We are down to just moments before our craft show! Of course, we haven't had time to even get worried or nervous, because we are trying to get as many things finished as possible!
In an effort to get our layout down, we have a chalk outline in my friend DeAnn over at Stampin' on the Prairie. Fortunately we did this (and took my own advice HERE), because we discovered that our booth is really narrow! It is 7 feet wide by 9 feet deep. Doing a dry run has helped us think through the possibilities of what to do. Unfortunately, our ladder shelf is going on the side of the booth instead of the back. We are hoping to be able to go a little over our boundaries at the back of the booth, since most crafters here put their things only in the front of their area.
On to more exciting things, I am getting some of my larger furniture items done, finally! (I always work better under pressure, which in turn makes me a huge procrastinator. Or is it my procrastination that makes me work better under pressure?)This little table with the "pie crust" edge, I found near the end of the rummage sale season, and was shocked to actually find a piece of furniture and actually walked away from the sale with four tables! I have been having a problem finding cheap and free furniture to fix up here in the West. I'm not sure where all the "dead" furniture goes here.
Here she is! I am really excited about this one. It took me a long time to decide how to best bring out her features. I painted the primer on it and then started the top in Antique white, and then I couldn't decided what to do. I actually thought the legs should be white and the top something else. So I stopped painting for over a month. Then yesterday, I knew what to do. I knew she needed some special attention! I love how this turned out and in a way, hope she doesn't sell. What do you think?
Well, that's it for now, I have a ton more things that I have made, but need to get more things made first, before loading them here. Hope you enjoyed my favorite pieces (and the ones I hope don't sell, so I can use them myself.) Don't forget to check out the blogs on the right column that I love to link up to.