Sunday, November 18, 2012

The Cottage & The Holiday House Holiday Boutiques

I was so glad to be apart of two awesome holiday boutiques this week.  Lots of hard work went to preparing for these two shows and I am so glad I did.  It was a success and I met lots of great people along with reuniting with vendors from last year.

My table at The Cottage.  I was able to set up Emmett's Fight shirts.  Sold some and told his sweet story!

Lissa's Lil Boutique of diaper wipe cases (LOOOVE), boy's ties and jewelry.  Here is her sweet son, Brock sporting one of her ties.  So cute!

Fresh Baked Cinnamon Rolls By Tiffany Roberston

Roasted Cinnamon Almonds. YUM!  They smelled through out the entire house.  It smelled like Christmas!

The Holiday House

my Table at The HOliday House!  I enjoyed so much making my display.  I built a clothing rack because I had a smaller table and it turned out to be awesome!  I had so many clothes that it was nice for customers to sift through easier without messing up the display. 

okay seriously?  Look at this display!  These are lace accessories.  Each item is made of some sort of lace.  Earings, crowns, headbands, necklaces, bib necklaces, wrist cuffs.  All so beautifully vintage!  This was my absolute favorite booth besides.....

This table was amazing!  Beautiful rustic Christmas decor and her beautiful Hair accessories and Necklaces.  Janea is so stinkin cute.  My little Pia was even her model for a photo shoot for the hair accessories :)

OK  Look at those wreaths!!!  Everything!  Totally inspired my holiday decor crafting!

Now here comes my next favorite part.  The Food!  So Dezzi made frozen cookie dough already in little balls packaged ready to thaw and back, then her fudge!  HOLY COW.  Then also in teh Kitchen Arlena had soups, breads, dips, syrups and Tamales!  I wish I had a picture of all her jars.  I bought a bunch of food from her.  I love that she makes stuff that can be stored as food storage.  Who said you had to eat chef boyardee?

All in all business was fantastic.  Between juggling the two shows, it was amazing.  I look forward to spending time with the cute people I met the previous year, networking, getting ideas, and having complete me time dedicated to my business.  Sales are amazing and I wouldn't change it for the world.  All the hard work, time and $ I spend getting ready for these shows is totally worth it.  Thanks to all you came out and supported me and the other vendors.  We really appreciate it.  If it weren't for you amazing customers/friends/followers, handmade items wouldn't be as awesome as they are in our time.  I am thankful I can sew for my kids.  My mom did it for me, and now I can do it for my kids. 

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