Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Craft Fair Season

As most of you know, this is craft fair season.  I was invited to a fair in Nashua and did that fair last Saturday.  Today I got an invite from Oyster River School in Durham and I'm considering it.  I had a good response to my photographs and the deer antler jewelry and hope to get the word out a little more.  So since I have all my "stuff" ready, why not do another one?  I'll think about it over this holiday weekend.

People had positive things to say about my items and that helps motivate me I guess even though I do this as just a hobby and don't really intend to make it my full time business.  I love taking photographs and making things with fabric, paper, my sewing machine and many other items!  I've included a couple of photos of my set up at the craft fair this past Saturday.

Monday, November 15, 2010

Something New For Sale In My On Line Shops

I'm offering something quite different in my shops I think you'll find interesting.  We are making jewelry using whitetail deer antlers found in the woods of New Hampshire!  For now we have pendants for sale, some with genuine AZ turquoise.  Silver findings are used in the pendants and an 18" rawhide cord is included.  Earrings and pins will be available very soon, so stand by.

Take a look at the photos posted on Artfire and Etsy shops.  No, the mounted deer head isn't included. : )

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

We'll See How It Goes

Election Day Today.  I voted as did lots of you.  We'll see how it goes.

Back to sewing on the Log Cabin Quilt, it's getting cold outside and it's time!

I've been busy getting my photographs and note cards ready for a holiday fair I will be participating in on November 20th in Nashua.  Again, We'll see how it goes.

 I still have a lot of organizing to do around the house before I can settle in for the winter and enjoy sewing and crafting.  Today I registered for an Art Get Away Weekend in July/August.  Something fun to look forward to!  It's in Maine so I'll be driving saving on airfare.  So many of the retreats I'd like to attend are in too far away or I'd have to stay in a hotel for several nights costing more $$$$!  This retreat is an adult "camp".  Out in the country but close enough to stores and Dunkin Donuts to make people happy.  It's all inclusive and sounds like a good time.  We'll see how it goes.