North Van Craft Fair – Photo from North Vancouver Arts Council
Exciting news! We’re going to be popping up in North Vancouver on Wednesday July 1st Canada Day Celebration along with other local artists at Waterfront Park in North Vancouver (the park is located just a few steps west of Lonsdale Quay).
Live in North Vancouver, or surrounding area? Come meet your soap maker! I will be there all day from 11-4. I’m looking forward to seeing you! For more event information, check out the North Vancouver Arts Council Website: http://nvartscouncil.ca/events/craft-fairs
I recently had a couple of chances for some really important feedback. The first was positive. I put my products in front of a jury for the first time and they were judging on presentation, packaging, originality, scent, price point, etc. I felt on top of the world having been approved to be in my city’s Craft Fair and I was relishing in their kind words. The other situation wasn’t as positive. I had shipped some product and I was upset to hear that they didn’t meet their expectations. It caused me to take a step back and I actually started wondering if I should even do my Little Soapy Biz stuff any more. Yep, I’m that dramatic.
As a person that is always striving to make the best natural goodies that not only works for myself, for my family, for my friends and for people I’ve never met; it was hard for me to receive some critical feedback since I put my heart and soul into this! I usually get really positive feedback and feel so proud of what I create. Heck, I use this stuff everyday and so do many others. I just haven’t had too much negative feedback and I’m used to being the main one criticizing my own work and then improving on it! However, I really appreciate it when people are candid and honest with me. While it may have taken me aback at first, I began to strategize on how to make those particular products even better.
I’m super excited to share that myself and 3 other artists have created a pop-up event at the Edge Cafe in Vancouver! This is my first official show and I’m incredibly excited about it! It will be on Saturday November 22, 2014.
If you are able to attend, you will find local handmade items and special one-of-a-kind gifts so that you can check off some of your holiday shopping early or get some goodies for yourself. We will also have live music and food and bevvies available from the cafe. Fancy a latte, or a glass of wine while you peruse? They’ll have it!
For more details, the latest information or to simply RSVP for the free admission event, click the link below.