartwheels if I completely sold out.

My transfers were a hit, and found a brand new customer wanting them. Three quarters of the women who bought them, bought for themselves!!! They wanted to funk up their own tshirts which was great, which makes me think really I should be doing the same. Become my own advertisement, what do you think? I am guessing after Saturday the products are quite ageless, and has set my head into a spin with other ideas.

Thanks also to Nikki from My Black Cardigan for taking the time to come and say hi to me.

I also got to meet Jay from Finki, even her mum came and said hi to me. Jay was also a stall holder on Saturday. Jay's products are so cool there were quite a few things I liked, especially her scissor holders. I am thinking of purchasing some I just need to work out which ones. However before I do so I MUST clean out my studio/study as it looks like a bomb has hit it. These scissor holders I think will be my reward.Fancy Floral Scissor holderNana's best scissor holder

I also love this sticky note holder. I love sticky notes they are always posted on something to help my brain remember. I actually adore this print.

Adhesive/sticky note holder, chocolate dots.

There are so many cool things check out her shop.

Thanks again girls for dropping by :)

Ky x


Finki (jay) said...

Thank so much for your lovely comments, I can't wait to make Finny shirt no.2 featuring a special tiges n' weince giraffe. and lucky I got in early to get some book marks, I would have missed out otherwise!

Nikki @ My Black Cardigan said...

So great to hear the market was a success for your Kylie. A reward for all your time, effort and hard work. And it was just as lovely to met you in person as it has been in blogs!