I am sick and tired of market managers that use vendors just to line their own pockets and make them look good. What about you? Advertisements
While I was taking pictures at a market this past weekend, I saw this really cute hand-made item that I took a couple of pictures of to share with you. The vendor in that booth accosted me and accused me of stealing from him. He was right, but in the wrong way.
We recently got a decent check from Blue Genie Art Bazaar but I still consider it a failure. Here’s why.
No job is safe anymore. What are you going to do?
I finally got the pictures uploaded from the Black Friday market at Flea at Silver Street in Houston, Tx. Enjoy!
We have been having issues with our labels. We print them on an expensive laser printer that we’ve had for several years. So we decided to invest $4000 in a real label printer.
Over the years, I’ve amassed a lot of cutoff lumber from all the projects that I’ve worked on. I also have a bad habit of buying stuff that I might need for a project one of these days. As a result, my shop has become cluttered and difficult to work in. Do you have a…
Being a vendor and selling your own creations is a lot of hard work with many obstacles. It is easy to get frustrated because a market doesn’t work out like you planned. Sometime, however, you are shocked because the market far exceeds what you had planned.
Yup. It’s a new year. What does 2019 have in store for you?
With a little over a week left until Christmas, I’m sure I’m not the only one feeling the pressure to get products to customers so they can wrap them and put them under the tree.