|The Farm Store, Rte 60 and Bares Wood Road between Lexington and Buena Vista, VA|
|It is a cute little place!|
The wheels in my little ole brain started turning and I thought, "hey, maybe I can put some of MY stuff here..." I'm pretty shy about this kind of thing, but as I was checking out with my fresh veggies, I took a deep breath, closed my eyes, and asked how one becomes a vendor. I'm so glad I asked! She gave me an application, I completed it over the weekend and printed out some pages from my ETSY store so she could see my stuff, and took it by to her yesterday. She approved me on the spot (YAY!) so I went by at lunch today to set up my spot.
|My little spot, right under the window! (and beside the potatoes - hee, hee, hee!)|
|Crayon rolls (making these is like eating potato chips for me - can't make just one!), Scrabble tile earrings, upcycled denim bookmarks and business cards|
|Half aprons made from upcycled pillowcases and table scarves. I need to go back and take a photo of the orange apron with embroidery - it is one of my all-time favorites!|
I didn't take much, just the stuff I've made lately that isn't in my ETSY shop - 3 aprons, 7 crayon rolls, 7 pairs of Scrabble tile earrings, a mini quilt and some bookmarks. And business cards, of course. I am so excited, and hope that someone who wanders in there likes my stuff, but even if I never make a sale, I am so proud of myself for getting over my fear of putting my creations out there (and possibly being critiqued or poorly received). As the old adage goes, nothing ventured, nothing gained!