I love this time of year, after Halloween when all the church, high school and juried craft sales begin. There is always something fun and interesting at most of these, and I just enjoy looking. Something about the spirit of these local shows that appeals to me.
This weekend I am driving to DC to join Beth at her son's highschool holiday craft sale. We have never done a craft sale, but we decided to do it to support the school and it will be a fun way to spend the day together.
I don't have any expectations going in, so what ever happens will be fine. I pulled out my mega scrap box and stitched up a stack of little zippered bags to sell.
I don't expect shoppers to be spending big bucks so I'm planning to bring items that are easy on the pocketbook. I had also planned on a couple of free days to do some last minute preparations, but the phone did ring and the jobs did come in. So off I go to Richmond today. Doh!
I'm sticking in an unrelated picture here. I snapped this a few weeks back at the Williamsburg Antique Mall but couldn't find my card reader for my little camera until now. Some fun little girl dresses made from vintage feedsacks. CUTE!