I’ve been working day and night (at least it feels like it) in preparation for a few holiday craft fairs this season (hence the blog neglect). Although I now have a good amount of inventory in stock, there’s always this hovering feeling that I should make just a few more items. Well, just a few ended up becoming fifteen more books this weekend alone.
I’m exhausted (in addition to spending every waking moment doing something creative and productive, I’ve been travelling A LOT for the pesky day job), but I can’t stop producing. I have thi paranoid fear of running out of stock at a show and looking like a complete loser – a highly unlikely scenario, but one that keeps me up at night nonetheless. I’m totally Type A, no question.
Anyway, I thought I’d share more info on the evil craft fairs that have made me so paranoid. If you’re in the area, stop by and say hi. These are great opportunities to find unique, handmade gifts at pretty decent prices.
Saturday, November 27, 11 am to 5 pm – Crafternoon Tea
Crafternoon Tea takes place in Toronto’s charming Leslieville neighbourhood – check out their Facebook page for more details and a vendor list.
Wednesday, December 1st, 9 am to 6 pm – CBC Charity Craft Sale
[You may have noticed my LP journal on the poster – *blush*!] The CBC craft sale will take place in the Canadian Broadcasting Centre’s large atrium. You can find more info and a complete vendor list here.
I’ve gotta get back to work – there’s still a few hours left before bedtime… It’s amazing how productive I can be when I’m under pressure (even if it’s paranoid, self-inflicted pressure)!