Wednesday, March 17, 2010

It's Showtime.....Almost

I am really busy getting ready for the show, but I wanted to share a couple of pictures with you. These are some of the fabric wall and desk clocks I made for the show. I'm curious to see if they sell at the craft show. Might not be the right venue for them, but we'll see. You can see the skull and rose ones. Sorry for the awful pictures, but as you can see, I was shooting right by a sunny window!

This is one of my favorite spring fabrics so far. All of the little bumble bees and the daisies. It's just so darn cute!

I LOVE this green fabric. This clock would be a keeper if I had somewhere to put it....plus I already kept one. :)


Here are the cell phone cases I made. I just love these little guys, especially since I found out that they also fit a digital camera just right too. I'm hoping they catch some eyes at the show!

On a different note...the weather has really been quite nice this past week. I am taking advantage of every nice day and walking outside. I took this picture over the weekend. It was such a pretty day. I think it looks almost like a painting...the sky and clouds are so awesome!


I am trying to write blogs, read blogs, comment on blogs and respond to blog comments....however if you don't see me much the rest of the week...I'm here...I'm just finishing up my show preparations. Have a fantastic rest of the week.

Get out there and take a walk too. No sitting around people. Walk, walk, walk. Geez, I wouldn't make a very good drill sergeant would I?

16 comments:

Lanyardlady said...

You have a fantastic selection for your craft show. I hope you sell every single piece!

Mary said...

lookin' good! i hope you have a FANTASTIC show!

Kittie Howard said...

Lookin' great! Hope you sell everything! Hard work deserves a reward!

Pat said...

It all looks great...hope your show is a success. Be sure to post a photo of your display for us to see.

DUTA said...

Wow! Such a nice variety of fabric colours! There's one for every taste.
Personally, I like the fabrics with light colored background and simple delicate print , for example the off-white with musical notes, or the pale yellow with the bees.

Iwish you a huge success with the show!

Oklahoma Granny said...

The skull & roses clocks will probably be the first to go but my favorite is the green fabric one. The photo you took on your walk is amazing! It does look like a painting. Good luck with your craft show.

LeelaBijou said...

They look fantastic! I hope they all sell very well :)
Best luck with your craft show!

Green Girl in Wisconsin said...

I rake, rake, raked. That wore me out! Good luck at your show! You have so many pretty things to sell--impressive productivity!

Cathryn said...

Now I wished I lived closer to you. I want to come to that craft show and see all these wonderful artsy-craftsy things you made in person! Good luck with the show!

Teresa - in the Middle Side of Life said...

I love your cell phone/camera bags! Those are quite creative and useful. I don't sew. If I can't staple it, glue it, or tape it - I don't do it. Good luck on your show.
(I got here from Donna's blog. I've been blog hopping today.)

Angela said...

I love the green one too! It is my favorite of all of them!

Lori said...

your absence is forgiven and understood. and your things look great! love the green clock. good luck. :)

Christine said...

Nice pieces for you show. Good luck! I also love the photo you took outside while the weather was nice.

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Matty said...

You sound busy. I can't help but notice the baseball theme cell phone cover. What are the dimensions of it?

Bluebell said...

I love the clocks the one with the skulls is a bit scary, a lot of the fashion t.shirts have skulls hiding amongst the flowers, whats that all about? The cell phone cases are cute and it's good that they fit camara's too. I hope you sell out of everything have a great weekend.
Love Jillx

jdavissquared said...

good luck with your show!!

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