|Last String of Markets for 2015|
The past 5 weeks had been the ultimate market fever, attending a market every weekend. More marketing practice meant less anxiety with each one, but still an equal amount of fussing over display. Unlike Goldilocks, not one set-up is ever ‘just right.’
|That Dapper Market, Dec 2015|
I have come to learn that it is best to rock up, assess the location of your spot and customise the display accordingly. If not rushed, I may even remember to take a snapshot of it.
Not sure why it took me up until the end of the year to re-paint my signage. I guess I needed a distraction and it isn’t called Procrastination for nothing; better late than never.
This time last year I was taking the pom pom bunting out to the market. Deja vu? The pom poms are as festive as it can get in my booth!
|Stirling Laneways, Dec 2015|
Of course it had to rain on my last market for the year. I’d rather the rain than 40-degree (Celsius) heatwave, to be honest, because I am grumpier than Grumpy Cat in sun and heat… I had a relatively good day despite being inconspicuously walled-up and dripping with rain. December 20th may be a little too close for Christmas shopping?
|Agapanthus in a teapot|
A lady broke the afternoon’s humdrum when she stepped right in and asked if this floral arrangement was for sale. I am attached to the teapot myself, unfortunately, but I do have hundreds of Agapanthus to spare! She did walk away disappointed…
|Pin board full of purses|
Still not sold out of purses, safe to say I can have a break from making things the next few months!
|Chicken burger at Miss Perez, Stirling|
Lastly this is how we typically end our Sunday market at Stirling, providing it was a profitable day: a delicious burger at Miss Perez. (If it was a bad day, and there can be bad days, it would be a trip straight home.)