Below you can see some photos, mainly food, but unfortunately we didn't take a photo of delicious cakes from Smashing Tarts.
|Our wee stall|
|Red Rosa's Specialist Cakery|
|Potato Chips with BBQ sauce|
|Sweet Potato Chips with mayo|
|Missy's Vegan Cupcakes|
Sunday started very early, even earlier than Saturday, and at 10.30am we were all set up and ready. Unfortunately, our event was kind of 'high-jacked' by a similar one taking place in the same venue but on the ground floor. So, yes, it was quite confusing for many people for sure and, because both events were paid at the entrance (£2 and £1.5), not many people bothered going upstairs to see what we had to offer. Quite disappointing, as basically only the bead shops were busy. At least now I know what both events look like and this is something to think about for the future.
|Our stall at The Scottish Bead Fair|
Of course, it would be difficult not to buy anything during the bead fair, so here is my mini haul. I am especially looking forward to use those hematite roses .
|My mini haul at The Scottish Bead Fair: glass pearls, hematite roses and Chinese vs Swarovski crystals|
And I learned how to differentiate between real Swarovski crystals and Chinese ones. Apparently, the foil on the back is different.
|Chinese vs Swarovski crystals|
I also couldn't help buying new badges for my collection. We also got a calendar from the same artist as we both really like the style of drawings.
|My new badges from Whimsical Lush|