Hardware store apron makeover to be used for a craft fair as a vendor apron.
In crafting there are no mistakes just unique creations. – unkown
Over the summer, we participated in a local craft fair as a vendor.
Since this was my first event as a seller, I didn’t want to spend a ton of money on supplies. I am Salvage Sister…I use what I got.
Also, the more money you spend on supplies….the less profit you have.
A vendor’s apron is one of those items that sure comes in handy as a seller. They keep all the money that you are getting from selling your amazing stuff, pen, credit card reader, etc.
This little hardware store apron makeover is super budget-friendly and worked like a dream for me.
APRON MAKEOVER SUPPLIES
- At our local Lowe’s store, they had this $1.00 apron
- Needle/thread (or sewing machine)
APRON MAKEOVER INSTRUCTIONS
- Cut some fabric scraps the exact size as the front pocket area. The fabric was frayed so I just left it as I liked the look.
- Sew the fabric onto the pouch front however, don’t sew through the pockets or you will sew them shut.
This project took around 15 minutes and was just perfect for my event. I felt like I had everything I needed. Of course, make it with items you have on hand and your style.
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