11/28/07

It's Holiday Boutique time again.....

in beautiful, bucolic Bedford Village, NY! I'm doing a very nice show with 17 other swell vendors in a charming old building, Bedford Historical Hall. If you're in the area, please stop by and get a jump start on your holiday shopping. There's a little bit of everything...jewelry, home accessories, children's clothing, leather bags, fleecewear, potted rosemary topiaries, and of course, the Great Wall of Fruit! They gave me a wonderful spot...I don't think I've ever had this much room at a show, and naturally I have filled it with glitter!

Here are a few shots of setting up today.This shot above is my pal, Betsy Lowe, who sells fleece hats, vests, mittens, scarves and just about anything else she can cobble out of fleece. She comes all the way down from the Boston area and had a few more serious hours of setting up to do. It's a heck of a lot of work to set up these shows...
My booth was starting to come together...sea stars, fruit ornaments, monogram letters, pedestals, and new this year, little glittered boxes with reindeer and snow and tinsel on top. I tell ya, I'll glitter anything this time of year!And...voila! The Great Wall of Fruit!!! I"m not kidding...there's a full 15 feet of frutiness there...Do you think I can cram any MORE glittergoods into my area??? I sure don't want to bring all this stuff back to the studio...gotta make some moola and send this stuff home with other people!

It's 12:21 in the morning and I have to catch a few zzzs so I can have the strength to throw around some glitter tomorrow. Hey, wait a minute!...It IS tomorrow already...zzz...zzz

xoxo

Laur...zzzz.....

7 comments:

Sugar Bear said...

Laurie,
You are too cute! I hope you got some sleep in there! Your booth looks so fabulous! I doubt you will be coming home with much of anything.
Hugs,
Karla

Kathy M. said...

Laurie, everytime I bring up your wonderful website I am reminded how far I live from all your fabulous workshops and shows, please,please,please come down south sometime!! We need some glitter too!!!
Sending big hugs to ya...

Kathy M.

Anonymous said...

Oh my that is a LOT of work! By Jan. 1 you must go into hibernation. I'm sure your hard work was appereciated by all that attended.
Kathy

FrostingsNSparkles said...

Your booth looks absolutely wonderful!! So filled with the glow of sparkley goodness, I wish I lived near enough to attend :D

restyled home said...

Hi Laurie!
I hope you had a great (and lucrative) day!! Everything looks beautiful, and I find myseld daydreaming about shopping in such a treasure trove of glitterati!!

Talk to you soon!
Linda

Hallows Hex Design said...

I love the fifteen feet of fruitness, lol!!!! Looks pretty and yummy! Love your blog...from one glitter-aholic to another!

Heather - Speckled Egg said...

WOW!!! Look at all that glittery goodness! You booth looked fantastic!