On Saturday I held a Holiday Open House for the grand opening of my booth at a local store here in Statesboro, GA - The Vintage Connection.
The unveiling of my booth was a big deal for me. It was my break from the cyber virtual world of the computer and a real life meet and great of those who enjoy my work.
Each of my guests were each given one of these . The mugs were provided by Hometalk, an online community of bloggers and professionals as well as everyday folk who enjoy all things home. A great place to get and share ideas and advice. I put a goodie bag into each mug and tied it up with pretty twine.
And you can't call it a holiday party without a dessert bar!
This beautiful glass cake dome is from Wayfair.com - one of my new favorite
Those chocolate covered pastry puffs are filled with Bavarian cream - because that's how I party!!
My booth space is filled with things I love like this Lourve post card depicting antique French furniture.
And this one with a horse painting replica. I wish I had paid attention to who the artist was. I am really digging all things farm animal these days!
These are a throwback to my folk art days. I sculpted these a while back and thought I'd place them in the booth to make things festive and also remind me of how I got to here.
Several friends dropped by for support. Sadly I didn't get pictures of them all.
We had some fun playing with paint and eating cream puffs.
It was a great day and a perfect open house. I hope these guys had as much fun as I did!!
Hometalk and Wayfair partnered with some bloggers to celebrate the season with these beautiful cloches, like you see here in my post. Thanks to Wayfair for providing my cloche. I wasn’t compensated to write this post about my party.