Fair Fun

Thanks to Stephanie Spears and everyone who made the craft
on Saturday so much fun! We had a trickster visit our booth several
times…the Wind knocked down our signs and displays and blew away our neighbor’s
tent. The biggest surprise was that our crafts actually outsold Anthony’s
water. I got a chance to walk around and see all the other booths and there
were lots of beautiful things, like jumbo fabric hair flowers and pretty little
sundresses, made by ultra talented people.


I just couldn’t resist this intelligently designed and perfectly
stitched bib made with retro fabrics by Emily Willert of PlumageEtcetera.Etsy.com.
She made it with ties instead of Velcro (which used to scratch Superbaby’s
skin) and arm holes that protect clothing better than just a neck tie. What I
love most about Emily’s whole line is her hard-to-find fabric selection. Hope
you love this bib as much as I do, baby N!

bibb.jpgThe winner of the craft fair drawing is Anna Bailey. She’ll be getting her cut paper Kitty in the mail soon!


More for the Fair

Got some more of my sister’s bags this afternoon to sell at the fair tomorrow!

moreheidibagsb.jpgI’m also bringing some of my Assorted Flavors onsies and tees:


Meet Me At The Craft Fair!

Come see me at The Grove Craft Fair this Saturday, April 25 from 9 am to 12 noon. (Address:

20105 S Gilbert Road Chandler, AZ 85286) There will be approximately 50 vendors selling everything from clothing to baked goods and free activities for kids (including a bounce!) I’ve been promised a rare, shady spot in the courtyard so I should be easy to find.

Here’s a taste of some of the goodies you’ll find at my table: framed cut paper art works by yours truly, one of my sister’s beautifully sewn tote bags and my other sister Brooke’s adorable hair accessories.

Hope to see you there!