Hi everyone! As I mentioned in yesterday’s post, I set up my half table at the Shaker Craft fair yesterday afternoon. Boy, what a way to get into the Christmas spirit. Lovely ladies were setting up their booths with wonderful gift options and beautiful Christmas displays. The Shaker Meeting House is a truly lovely place to be anytime of the year, but especially at Christmas. It’s a very special, peaceful place. Today I thought I’d show you a few of the projects I made especially for the show, and then I’ll give you a peek at my “spot,” though it’s not quite finished yet (the show officially opens on Saturday, October 31st).
You all know I love vintage and I love crafting/art projects, so of course I have a ball whenever I get the chance to put the two together. Call it “mixed media” or “altared art;” I love it. I mixed new scrapbooking papers with vintage music paper, round copper doo-hickies from a recent free box, and a snippet of vintage measuring tape to create this 8″ x 8″ piece (priced at $25.00).
The sentiment are words from one of my favorite hymns, “His Eye is on the Sparrow.” (Keke Palmer sings a few lines of His Eye.)
I still have some primping to do and a few more things to bring over, though I have a height limit of about two feet off the table. They allowed me to fill up the space beneath the table, but I didn’t have enough merch to fill it up (that’s clever dealer slang for merchandise). I’ll report back how the show goes.
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