2009 Craft Show Photos

So in preparing for the show coming up soon, I was looking through some pictures from last year’s craft show at Clarkson University to get an idea of how I’d like to set up this year. I really enjoyed reminiscing through these photos, I thought I’d share a few of my favorites!

This is my faithful helper and best friend Christine, who endured the cold (we were in the ice rink…and it didn’t occur to us until that time that it would be FREEZING…duh!) and helped make the show run smoothly for me. Gosh I don’t know what I’d do without this girl!

Signs, signs, signs! They did not sell as well as I had hoped. I think everyone is over the signs fad. What do you think??

These little “fixin’s accessories” were a hit. Small figures made of out fimo to accent potpourri, use a bowl fillers, etc. There were little snowmen, hearts, candy canes, crows, and trees. The only problem is they were SUPER fragile. I am not doing them this year because they are too much work and just too fragile…I don’t feel like dealing with it!!

BOWL FILLERS GALORE!

Simple jar candles embellished with homespun and a rusty star…can’t go wrong there! They sold like hot cakes! I am doing these again this year in mass quantities. hehehe…

Refer to the craft tutorials section of this blog to see how to make these cute night lights. I adore them!

Thanks for looking! Hope everyone has a great Monday! šŸ™‚

3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Cindy
    Oct 25, 2010 @ 14:29:01

    Your booth looked great!! Hope you have a great show this year too!! My Christmas show is in about two and a half weeks…I’m so not ready yet. Thinking there will be many late nights ahead.

    Reply

    • Eyeballs By Day, Crafts By Night
      Oct 25, 2010 @ 15:51:31

      Thank you Cindy! This is the only show I am doing (since I am a rookie, maybe more next year….?) so fortunately I have had lots of time to prepare and have most of my stuff done. I see you are involved in many shows, so you’ve got a little more on your plate! I love your ornies, especially the swirly candy ones…so clever and adorable!!! I need to learn to sew!!!

      Reply

  2. StephTheBookworm
    Nov 06, 2010 @ 15:05:13

    You are talented! Love the pics!

    Reply

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