December 10, 2007

A Big Success!

It was long, and we were tired, but the Holiday Market of the French American International School was a success!

sana and I had tables right next to each other, which was nice. I had another jewelry vendor on my other side, and we all had a good time. It was entertaining to watch all the goings-on, from students on stilts, to classes singing Christmas carols, to contortionists, to the French wine guys flirting with the young women, to kids trying to persuade Moms that they need their ears pierced.... you get the idea .

And in between, Rosana and I each sold a healthy amount of work, so we were happy.

That's my last show of the season, so I'm ready to rest. Think that will happen?

December 5, 2007

Angels & Crepes!

I haven't made angel earrings in a long time! But it seemed a good idea to stock up for this show. It was kind of fun... not what you'd call "art," but sort of a guilty pleasure . It brought back memories of my early days of beading. And now I have a lot of them for the Holiday Market this weekend. I hope it will go well. I've never done such a long show, but I think it will be worth it. Not just for the sales, but new exposure, which is so important.

I hope you will come and see me. And while you're there, get some freshly-made crepes, sample some French wines, and taste some fine chocolate! Maybe you can watch my booth for me, so that I can check out those tasty things myself!!

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