Tying up loose ends in the attic...
I mentioned a few new friends that I met while I was at the Custer Show.
They picked up lots of goodies from me for their individual shops, so I just wanted to brag a little about these adorable young women for a moment.
The first is Jenny from Retro Pony. Don't you just LOVE the name of her shop? It's located in Winthrop, Washington, which is a little tourist town in Northern Washington. She came into my booth and we started chatting like two long lost friends! (She actually had a booth at Custer's and was selling her own beautiful handmade jewelry.)
|I want that t-shirt: "Chicks dig Hicks".|
She went home with lots of my treasures, and then called me two days later to order more!
My other new BFFs are Holly and Becky of All That Glitter, in Spokane, Washington. We have all been vendors together at the Vintage Barn shows in the past, but this was the first time we actually got to meet.
They always have the cutest booth set-up - filled with all sorts of fun display ideas....
...and lots and lots of pink!
Holly's church is re-vamping their bookstore, so she bought lots of goodies from me to sell there (the proceeds go to outreach programs and I'm a sucker for anything mission related!)
They are also going to put a few items of mine in their shop in Spokane, so if you are in the area, stop by and tell them Pammy sent you!
We have a winner! I had lots and lots of you write me with the correct answer to my question last week....
Santa Baby Bubble is going to-o-o-o......
(Jane of Mamie Jane's, who happens to be one of my all time favorite creative bloggers!)
Congratulations - as soon as you give me your contact info, he'll be on his merry old way!
Monday, December 13th is the next project Monday!
Remember my *challenge* from the last one?
Here's a hint....
You do not have to work with these roses to participate, but I thought it would be fun to see all the different creative ideas you come up with using this paper rose.