Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Gliiterfest was Grand Again!

Wow, what a show! Once again the gals out did themselves! Sheryl and Diane of Whimzy in Tustin did a great job with Glitterfest. Even with the heat, what a cool show it was. I'm always amazed at the wonderful work and people that come together to make this show the amazing event it is. I don't do a ton of shows each year and more and more due to time constraints, working and family I need to be really selective about what shows I do choose to do. But this show is a love for a few reasons.
First, because it stretches me. Makes me want to be a better artist. Ok, I know I sound like a movie or something, but there it is. It's true. Second is simply those girls. Sheryl and Diane do such a great job making me and all the artists feel welcome, respected and appreciated for what ever it is we bring to this wildly successful event. And finally it's my lovely customers. Some I've seen many times before and some brand new to my little creations. But I can't tell you what an honor it is, for someone to like my work enough to want to actually buy it.
So thank you, thank you,
to all of my wonderful customers and friends
for your continuous support and encouragement.
I appreciate you more than you know.
So here's a few little shots of my day.
I never seem to take enough pictures, but at least
I got a few this time!

Here's a picture of my space.

See the peacock feathers?
Those were the color inspiration for my new display here.
As was my new teal moon guy in the center.
My sweet friend Annie's idea.
She knows how much I love teal and brown
and thought the peacock idea would be perfect.
I loved it.

Me and my chica Robin Dudley Howes, oh so talented teacher

and artist extrodinaire!

My friend Lisa Loria's whimsical booth of lovelies!
But no picture of her!
(I'm a dork.)

More of Lisa's goodies.

Susan with some of her Charming Trinkets.

She had an awesome display,"spot on" for Glitterfest really:)

Loved it Susan!

A few great pieces from Susie Scott, who just opened her very own store in Arizona called the Shabby Red Door.

I'm going to have a few of my goodies there soon. So excited.

And finally, a cute shot of Sheryl and her adorable daughter at days end...
Well, that's all for now.


Healing Woman said...

What a beautiful write up you created for the Glitterfest show. I can see why you like it. It is as the name suggests..glittery and fun.

Your booth looked terrific as did the others. Congratulations on a good show. We all need those~


Jingle said...

Oh, this looks like an amazing event! The booths look fantastic!