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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 07-08-2020, 08:15 AM Thread Starter
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I had an event on the 4th of July which was uneventful.

Luckily I made my attendance fee back plus some.

Here are some pics of my booth.
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Good looking booth and setup, you do nice work, Karen! And quite prolific, as well. There's a lot of work in all those signs.

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Here are some pics of my booth.

- nice set up. Lots of hours in prep work for sure.

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post #4 of 13 (permalink) Old 07-08-2020, 09:16 AM Thread Starter
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I make something every day. There is always a piece on my worktable while something else is running on the CNC. Sanding, painting, and applying the finish is the most time consuming part. I sometimes get a pile of work on my table. I take my time and love doing this.
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Hey, you made a profit. Best you can hope for at times. That is a bunch of signs.

Saw the keep out and house number signs, and they inspired me for a sign. House number, and under that, keep out.

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I agree with David. That is well presented.
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Over whelming amount of great sign work you have there Karen. I understand the booth thing,a lot of work, the only one making the profit is the one owning the space. it is a tough way to sell. but you sure meet some nice and interesting people. I wish you success in the future, and keep up the nice work.
Which design is the best seller?
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Very nice work. I’d like to see a close up of the bear . The paint job looks awesome
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Looking Good!!

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