Resin jewelry, bottle chimes and crockery planters
What sells the best?
What markets do you trade at?
How did it all begin?
I began my love of designing resin jewelery when I was trying to find ways to encapsulate and present sea glass and shells my granny had collected over the years which came into my possesion after she passed away. I then moved onto experimenting with dried wild flowers and it went from there. The crockery planters started from my obsession with collecting quirky teacups and pots from op shops and my love of gardening.
What do you like most about being a stallholder?
The diverse range of clientele which, in a normal situation, may not have access to or even be interested in my product until they actually see it presented at my stall.
What do you like least about being a stallholder?
The setting up and packing away.
Where do you see yourself in 5 years time?
Expanding my product and venturing further to markets all over the state.
What one piece of advice would you give to a new stallholder?
Prepare in advance!
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