Hello friends, hope you had a wonderful weekend! I had a busy, tiring and funny one at the Little Shoppe Market at the Northville Square. Participating in fairs allows me to interact with people, as opposed sitting solitarily in front of my table and I love the whole process of meeting other crafters and artists. Of course, its also lets me tell more people about the jewelry I make. We were blessed with beautiful sunny weather and lots of people were out and about enjoying the weather and all the goodies on hand.
I quickly set up, starting with the earrings (here are a few of them)
then proceeded to lay out the necklaces (these three are part of the Trade Bead Collection) in my beloved vintage frames, like so…
finishing quickly so I can say hi to everyone else.
I really enjoyed meeting Debbie of Mother and Daughter Crafts. She makes gorgeous hand painted stained glass solar jars. Debbie paints each jar meticulously in various colors and designs and when she showed me how beautifully they glowed, I just had to bring one home after the show!
Amanda and Rachael of Joyful Soy are two sisters who make soy based candles with delicious scents and
pretty etched glasses like these. Wouldn’t these make such great wedding favors for guests?
Of course, the market wouldn’t be complete without Dave and Elaine of Creative Notions and their fantastic Himalayan Salt lamps. Don’t they have the prettiest glow? And they have all sorts of health benefits too!!
I would’ve liked to chat with everyone else but I couldn’t leave my table unattended very long.
It was a great weekend! And now its back to work for me!