Rockwell's Christmas edition of the Urban Bazaar was super worth it. Lahat ng puyat at pagod ay nabawi, thank you Lord!
Day 1: Marco and I started setting up at 7:00 am. We were among the first ones at the tent. Buti nalang we went early, kasi we had super bulky boxes of mannequins, so we borrowed the adjacent booths muna and placed the boxes there while we setup the cabinet. Then I went home to bake more earrings, met up with my cousin Xtine who offered to help me man the booth, then went back to finish displaying my stuff a few minutes before the bazaar opened at 12noon.
Though it was a Friday (a workday), we were surprised at the volume of people that visited the bazaar! Naloka ako sa dami ng tao. Kristine had to go home at 3pm, so i had no one to help me. Buti nalang ang mga achie ay very helpful. whew. By closing time, nanginginig na ko sa pagod (bigat ng boxes ng mannequins no!)
Day 2: Woke up late dahil sa sobrang pagod. Arrived at Rockwell in the nick of time. The cupcakes and studs got sold out na, so had to text those who were planning to come na baka wala na silang maabutan.
Day 3: Had to bake more cupcakes before coming to the bazaar. Good thing Marco was there to man the booth in the morning. By late afternoon, I had no more mannequins and cupcakes left.
Thanks for everyone who came! The best part was seeing all the kids' (and kids-at-heart's) faces light up when they saw the cupcakes and cakes. Super cutie kids, awwwww. I had a few people ask me if they were real, hihi.
And it was such an honor to finally meet Happy David! Thank you po for the kind words about my clay stuff, I am a huge fan of your work! Nastarstruck ako, teehee.