Thursday, May 5, 2011

Lil' Miss Maya

We are super busy preparing for this Saturday's Spring Barn Sale! Are you all ready? Will you be here shopping or selling? We can't wait to see all of your smiling faces and to meet you.

We would like to introduce you to one of our vendors... Celia Chavez. Her business name is Lil’ Miss Maya. She has a website, if you'd like to check it out... www.lilmissmaya.com and you can also follow Lil' Miss Maya on facebook. www.facebook.com/lilmissmaya

Celia, What type of items do you sell?
I sell boutique hair bows, hair flowers, tutus and hair bow holders for all ages.

Did you participate in the Fall 2010 Hesston, KS Barn Sale?
Yes, I did participate in the Fall 2010 Barn Sale.

What is your favorite item that you will have for sale?
My favorite item that I will be selling at the Barn Sale would be the NEW Bow Boards. They can be used as a memory board in boys or girls rooms and come in two sizes. The large one hold up to 100 bows and headbands and the small one holds up to 35 bows and headbands.

What other craft show/sales have you participated in?
The last Fall Barn Sale was my first ever craft show and it was a blast. I did very well. Since then I have participated in 3 more craft shows and I also have a “bow board” and sell many bows at Dana’s Dance Center in Clearwater, KS for their competitions. In 2010 Lil Miss Maya was in the Down syndrome Society of Wichita fundraiser craft show, Maize Fall Fest craft show and The Holiday Gift Blitz craft show.

What is your favorite craft show food?
My favorite craft show food is the Cinnamon and sugar covered pretzels that were at the Barn Sale last Fall.

What is your favorite thing about Spring? And your least favorite?
My favorite thing about spring is being at the park with my daughter on a bright spring day, smelling the fresh air. I love spring! The thing I least like about spring is allergies.

What are some of your favorite activities and hobbies?
I do a lot of activities with my 4 year old daughter who plays soccer and dances competitively. I am in school full time and work part time so I don’t have a lot of free time, but when I do I love to craft. I like to put my creativity to work and create new things.

I started this business with my customers in mind. Knowing how expensive boutique girly items were, I knew I wanted to create similar items with a much lower price. I love dressing my little girl up in super girly tutus and huge hair bows. But I don’t want to spend an arm and leg for them. I sell accessories and I want them to have “accessory” prices. It is my intent to sell the highest quality products that I can create for the lowest price to the customer as possible.

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