The DnD Dice were definitely the most popular and I sold more of the sew on patches then I thought I would. I didn't expect the dice to be so popular so next year I will be making them to sell straight away.
One of the highlights for me was meeting Mark Meer he was so nice and spent a good five minutes talking with everyone who wanted something signed. I got him to sign one of my pillow cases which is going to be framed and hung on the wall. In fact if there is ever a fire in my house it will be one of the things I grab if I get a chance.
It was an absolutely amazing weekend I met lots of lovely people but would like to say a special thanks to the two sets of stall holders either side of me.
Dot Deck - who were selling Pokemon merchandise but also had a Mario stall and an Adventure Time stall.
Shogun Toys - who sell action figures, plush toys and cosplay items.
These guys were so friendly and helpful and made the whole experience a lot less daunting.
I'd also like to say THANK YOU to everyone who stopped by the stall to either say hi or to have a look at my work and hope you enjoyed the convention as much as I did. :)
I really want to do the Expo again next year I wonder if I start making D20s now I might have enough by then.....
Don't forget to check out the other geeky crafts that were at the Expo!