Market Stall Roundup 2019

 

Within a month, I attended 5 markets in 2019. I met the organizers and stallholders. Plus, folks who like my artwork. It's been an enjoyable time participating at the markets.

Watch out for the 2020 market dates. See you there!

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A roundup of the 5 markets I attended in 2019

 

5 Christmas Makers Market

 

My fifth and last market for 2019 was the Christmas Makers Market.

The details were:

  • Saturday 14 December 2019
  • 10am - 3pm
  • Santa's Arrival Parade starts at 11am followed by free Santa Photos until 4pm
  • The Village
  • Bacchus Marsh Shopping Centre
  • 160-194 Main St Bacchus Marsh

 

On market day, the Best Seller was my 2020 Calendar for yourself and gifts.

Check it out 2020 Art and Abstract Wall Calendar

And, the request at recent markets, the Pink Breeze butterfly framed was there. Watch this space, it'll be available online soon.

The day started out on a positive note, as an Acceptance in the APS Digital Exhibition 2019 for Jester arrived not long after midnight.

And, it was a lovely market day in Bacchus Marsh.

I hung out with some new peeps, the organisers, and met some new folks who like my artwork.

Then, I had a photo opportunity with Santa Claus!

4 Williams Landing Makers' Market

 

Fourth was an outdoors market, Williams Landing Makers' Market.

And, the details were:

  • Sunday 8 December 2019
  • 10am - 3pm
  • Williams Landing Shopping Centre
  • 100 Overton Rd
  • Williams Landing Makers' Market

 

We had great sunny weather for market day.

I'm thankful to the organisers, and the makers & creatives that I got to hang out with.

And, the attendees that I interacted with during the day.

Also, it was my first outdoor market with a marquee.

Watch this space Williams Landing in 2020!

​The Marquee

  • The seller of the Red Track 3 m x 3 m temporary Pop-up Marquee used at the outdoor market is Mytopia.
  • I had dealt with Mytopia in the past, so I picked them again due to their after sales customer service.
  • I found, that the black marquee is ideal on sunny days as it created less glare than the white ones. Because, I am sensitive to sunglare due to migraines.
  • More details at Mytopia.

3 Manor Lakes Twilight Market

 

Thirdly  is the Manor Lakes Twilight Market.

And, the details were:

  • Friday 6 December 2019
  • 5pm - 9pm
  • Manor Lakes Community Centre
  • Manor Lakes Neighbourhood Market

 

I met some new stallholders, and bumped into some familiar faces from other markets.

And, met some folks who showed interest in my artwork.

Then, caught up with my family who came to support me.

Empey Jennifer 2020 Calendar

Best Seller

2 NEIS Craft Market

 

Secondly was the NEIS Craft Market at Holmesglen.

The details were:

  • Thursday 5 December 2019
  • 12pm - 3pm
  • TAFE Victoria Holmesglen, Chadstone Campus

 

A great sunny day for a craft market.

I met other stallholders who are participating in the same program as me.

And, engaged with folks who showed interest in my arwork.

It was nice to interact with you.

And, I was video interviewed.

So, watch this space!

1 Chevron Market

 

The first market I attended was the  Chevron Market.

And, the details were:

  • Sunday 17 November 2019
  • ICSW
  • 601 Heaths Rd, Werribee

 

What an achievement!

I ended up near the animals, and the snakes. Snakes are my phobia!

On the positive, it gave me the opportunity to ask the kids which animals they were going to see.

I liked being at the market.

I found it a positive experience.

And, I met stallholders, and folks who like my artwork.

One big step towards small steps at a time.

Labels and Postcards

  • I used Avery WePrint to print the labels and postcards.
  • For the labels, I designed them in Adobe Spark and uploaded into the Avery WePrint templates and adjusted them to fit into their templates and make sure they fitted into the bleed lines.
  • In Post-production, I designed my postcards using Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop. Then, I loaded my images into the Avery WePrint templates. I picked a template which had the postcard template for the reverse side.

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~ Vincent Van Gogh

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