Holiday CraftMorristown wrap up
- No super-evil snowstorm (see last year’s blog post to learn more).
- No broken tailbone.
I never mentioned the broken tailbone last year, mostly because I don’t like talking about medical drama. I also didn’t know at the time that I had broken my tailbone. On my way to the Artrider show on Sunday, I slipped on icy steps and came crashing down on my backside.
I was in serious serious pain that day, but I still attended the show and talked to customers all day. Then I broke down my booth and drove to Philadelphia the next day.
Then drove back to Vermont that same day. With a broken tailbone. Not a fun ride home for my husband.
So yes, this year’s show was much better. )
The show was really beautiful and I wish that there had been more time to browse and shop – having your own booth makes it hard to get out. I’m usually not big on jewelry, but there was some fabulous jewelry at this show.
I played around a little bit with the arrangement of my work in the booth. It wasn’t anything too dramatic, just moving everything one shelf clockwise. Here are some shots of the results:
Even though I’m not a big fan of the grey drapes that mark off each exhibitor’s space, there was something strangely romantic about my “Craft Show Carcass” – it had a four poster bed feel to it:
If you weren’t able to make it to one of the craft shows and are interested in my work, you can purchase my books on Etsy. I’m in the process of adding new pieces to my shop, so if there’s something you’re interested in and don’t see it on there, please let me know.