Friday, December 19, 2008
Well the weather this last week, and the weather still to come has thrown us all for a loop. Due to the icy and snowy forecast the Winter Solstice show at the PSU Ballroom has been canceled. I have mixed feelings. I would have had a great time and been able to finish up all my Christmas shopping had the show gone on anyway, but I do really dislike driving on icy roads, so I guess I'll accept it as a wash. Sorry to any dye hard shoppers that were set on coming out to see us. I wont be doing any more shows until February. Should you want to get some candles you know were to find me, and I am happy to let you do a local pick up either from my home or my office in Lake Oswego.
Autumn Comfort Candles
Merry Christmas Everyone!!!
Thursday, December 18, 2008
This is it. If you have any more Christmas shopping to do before the end this is the place to do it. from 8 to 3, Saturday @ the PSU Ballroom I will be selling my candles. I am sharing a table with Erin, from Atomic Glass Works who kicks ass I might add. This is a huge show so if you need it, we got it. Hope to see you all there.
Friday, December 12, 2008
So by now everyone knows that Crafty Wonderland is the "can't miss" show of the holiday season. I mean 180 vendors, all unique, all so talented. I mean I can't wait to tell my friends and family as they open there gifts "and that was made by "so and so" and they hand "paint, etch, assemble, mold, add and sew" that!" So when I settle in at the huge Crafty Wonderland sale here is who I can't wait to check out:
5pmstudioI am a sucker for birds. Her pottery is so beautiful and original.
AllegraB I already have a pin up biker girl bag from her that doubles as a diaper bag. But why stop there, right?!
Bossanova BabyI really want to get my hands on a scissor patch for a black hoodie I have. Ya, it's for myself, but Santa says I've been a good girl this year.
Bread and Badger This is her year. Her mustache pints are going to 4 family members.
Burdyflyaway makes hand printed, hand sewn, hand dyed Tees for kids and mammas alike.
Leah GlassBright beautiful mobiles that I love.
LeakartsShe is one of my favorite artists. I must have some of her new stickers and of corse coloring books with her original art.
Lolly totsMy booth mate and one of my favorite people Mary makes incredible tees, buttons, magnets and so much more with her original art.
MonsierTI really want the "Let's F* Sh* up tee for my hubby.
PDX soft GoodsMy 16 year old brother in law would love a "foxy Lady" can cozie.
Phoebe OwensMakes incredible one of a kind lamp shades from vintage picture slides.
Ruby Girl I love her snowflake pendants.
Salmon Street Studios I can't wait for a pregnant friend so I can buy a "don't touch" porcupine maternity tee. And there incredibly talented and now famous daughter Zoe who will be show casing her art in her parents booth.
Sew Many Cats Who doesn't need a Ninja Kitty?!
Thinking MamaOh how I wish I had an infant to put in the brown deer cashmere hat.
Zeldaloo makes the most amazing plush ladies. I am in luv!
Well that's just the tip of the iceberg folks. I can't wait to see every single artist at this event, but those are the ones I just had to share. See you at the Oregon Convention Center on Sunday.
Tuesday, December 9, 2008
It's almost here. Sunday from 11am to 7pm at the Portland Convention Center, exhibit hall E I will be excitedly vending at the Crafty Wonderland Super Colossal Holiday Sale with 180 other vendors. I will be sharing a booth with Mary from lolly tots who has been feverishly working on some great stuff for this craft fair. Don't miss this one folks.
Thursday, December 4, 2008
Come on out and see me and a whole bunch of other Artists and Crafters at the Chelsea Ballroom this Sunday. I'll have quite of few wine bottle candles not listed yet in my shop and a whole slue of my little $3.50 20 hour soy candles which make great stocking stuffer's, alone with a lot of other great thinks. Some of the proceeds from this event will go to Habitat for Humanity Portland/Metro East build homes with a local family in need. To donate today, go to Habitat for Humanity or stop by the wrapping station after you shop and wrap with a reason. Wrapping supplies loving donated by SCRAP.
For more info on this show and others visit Handmade NW
Tuesday, December 2, 2008
I recently stared working on some collaborative work with artist Amanda Siska of Bread & Badger I will be listing them in my Etsy shop and possible have a couple at some of my upcoming shows. Keep checking back as I will add more during the month and possibly beyond.