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Craft Show Booth


Wanted to share some photos of my booth  before it opened on Saturday.
I used 3 card tables and 1 oblong table. thankfully they all were the same height.
 I had Lots of cards, tags, altered mini comp books and large ones.
 Mini albums, multi media canvas and altered framed pictures.
 altered box and one altered plate.
 Here's a close up of one of my first sells of the day.  Paper pierced pieces on top of spray misted canvas.
 This Cinderella punch out paper was from Stampin Up. I painted my background and this mod podged my pieces on.
 My newest technique with spray inks and stencils. Turned out great!

 Saturday night I whipped this 6x22 inch stand up for pictures.  I love the design and will be making more.  It was my first sale on Sunday!
 I had a blast all weekend seeing old friends and making new ones.  Selling my works of art was so rewarding!  Thanks to everyone who came out and visited or bought from me!!



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