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Weston Craft Show recap

This past weekend marked my third year at the Weston Craft Show and for the third year, I was in a new location. My booth was in a room on the third floor and I shared it with Julia Emilo, a fabulous gourd painter.

Here’s a shot of the raw space:

Empty room at Weston Playhouse

I arrived at the playhouse around 7:00 p.m. on Thursday night, so my brain power wasn’t at maximum capacity. It took me a while to figure out how to set things up. It’s like craft show Tetris.

Piles of tubs and craft show booth supplies

Welcome to booth #35!

Sign and entrance to Blue Roof Designs craft show booth

Blue Roof Designs craft show booth

I put one of my bookshelves in the hallway because it wouldn’t fit in the room. I think the exit sign is a nice touch.

Bookshelf with handmade books by Elissa Campbell of Blue Roof Designs

Blue Roof Designs craft show booth

And then after three days, it all gets packed up. My blue crates (see below) – I’ve had them for 27 years! You can fold them up when they’re empty. I love them.

Piles of tubs and craft show booth supplies

I’d like to give a shout out to the folks who put on the show – woot! They are so good to artists…seriously. There’s a 2:00 p.m. Cookie Time every day.

I’m looking forward to my fourth year at Weston in 2016!

 

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