Yesterday we took our kits on the road to Charlottesville, VA for the Tomtober Fest. The festival showcases local bands, food, beer, and artisans. We met a lot of nice people, ate good food, enjoyed the music and sold a bunch of paint by number kits. The kits have been popular with kids and grownups. We sold three kits to a couple with three girls ages 6-12. They were so excited about their kits that they started working on them at the festival! I was super impressed by their painting skills and it was so fun to see our kits in action.
There were so many amazing vendors at this show! This week our neighbor was You're in Luck Farmstead. They make handmade hygiene products from simple recipes and carefully selected ingredients from nature.
I loved their set up and packaging. In addition to quality, natural hygiene products, they also had a few artsy items, including lovely original watercolors.
Amanda Farnum is the co-owner and creative half of the husband and wife run Wehgo.