I was full of anticipation for this Small Town's Craft & Bake Sale Saturday morning. My mother-in-law had been talking it up for over a year that I couldn't wait to try it.
Since I won't be doing the Art Walk tomorrow, I thought I'd share a brief review of my latest Show - the Fall Into Style shopping event. It is a fundraiser for the Young Alumni Scholarship at my high school and I've been on the planning committee for four(?) years now, but this was the first year I took the leap to buy a table.
With pregnancy nausea kicking into high gear after the Independents' Day Fair, all my other Show Reviews were hardly a few sentences each. Fast forward to November when I finally felt like I was emerging from my first trimester illness, I started to flesh out my Show Reviews before they were lost to pregnancy brain.
Now, a few months later, they are finally ready to see the light of day with a few quickly-snapped photos and a growing excitement for the new year's line up of show possibilities.
Hmm… Coffee tastes like sweet, old memories this morning… :) It's been a while (3 years?) since I can remember sipping coffee in my sweatpants, dreaming up what I'm going to blog about next. But this morning feels different; it's time to share our exciting news and I'm also overdue for "Resolutions" post of some sort. This year my 2016 resolutions are a mixture of personal and business related.
But first, because I'm not good at holding anticipation…
Hello! I haven't forgotten my blog or any of my friends while I've been absent. Actually, I've very much wanted to pop in and tell you the exciting news as to WHY I haven't been able to update social media or my blog or even my SHOP since September but it just wasn't time to spill the beans yet.
A Winner has been announced for the Mini-Course giveaway of Never Run Out Of Ideas Again!
A busy three days of craft shows means less blogging time but a surprise in sales at a new, out of town festival in Columbus, Ohio!
Instagram has become my favorite platform for connecting with other crafters + makers. This month I got the chance to send Brenda at 3and3Handmadeshop a set of newborn mittens for her personal review on Instagram.
So if you haven't noticed, I've been suffering from writer's block combined with too-busy syndrome and my blog posts have suffered. I'm sure many moms and entrepreneurs that work from home can relate to the struggle to consistently compose new, worthwhile content for their space. Fortunately, I have stumbled upon a new solution for Writer's Block.