Last Saturday I was one of the vendors for the first Handmade Movement’s craft fair 2013!
Even though it was raining the whole day, the crowd made everything better!
This is me setting up the booth!
I took less than 20 mins to set up so is it a good thing? Haha!
TADAA! Done with setting up! Waiting for the crowd to come~
The Travelling C.O.W and Milo van were there too!!
And despite the rain everyone just had to get food from them! 😉
My friendly booth neighbour Hui Ying of My Grandma’s Patchwork!
An amazing and sweet lady! Go check out her grandma’s awesome handmade!
Really touched by the supportive people who came, gave compliments and bought stamps from me!
I hope you’ll have fun using them like how I enjoyed making them!
Greatly blessed by friends who came to support too! :’)
A photo of my babies before bringing them to the fair!
Hedgehog and bear were sold out during the fair,
do drop me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested to purchase the others!
Ending this post with a BIG THANK YOU AGAIN!
For YOU who supported DROOL in many different ways! 😉
DROOL will be joining Handmade Movement craft fair in January!
Handmade Movement is Singapore’s Indie Craft Fair,
coming to you on 19 January 2013 at Fort Canning Green.
Come visit my booth and say hi!
There will be good music, food and most importantly handmade goods during the fair!
Check out their website to find out more!
I’m in the midst of preparing for the fair and will share more with you soon!
I had so much fun making custom stamps for my lovely customers
and meeting old and new friends!
Some photos from today’s party! (Not in order)
At The Daily Scoop with yumsy ice-cream and cutesy interior 🙂
Custom made stamp for a cute little girl, Jemma!
Also made a stamp for her friend, Natalie, but forgot to take a pic 😦
Weiqi’s Typography (stencil) workshop in progress!
Very attentive kids! 😉
Weiqi Cheh cheh/teacher/sister 😛
Ann Thomas’ protege… with her ice cream! 😉
Ah boy looking very tired uh. High five~
Custom made stamp for lovely Sylvia!
*Carving in motion!*
My travel themed suitcase series!
So happy people could tell that they are mini suitcases 😉
Other crafty projects in progress!
Hand-stamped Christmas paper bag!
I’ll be bringing the suitcase series from today and other
rubber stamps to 19 January 2013 inaugural craft fair!
Refer to this event page to find out about the craft fair.
I’ll also be accepting customization on that day so come talk to me abt your
dream stamp and requirements!
Will share more about the fair after Christmas.
Come join me on the 22nd of Dec for a time of christmas shopping and crafts!
This year, The Little Happyshop and friends are presenting to you Crafty Party – Christmas Special!
DROOL will be there making custom stamp for you so please drop by
if you want a stamp for yourself or your friends as Christmas gifts!
There will also be ready made stamps for you to choose from! 🙂
Irene of CarrotPepper and Elaine of ShanZen Craft & Art will be there selling their handmade items too!
AREN’T YOU ALREADY EGGCITED?!
Not to forget…
There will be 5 crafty projects for you to join in the fun!
If you’re into Typography/Scrapbooking/Knitting/Decorating/Sewing, COMEEE!!
Registration is required so click HERE to grab your seat!
Very limited seats so grab it quick! 🙂
Wanted to share with you more about my 11.11.11 at MAAD cos it has been such a great experience for me and my friend Liyan (aka Highlight)! Thank God for the weather on that day.. the rain stopped before the event started! 😀
So this is me and my booth, looking retarded but reallyy happy! My first experience of setting up a booth, from planning to execution, which took a lot of my time but all worth it! I was punctual that day but I guess i took quite a long time to set up so i need to be there earlier the next time! (see i learnt something again!)
(Photo credit: Ching Yi)
Still going to put this up even though i looks like a turtle 🙂
Thanks Chingyi for the photo! (The one in the middle) And that’s creative Liyan at the right side +her booth with beautiful accessories!
It was a VERY fast day as the event ended in a blink of an eye (or so I thought)! Love the crowd even though i’m expecting more (or maybe i’m expecting way too much) but overall I’m happy with my sales and the crowd who asked me about customizations! 🙂
It’s funny to know that some people didn’t pick up my ‘name cards’ because they are ‘name tags’ and they thought that i was selling them as bookmarks xD
I’m also very happy to have met Cookie Cutter, who came over to my booth, passed me her name card and bought a stamp from me!! Been reading her blog and actually got to see her in person! Totally feeling like i’ve met a celebrity or something (anyway she looks gorgeous) 😛
Lastly, thanks a million to MAAD for the opportunity and feeling like a real entrepreneur for once! 😉
Thank you to all who approached me, talked to me and also those customers who bought my stamps!!
So thankful and blessed to be a MAADster that day and looking forward for the next time!
P.S Won’t be able to joined MAAD in Dec because I’ll be away to Taiwan so hoping for Jan if school’s not too busy!
Oh, and if you like my stamps/ DROOL… Please do ‘Like’ DROOL’s Facebook page, thank you very much!
That’s all for todayy.. thank you once again for reading! Sleepy time now! 🙂
as you know, I will be joining MAAD for the first time this friday, 11 November at the red dot museum from 5pm to 12am. Thank you all who supported me throughout the tedious process of preparing for MAAD!
Please do take note that I will revise the prices for all handmade stamps and related products from DROOL before the market, considering that they are handmade which require a lot of effort, time and money. I will give discounts to my first few customers and no changing of prices to those who already ordered from me on my blog.
I am so excited to share my new stamps with you this friday! If you have friends who like stationery or handmade goods, invite them for this incredible event!
Join us in a day of new experiences and fun at MAAD, cya there! 🙂