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Friday, November 7, 2014

My Vintage Booth and Crafting

This vintage lamb nursery planter is just the cutest kisth baby welcoming gift! I found it while out thrifting recently.
Hello! I am glad you decided to come for a visit!

 I have spent a lot of time this year working on my Booth #B112 at the American Classics Market Place, in Colorado Springs. I sell vintage home items like the antique depression glass cooky jar picture. and also some of my own crafting and sewing. So I am hopefully going to be even busier between now and Christmas with making a lot of fun things for my booth. Here are some cloth stuffed pumpkins that I made. Wish me luck!
I tend to be the slowest person in the world when I craft or sew or crochet, etc. It is a wonder I ever finish anything! As a matter of fact, I have plenty of unfinished projects that I will be working on again right after the New Year! Do you do that? Stop before a project is finished?
I can not believe how fast this year is flying by. My brain is not accepting that summer is over, let alone that we are coming up on winter. Oh yes, the leaves have changed and most have dropped. It was a wonderful display! I am blessed to live in Colorado where we have such long Indian Summers. It might get cold, but warms right back up!
Here is my dachshund, Hunter.
 
I get up early and take my son to the bus stop before the sun comes up. And it is getting colder and colder! But it sure is a pretty view!
Well, I guess I better get back to business. Hope you are all doing great!

Blessings,

Little Susie Home Maker

10 comments:

  1. I hope your business is doing well.
    Yes, indeed, the space between Christmas and New Year is most definitely the time to finished projects, check insurance and adjust the budget. Thou shalt not waste the twelve days of Christmas!!!

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  2. Hi Susie, looks to me like you've gotten a lot accomplished! I have never been good at mass producing. So selling at fairs and such has never been my forte. lol! CO weather is a lot like UT. Even when it snows the sun comes out to shine. Love that too! Best of luck with your booth.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  3. I love Colorado weather!! I wouldn't be thrilled about getting up early to drive the kids to the bus, but that is one gorgeous sunrise. Good luck in your booth, the next few months are the hottest selling months of the year!

    Carol

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  4. Look at you posting! I think your pumpkins are so pretty and your booth looks great. ♥

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  5. Hey Girlfriend! I love your shop, if I lived close by I would visit all the time!
    Happy Pink Saturday~
    Dorothy and Ms.Wilma

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  6. Susie,

    What a beautiful booth, love all the vintage and hand made items :-)
    Hope your family is doing well..............good to see you, it's been a while.
    Hugs,
    Sandy

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  7. Just found your blog and it is so sweet to read about you and all you do! I love finding new friends! Maggie/Maggie's Lil' Fixins

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  8. Your booth is just lovely and your pumpkins are the sweetest!! Wishing you a wonderful day! xo Heather

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  9. Love your booth, Susie! Yes, it's me! I'm still kicking. Seems time goes by so fast and before I know it, I'm behind on posts. I'm also having problems with my emails, so you may not get a reply to comments from me. Sorry but know I'm watching ya! Hugs!

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