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Monday, September 15, 2008

My Apron Display

Ok, as promised, here are the pictures of my apron display. I was really pleased with how it all turned out, dispite the stress I went through trying to figure out the best way to hang my aprons.

I had a big sign made at Kinkos the night before, and they guy that helped me was so great, we actually had to re-create the entire thing because I had it formatted wrong, but he did it in 10 minutes and it was fabulous! (incredibly expensive, but fabulous!)

The show had a great turnout, and my booth saw a lot of traffic, especially on Saturday. I forgot how much I love interracting with people at things like this. I made some great new friends, too. Amber DeBirk of Urban Scrap Designs did a trade with me, and apron for this awesome glass ring and earrings! I love them!

Also, my booth was right next to Sabrina Box of A Bit of Younique- the cutest little baby stuff! I got some darling head bands for my neices, and a baptism journal for Eason when he turns 8.

I was introduced to Scentsy, the awesome candle-like flameless, smokeless room scents that are totally awesome! Check it out if you haven't already heard of it. Brandi Nickerson is the consultant, and she is awesome.

There were so many more, such as Robin Wade, who's unique and crafty pendants were so cute and fun, I am definitely getting one!

And finally, Lauri Grimshaw-Cox, who arranged the entire boutique show, has some really cute and unique art and other things. She's a pro, and a sweetheart!

Thank you to all of you who supported me in body or in spirit!


Jess said...

I'm so happy your boutique was a success! All your hard work is paying off.

Ryan and Shannan Hoffman said...

Erin, that's so great! I wish I could have been there to see it. I saw Merritt at work and he was so proud of you!

Whitnie said...

Your display looks fabulous! You are so awesome!

Anonymous said...

Your display was adorable. The whole thing had a really great feel to it.

Love the ring. I contemplated getting one myself.