Being a Craftsperson in the World of Covid
When we started 2020, we were full of plans and aspirations for the year. We had a few good events lined up for the Spring, and as of February we took our last vacation before the busy season started. Little did we know that would be the last big trip for us (out of the house!), and we'd soon be spending A LOT more family time together.
March saw our shows being canceled, and us scrambling to increase traffic to our social media pages. We did okay with our Easter merchandise, thanks to friends who shared our products, and we luckily were able to sell through all of our seasonal stock.
April saw even more shows being canceled and postponed. We began to consider what are business would look like without in person events, but weren't really even sure what that would look like for us or where to begin. We were still hopeful that once summer came, things would return to normal, so we took the time to come up with new product ideas, and spend more time crafting and creating at home with the littlest Warner.
As May and June arrived we realized things were not going away or return to normal anytime soon and so we made the decision to focus on e-commerce as well as finding new retail locations to place our products. We hope you will join us along the way as these two artists leave our comfort zone and branch out on new adventures!