Last Saturday I had my first market stall with my good friend Chris. Chris currently does her own market stall at another market and said that she would do one with me so I could have a go at selling my biscuits.
We had a table either side...Chris had wax melts that she had purchased from the USA and room sprays that she makes herself. OMG....the wax melts smell just divine....the smell was drawing the people in. Some of the scents are vanilla pound cake, maple syrup, apple pie etc, we said you can't eat this side of the table but the other table has the biscuits to eat!
I wanted to have the display as old style homebaked cookies. So we had the cookies in baskets, had old scales with cookies on them, my old small cupboard with cookies in it etc.
This is how I packed them up. I made Jam Drops, Freckle Cookies, Choc Chip Cookies, M&M Cookies, Cherry Shortbread and Florentines.
This was my side of the stall.
This was Chris' side of the stall.
We both had a great day chatting away sitting in the sun. We also made a few dollars out of it too, which was good. I sold just over half of my biscuits, so guess who has been pigging out over the last few days....oh, I also gave some to Chris to take home....I didn't eat them all!!
We are talking about maybe doing it again in September but after that it will be too hot with sun as they will melt.
Around the garden......I have started to put an edging around the front garden as I have been having a continuing fight with the blackbirds, who are looking for food and they dig up the garden and throw the sugar cane mulch out of the garden onto the path. The edging is like a mini corrugated iron and I think it looks great and makes the path more defined. And guess what.....it has worked, I have only had a tiny bit of mulch on the path.
I have done one side of both gardens and hope to finish off the other sides this weekend. Then when it gets warmer weather I will be getting the path and driveway dug up and putting pebbles down to make it look better.
The daffodils in the back garden have started to flower and they have multipied this year and look great!
My vegies are doing well too, the spinach I have already picked some and it was yum! The sweet peas at the back are starting to grow up and hopefully will look great in spring.
The beetroot is growing well too...but the spinach behind it isn't growing as good as the other ones.
I am planning on a weekend in the garden this weekend, some friends are helping me trim the branches on my crepe myrtle trees tomorrow....can't wait to get stuck into the garden!!
Enjoy your day!