Well, it was a bit of a bust. Thankfully it was free. It was only the first year for this particular show, it was in the Hope Artiste village, "an eclectic mix of artists and entrepreneurs in one of the biggest mill restoration projects in Rhode Island. The project combines the fine arts and independent small businesses and brings them together under one roof." but in a bad section of town, but such a cool place, if not for the child, I would totally be living there, in a loft...anyway, I'm glad I did it though, I sold some bags, had some fun, and got to share space with my fellow arts in ri peep Paula, of Venbead http://www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=5154768 (for some reason my links are not working....) she makes the most gorgeous glass pendants and beads. Here's a pic of my booth and the ever helpful man. Paula and I both have 7yr olds, and he was great keeping them busy, and making coffee/food runs, even on his hurt foot. Thanks Jeff!
Well I returned with a bounty of yummy bags and wristlets, that are now in the shop. I am also having a GIVE-A-WAY! I will randomly pick 3 lucky people to receive one of these fabulous lavender eye pillows! they are filled with lavender from provence (ooh la la ) organic flax seed and buckwheat hulls.
Just comment by midnight Wednesday and relaxation will be on it's way!