We sent in our application way back in July, but neither of us got to any serious stampin' until very recently. I was up past midnight every night last week and boy did it take a toll on me.
We didn't sell as much as we would have liked, but we had some GREAT neighbors. The booth to our right was Les & Lou All Things Beaded. They had some amazing cheese and wine serving products like hand beaded wine charms and cool cheese trays that were wine bottles melted flat in a kiln. The process is called slumping and sounds extremley interesting. Aunt Diana if you are reading this would be an AMAZING research project for you!! They have an online etsy store if you have time to check them out www.leandlou.etsy.com They have tested and washed all their stuff through the dishwasher!!!
Here is a picture of me with Leslie.
The neighbors across the way were Nature's Notables. Gene was a cut up with his marshmellow gun and he and I had a GREAT time with them in a marshmellow war through out the day!! Their website is www.naturesnotables.com. Bonnie had some really beautiful pressed botanical compositions!!
Here is a picture of Gene, Marshmellow Warrior with me!!
It was a very fun day!! Daniel even squeezed all 3 carseats in the back of his tiny car to bring the boys by for lunch!! Joey was amazed by the carosel horse and all 3 boys were supper excited to see all the Christmas decorations!! Kudos to Super Daddy!!!