Today was the Winnipeg Centre Vineyard Christmas Craft sale, my second sale of the season. Here is a few shots of my set up for this sale. My mini clothing line ornaments looked much bolder in person
The goal is to have a little bit of a different set up for each show I do, to make sure people who frequent local craft sales don't get bored seeing the same things over and over.
I have still been making creatures up until last night!
Just before doors opened I had a chance to look around a very wonderful and full room. The Vineyard church is set in an old manufacturing warehouse so it was a very large loft style room with 45+ crafters tables.
Across from me were the lovely ladies of Fille Crocheteuse.
Not only crafters featured at this sale but local foods as well including local honey products
A very clever wrist cuff display made from packing tape by Of Course You Can
Wonderful baking mixes and other products from The Good Food Co.
Baby bibs, blankets and more from Lilypad...
Jill Zurzolo and her great bags, dolls and baby shoes
I wish these little slippers were my size!
Leather feather earrings
Shiver Soaps that look good enough to eat
Wonderful looking homemade organic bread and salsa!
Super cute leather jewelry and goodies from Rikki McDougall
Homemade German baked treats
Recycled fabric kids wear and accessories from Heike Eidse
Clever displays and crafts from Urban Peasant
I loved the knitwear in takeout cups!
It was a wonderful afternoon and packed with excited shoppers. Marathon1981 was very excited and grateful to be a part of this fantastic community based show and will definitely be applying for next year.
If I took your photo and didn't include a link, please let me know where you can be reached! It was great to meet so many fellow crafters. Now to prepare for next weekend's TWO shows ... Crafty Minions on the 4th and This Ain't Your Grandmas Craft Sale Part two at the Park Theatre on the 5th!