Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Market Photos

I have been heading out to 3 farmers markets per week.  The weather was a bit cool, overcast and iffy (rain or sprinkles off and on) but we have had some decent markets!  People just love their local farmers and crafters.  Thaks for all your support!  Here are a large group of pictures from our market for you to enjoy.



















6 comments:

Jennifer Young said...

Love your stand!! Thanks for sharing! xo Jen

Soapchick said...

What a fab market, so much to see (and eat!), great idea to do this, I think I will do the same with my favorite market too - thanks for the idea X

Ann Stoermer said...

You have such a beautiful display! I am so jealous that you have such nice markets there. We are in desperate need of markets like that here.

Heirloom Natural Soap/The Soap Sister said...

Such a pretty booth! Do you find the markets pretty worthwhile? I'm working my first official"Farmers Market" on Saturday ....

Casco Bay Soap Co. said...

Jen ~ thnanks! glad you like my set up! I have fun putting all the colors together etc. :)

Soapchick ~ I take picutes for our market blog too....I like to get them out there to show the world what we have to offer, and it's alot!

Ann ~ where are you? Can YOU start a market? I got involved in mine to help make it better. :)

Heirloom Soaps ~ I LOVE selling at the markets, I get my soaps in the hands of the locals and get a chance to educate them about good soap. I love being at the market also for the friendship of the other vendors. We are all small business owners and help each other out greatly. AND tell me, how was your market on Saturday? Good I hope!

Thanks everyone for your comments!
xox Shannon

twobloomsdesignstudio said...

I love your setup with the metal buckets for soap. It's so inviting. I've done one Saturday market 6 months a year for 9 years with my sister. Then we do 3-4 Christmas shows. This year we added on weekly Sunday market that runs 5 months and then a once a month market on Wednesday's. The pace can be gruelling but we want to get known at other markets. Plus you get to know so many vendors and meet so many people.

Michelle