Cotton District Arts Festival 2011

April 26, 2011 by
Filed under: Arts and Crafts, DIY, Handmade, Mississippi 

This past Saturday, Nikki Ballard and I had a booth at the Cotton District Arts Festival.  This was our first year to have a booth and we had a blast.  It was a pretty day, everyone was nice and complimentary and we sold more than we did at the Prairie Arts Festival.  Overall it went really well and I am very proud of us.  Our booth was really cute but unfortunately all of the photos I took were horrible.  I am so thankful that Ben snapped a few here and there.

My Booth at the CDAF 2011

 

Me in my booth at the CDAF 2011

I am not sure why I am making that face.

 

Cotton District Arts Festival 2011

Look at that customer service!

 

The Doughtys were very helpful.

 

These screens were such a great idea.

Me + You at CDAF 2011

I love Nikki's airplanes.

 

Nikki's bags, stationery and aprons

 

Booth at CDAF 2011

Nikki's cute little bows were a hit. She sold all but 3.

Since I didn’t get any really good photos of our booth, I included these photos I took the day before the festival.

My Stationery

Upcycled T-shirt Pillows

Upcycled T-shirt Pillows

 

Tooth Fairy Pillows

Aren't these Tooth Fairy pillows cute?

Planners

Planners and Journals

I will be adding some of my unsold items to my Etsy shop soon.  So what do you think?

 
by Selena Faye

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4 Comments on Cotton District Arts Festival 2011


  1. Dawn
    on Wed, Apr 27th 2011 @ 9:02 am

    I wish we could’ve been there! Everything looked great, and those tooth fairy pillows are absolutely adorable.


    • Faye
      on Wed, Apr 27th 2011 @ 9:09 am

      Thanks Dawn, I love them and I intend to make more. I sold four of them at the festival!


  2. kt
    on Sat, Apr 30th 2011 @ 10:33 am

    So fun and great stuff!


    • Faye
      on Mon, May 2nd 2011 @ 8:39 am

      Thanks and I agree, it was a blast.

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