Craft show season is over and I'm pleased to say it was a very good show season for me.
Thank you to all who came to my shows and purchased things. I so appreciate the kind comments you give me. It's nice to see my regular customers every year and great to get hugs from them too! It's nice to catch up even if it's for just a few minutes.
And the biggest thank you goes to my parents! My dad helps with bringing in the displays and all of my boxes(thank goodness for a good dollie!) and my mom helps me set it all up and then stays to help! I'm so thankful I have them both to help because I couldn't do it alone, that's for sure!
I thought I'd show some pictures of my display at one of the shows I did. I am set up in a long hallway, some people might hate being in the hall way, but I love it! It's right near the entrance and just a perfect spot for me. The only down side is I'm right across from the cookie room, so we get to smell cookies all day long! I guess that's not so bad after all!
First here it is all packed up and ready to go! Lots of boxes!!
Here is how my area is set up.
I hope everyone had a happy Thanksgiving. We did, it was great to spend time with family.
My puppy Remy is doing great. He is now 7 moths old and is a big moose! Here he is in his new bandanna my mom made! He really loves it! He'll be wearing it for Christmas!
I've added new items to both my Etsy shop and my web site.
You can find them here:
All of my Christmas decorating is done! I love everything about Christmas. The real meaning of Christmas, the decorating, the baking, the good memories it brings back. But, I do have a slight problem......I have 7 Christmas trees in my house! All different sizes, but still the same, 7! I'm looking for spots to put more!
I'll share some pictures in the coming weeks before Christmas.
What's your favorite Christmas movie? Me, I have a few, I love It's a wonderful life , white Christmas and Holiday Inn, and the sound of music(even though it's really not a Christmas movie)
And for a funny one, Elf! We watch that one several times during the Christmas season.
Until next time,