Several years ago I got together with my good friend (who was a “Mary Kay” cosmetics rep), and organized a holiday shopping and fundraiser show. It was hosted at a local assisted living home for elderly people. The show was open for the general public to come and shop, and it ran from 4 p.m. […]
I got in touch with this panel of experienced jewelry artists, and I asked each of them: “What’s one thing you wish you’d known when you first started selling your work at events?” Their generous answers are a treasure trove of tips and experience: ———— Karen Wolffis: How much work and effort goes into a […]
In An Unexpected Blessing at a Holiday Show (a True Christmas Story), I shared one of the great experiences I’ve had with doing jewelry shows at an assisted living center for elderly people. I highly recommend giving this type of show a try. In addition to having a good selling venue, you’re also providing a wonderful […]
Two experienced jewelry artists, Cheryl Feyen and Jeanette Ivins, sent in some excellent insights on doing outdoor shows. Their helpful tips are in response to this question and answer: Should She Sign up for This Show? A jewelry artist asked, Question: “There is a big show coming up, and they guarantee at least 5 thousand […]
By seeing opportunities creatively, Elizabeth had a banner jewelry sales day. Includes a cute photo showing her results!