I left the corporate world for the bucolic life of a crafter.
So how is that I am currently sitting in an airport with my laptop desperately trying to catch up on work during a layover?
I have to confess what I imagined life would be like as my own boss is very different from the reality. There are times when I think my boss is out to get me. For instance he scheduled me to do the Little French Market, then a day later leave for Ohio and my dad’s 91st birthday, then come back with just 10 days to get ready for Unique LA. What is he, nuts?!
The market was fun and I had a great couple of days hanging out with Nicki and her, um, colorful friends. It’s a real core group who do this market and they are a hoot. I had a blast.
I got a lot of pictures of my booth to share.
I used the collapsible cake stands I designed for Mod Podge Rocks to display by candle blocks. My bathing beauties sold fast! I can’t wait to make more.
And set up my coaster board in a triangle in the corner of the tent to catch people’s eyes.
And, oh so happily, I sold the four chairs that I desperately needed to get rid of to free up some space.
So now it’s on to dad and his party, all three of my sisters (we’re seldom all in one place) and my niece Maggie who has apparently been released from white slavery but, tragically, has lost her passion for furniture makeovers.