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last chance to apply for the holiday crafty supermarket!

Applications for Crafty Supermarket’s 2012 holiday craft show are due Sept. 1!  Applications for the holiday Crafty Supermarket show are now closed! We’ll notify everybody who applied of their status by Sept. 16. 

Our holiday show is the biggest of the year, and we expect more than 2,000 shoppers at the Clifton Cultural Arts Center in Cincinnati on Nov. 17, 2012. Our show is juried, so if you’re a crafter who’d like to participate, please read on to learn about the application process!

In this application, you’ll be asked to upload up to five images in JPG, GIF or PNG format. (It’s best if the images aren’t humongous, but they should be at least 400×600 pixels so we can see what you make.) Please name your files in this format: BusinessName1.jpg, BusinessName2.jpg, and so on.

There’s a nonrefundable application fee of $10. (You’ll be guided to pay via PayPal when you complete the application. If you need help, PayPal has tutorials on its website — click on the Send Money tab.) The vendor fee for our show is $95, but if you’re accepted, the application fee counts towards the table fee.

When you submit the application, you should receive a confirmation message and a confirmation email from us and be taken to PayPal to pay the application fee. If that doesn’t happen, your application likely didn’t go through—email us to check on it.

Got more questions? Check out our Crafter FAQ.

We’ll notify all crafter applicants of their acceptance status by Sept. 16.

Click here to apply! 


What? Crafty Supermarket’s 2012 Holiday Show
 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 17, 2012
Where? Clifton Cultural Arts Center, 3711 Clifton Ave., Cincinnati, OH
Why? Because handmade is awesome!

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