Sunday, December 7, 2008

Craft Show Report

The weather in northern Illinois put a bit of a damper on the craft show attendance. We awoke to more snow on the ground and nasty road conditions. There was a small stream of customers and we all had a good time. The staff at Marklund worked very hard to make the event a success. Here's Emily and her "fake aunt" (her mom's best friend).

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Here are a few pictures of the ornaments in my booth.

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Mrs. Snowlady is keeping watch over the bunch, making sure they all behave themselves.

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A fat gingerbread boy hid out in the pocket of one of the aprons.

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Look! Santa showed up.

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Little children were enthralled with the carolers.

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I met some really great people, including Mrs. Anderson from Elburn. Yes, the same town with that hosted Santa's reindeer for the evening. Look at the cute utility apron she crafted from a pair of jeans.

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Thanks for coming along to the craft fair with me. I made enough money to buy the Farmer's Christmas gift. I can't tell you what it is because you never know if he's listening. Thanks for visiting with me today.

7 comments:

Heidi said...

OMG OMG OMG!! I LOVE that apron she made!!! I am going to have to try that.. Glad that you made some cha-ching - that makes it easier to go shopping dont it?!?! LOL Want to know a secret, I have a picture of the Milk Man in an Apron.... *grin*

Maryam in Marrakesh said...

Sigh, I love craft shows. But more than anything, I love fat gingerbread boys. yum.

Vee ~ A Haven for Vee said...

Wow! I love the apron you made! It's adorable. I am sorry that the weather put a damper on it all. Rats! Looks as if you did have a lot of fun even so.

Farmchick said...

Love that apron!

lifeinredshoes said...

Did that apron sell, because it is darling. My favorite ornaments are the ones made by family and friends. Here's a little thought, what if next year we do an ornament exchange amongst blogger friends? You know, like the apron exchanges, could be lots of fun!
P.S. I have your MIL in custody, she is making gingerbread houses out of cabbage!!!!

Cindy L said...

Wow -- sure looks like it was a lot of fun, and what lovely things at the show! Wish I could have been there, but your pics were the next best thing.

Cottage Rose said...

Hey Suzanne; I really love the apron she made I could use one. I also loved all of your Christmas cuties my oh my you are a talented lady. I love craft fairs, {sigh} we don't have that many here or close by. I really miss going to them. Glad to hear that you did well. Have a great week.

Hugs;
Alaura