As I was working my booth the whole time, I didn't get to explore much, but it looked like a really popular (and noisy!) event. Our Maker Market room was almost always packed and with the Nerdy Derby (kids and parents building little race cars to send down a track) there was definitely a crowd in my corner.
Here are some pictures of a few of the booths set up in the Maker Market:
|Tara's Lost Little Things booth. So charming!|
|Booth Neighbor Chris with his etched quarter necklaces of ManMadeDesigns|
|Lovely home & garden items from Mile Nine Mercantile|
|Melissa of Meow Kapow!, setting up her button-making station|
|Pigsey Art's Make-Your-Own-Journal and Fartsy Arts' booths|
|Stephanie's Phish Stuff glass jewelry|
|And part of our display with photo of Vera the Press.|
(I apologize to those whose pictures didn't make it- the lighting was funky or pictures came out blurry.)
Overall, aside from the noise level, it was a fun show. Met some new people, sold quite a few robot cards, and received more interest in possible workshops for the Fall. Thanks to everyone who came out to Round Rock for the Mini Maker Faire! Next show is in July.