For the second year, we hosted a Holiday Craft Fair at my preschool. I can see that every year it will get easier. I'm always learning something new with each experience. I am grateful to all the vendors who participated, including friends Jen, Anna and Jenn for helping make it a successful event by setting up beautiful tables full of handmade treasures and providing snacks and treats to help make it a party.
I scrambled to create the few things for my table...not a good way to go about it. I ended up with just a handful of pieces to offer and dozens of half-finished things. Better planning? More time? Not sure about the best way to go about it.
I am so thankful to Jen for taking pictures. I never picked up my camera once the entire night. See her sweet summary of the event here.
Of course I did some of my own shopping. I fell in love with Karen's scarves immediately. (It's not like I needed a new scarf...especially once I finish these.) Her work is so beautiful!!
This is the one I couldn't pass up...it matches my reversible wool coat perfectly.
My seven-year-old fell in love with one of Julie's spirit dolls and I thought it so sweet that Papa had to get it for him.
It was a wonderful event and for any local vendors, we'd love you have you join us next year.