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Craft Fair Insurance
I used the Combined Market Traders Insurance Association. There is no limit on the number of fairs you can attend and they charge £48.00 a year.
I have used the dotcomgiftshop storage bags for years, they are ideal of spare bedding, curtains etc. I also use them to store the items I make and as they are light as well as strong and beautiful they are ideal for taking to craft fairs!
I use single line woven labels on all my items and have found that Woven Labels UK are the best value for money. The labels are a good quality, postage is low and they deliver very quickly.
I have found Polybags give the best selection at a good price and their customer service is second to none. I use their blue mailing bags but they have a great selection if you are looking for something different.
I love the striped paper bags I got for the Craft Fair. The come in a great range of colours and sizes, take a look at Unipack Ltd on Amazon.
I needed quite large bags to fit my cushions, I eventually tracked down some brown paper ones with string handles from the Big Brown Carrier Bag Ltd. If you only need smaller sizes also take a look at Unipack Ltd on Amazon.
If you only want small amounts of paint try the Dulux Paint website before heading to your nearest DIY shop. They sell tester packs for £1.00 and often have deals where you can get 3 for 2 or free delivery.