The Summer Fete stall wasn't too successful, only selling 7 bows. It was a tough crowd (dem kidz) as the children always had to run off to ask the parents for money then they'd either get distracted or their parents would say no. They also seemed to want things cheaper but y'know, I spend quite a bit of time and effort making these and they range from £3-£7 which is pretty cheap for handmade things compared to things you would find elsewhere. Also because the date got changed so much, not as many people turned out as there usually is apparently. Still, £40 ain't bad, and a few mothers/teachers picked up some leaflets for the Romford market stall and they seemed pretty interested in going to that. Anyway it was a good experience, and Sarah and I have learnt some enticing-people-in-by-not-being-too-creepy techniques for the next stall, except when we smile. That turns everyone away. SOZ.
Also we thought we could dress Sarah up as a giant bow (she wanted to be naked but we were like no, sarah, no.) and then get her to run through Romtown shouting and screaming at the top of her lungs with a kind of I've-been-traipsing-through-the-desert-but-just-found-ice-cold-water type of desperation in her voice saying 'THESE BOWS THESE BOWS ARE SO AMAZING' or something along those lines.