Friday, December 2, 2011

Craft Fair #2 in Progress...

So I am very excited to have been invited to do another craft fair just 1 month after my first one! It's being held at the Sierra College in Truckee and it's their first ever craft fair! As of now they have over 35 vendors signed up to do this event and they are all locals! Hopefully this fair will draw a larger crowd and they will make this an annual deal. This fair is to promote their new arts department and they are offering live music, hot cocoa and spiced cider to get us into the Christmas spirit! I am very excited; not only for me and getting the word out, but for the department as well. I hope it does really well so tell all your friends, family and neighbors that this Saturday from Noon -5pm at the Sierra College in Truckee is the place to be! Thank you! :)

Now, for a peak at a few new items debuting at this fair!

This piece was inspiration from my Grandmother who LOVES lavender! It breaks away from the traditional reds, greens and golds, but is still very festive.

Back to the more traditional/country is this berry and pine cone centerpiece. I frosted a LED red candle for a safer option, but a real candle can be used in place as well. 

This centerpiece also broke a little from tradition as it's more of a winter themed piece. Handmade snowflakes and glitter dusted pine cones really add that personal touch. Also frosted a white LED candle with this piece as well. 

Something completely new are these Tree Topper bows. I noticed that there just aren't that many beautifully massive bows out there to really do the tops of our trees justice! So these were really fun to make and i LOVED how the 2 ribbons combined made these bows just pop!

If there is time I may have 1 or 2 more items to go up tomorrow, so be sure to check back. Otherwise, please leave a comment or email me about anything you see on here. I love to hear feedback so don't be shy! Please pass this link on to friends and family and hope to see you at the fair! :)

Crafting love,


Last minute additions to the fair. Not the best photos since they were taken in the evening, but you get the idea. These Bows are big! A full ten yards of ribbon in each of these beauties! 

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