Sunday, October 25, 2009

Craft Show

I had purchased a booth at St. Joseph's church Craft Bazaar . . . well, the craft show was yesterday and I have to say that with Theresa & Jenny's help . . . it was a success! We had alot of fun and met some great ladies!

We had two drawings: one for a stamp set and one for a free class. The winners are:
Stamp Set: Sara C. (Overland Park, KS)
Class: Cindy H. (Olathe, KS)

We were across the aisle from the nicest gal . . . Jennifer Goode. She has the cutest decorative gourds! Here's a link to her blog and Etsy shop . . . these 'lil gourds are
irresistible . . . Theresa, Jenny, and I all bought one! :o) We were giving Jennifer alot of flack, because it seemed that whenever someone would purchase a gourd . . . up would pop a NEW gourd that we'd not seen. I still swear that she had a secret stash somewhere!

We're having Cousin Day today . . . Theresa's boys are coming over in a bit, so that she and Bruce can go to the Chiefs football game today. The boys are SO excited that their cousins are coming over today!

Here's a picture of Jenny demonstrating the free Make & Take, it was a little gift tag. The three of us really did have a great time and enjoyed meeting all the ladies that stopped by the booth.

Thanks for stopping by my craft room!


  1. I love going to craft Bazaars. We just don't have many around here. But they are a lot of fun.

  2. Peggy! *Hugs* It was great to see you on my blog this morning. I had so much fun with you guys at the craft fair on Saturday. Thanks for the sweet compliments above. I think you guys won for most gorgeous booth. You really put a lot of thought in it and people flowed through it really well. Let's do it again and next time we'll bring our Pom Poms so we can officially be the fair Cheerleaders! Thanks so much for a great day, Jennifer Goode

  3. Wow your booth looked great! You did a fabulous job. Hopefully you can maybe do the Eagle Glenn craft fair.
    Good job girls!

  4. Yea! I won a stamp set!! :OD ...I was just looking at your website to see about hosting a workshop in late January/early February.