East Stroudsburg, PA

Your Medium

bead weaving jewelry

Years in the Art Fair Business

3 years on and off

First show ever

School show

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What are the best things about art fairs

Lots of nice people to meet. Being out doors and having fun

Best show ever and why

Show in Philadelphia. Alot of people came through this show.

Worst show ever and why

Local school show. Not many people came to the show. Very little advertizing.

Who referred you to ArtFairInsiders.com? Please be specific.

I found them on the internet.

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