The Pickerington Antique and Craft Show this past Saturday was fun and successful. It filled two very large rooms that were crowded most of the day. My friend and booth partner Robyn Skowronski of Taylor Baskin Design had the most beautiful photos for sale. She has a special talent for photographing animals; click to see this gorgeous cat. And my personal fav is this wintery tree. We mixed my jewelry with Robyn's photos, sold a lot of both, and met some really nice people.
Now I'm thinking uh oh, the Winterfair show is coming fast -- Dec 2-4 -- and now my inventory is low. No cuffs left, no trees-of-life, running low on pendants. Yikes, a lot of work ahead in the next couple weeks!
This is something I worked on during the past week-- my ad for the Winterfair directory. Kathy Dlabick, Ohio Designer Craftsmen's graphic designer, was nice enough to give me a crash course in ad design. My first draft was not great, but with her tips, I think it turned out quite nicely! (Note that I'll have booth #1005. Come see me!)
So now I've started on some new pieces to get ready for Winterfair. These are a couple of new cuffs. I'll also be working on penny jewelry and I have a few ideas for some new pendant designs.
It's time to really focus in the studio. Have a great week and stop back again next Wednesdsay to see what I've come up with.
Sue Lacy Wired
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