I think the main answer to the question I asked in a previous post, regarding selling face-to-face, at a craft fair (or anywhere for that matter) is to 'put yourself in the customer's shoes'. I read it somewhere recently and thought, 'That's it!'. Obvious, really.
But, despite not understanding this before my last stall, I still had a successful morning, making a good profit, even after deducting the stall fee.
If anyone would like to make a small donation, any amount would be very gratefully received, and can be made at the Church website.
In other news:
After nearly 6 months, I will be working my last day at the hair salon tomorrow. Working somewhere is very different from being a customer, and, although the other staff and the customers are mostly lovely, I've decided it's not for me. I'm going to continue having my hair done there, though, and may even be needed to help out now and again.
I have nothing else in the pipeline at the moment, but there is a very busy time coming up, so I'll just see what happens.
Bye for now