at the uica Holiday Artist Market this weekend. Thank you so much to everyone that came out to support our local artists! There were so many talented people there, and I was lucky enough to come home with some of their work. Noticeably absent was my friend Rebecca Green, who is now rocking the art scene in Phoenix. I wish she could have been there, but it was still a great time. My husband was amazing, sitting with me and helping out.
I promise I’ll be photographing what’s left and posting to the online shop this week.
Have a great evening and wishing you a great start to the week tomorrow morning.
It has been such a great week! Thursday are my day off from school and today I treated myself to sleeping in until 9 and it was wonderful! I dropped off some oilcloth bags to 6.25 Paper Studio, which is a very cool shop that just opened in Monroe Center. It is an honor for some of my bags to be included. For those of you in GR, check it out while you’re looking at ArtPrize! I’m ordering packaging for the holiday season (including some very fun colors of tissue paper) and taking a look at some new fabrics too. I’ve got two loaves of bread in the oven, made with local spelt flour from the farmer’s market. I’m definitely feeling in the mood to bake these days.
I’m also planning to participate in the Flea Market at Everlasting Blooms on October 1, 9-5. Stop by and say hello!
I’m off to finish up a jersey scarf, but I wanted to share a cute and very unique wrist pin cushion from Heather Bailey for any of you out there that sew, or are thinking about learning to sew.