I was not able to meet with other Street Team Members at the John Ball Park Zoo on May 17 since I was out of town. We did have a couple of team members update us!
Sara said: Well, there were only three of us at the zoo. I really enjoyed meeting Lori and Dulce, but we just got to know each other and walked around the show. I don't think there is anything really to report. I thought the show was ok but not great. I didn't really see people buying. It seems to be a real sticking point with all of us to find a time and place to meet. I really think if we want to try to conduct any "business" we should do it online.
Visit Sara's Etsy store here:
http://sjroemer.etsy.com My pop tab purses and accessories are made from 100% post-consumer aluminum beverage can tabs that have been thoroughly washed prior to assembly. I use other recycled materials when possible but new materials when necessary to ensure quality and durability.
And Lori said:
It was a lovely day and it was great to meet other Etsy sellers and see the items they are making and selling. The sale did not look very active but there were some interesting things to see. We did talk to several people at the show and let them know about Etsy.
Visit Lori's Etsy stores here:
http://sweetrice.etsy.com"odd bits of everyday life" offers vintage items for the home andfamily. From Kitsch to Mid-Century Modern.You never know what you willfind!http://SweetWhimsyVintage.comSweetWhimsyVintage: "buttons, beads, and baubles" personal items foryou including jewelry, linens, aprons, buttons, and accessories.http://dreamwhimsy.etsy.com"handcrafted items for your vintage heart!" offers needle feltedsculpture, felted jewelry, small sewn bag like wristlets and lip glosskey chains, and jewelry.