Sunday, November 14, 2010

The Queen Bee

So here's how it ended . . . my booth finally set up at the Queen Bee Market.

What an amazing boutique!  Mique and Jess did an outstanding job planning this event.  It was loads of fun.

I loved hanging out and chatting with my booth neighbors all weekend.  So many talented women, let me tell you.  It could have been really intimidating if it weren't for the fact that they were all soooo nice.  We had the best smelling row thanks to the lovely organic soaps to my left -- they masked the smell of burnt coffee wafting down the hall.  

Best part of the weekend . . . meeting new creative friends. 

I had established friends there too like Little Red Wren and My Sticky Designs.  We always have a good time together.  

Before the weekend was over, I made plans to take come classes with Michelle, and visit the L.A. fashion district with the sweet creator of Elk Dresses.  It always amazes me that kindred spirits are everywhere.

Wost part of the weekend . . . . setting up, and tearing down.  It takes FOREVER, especially if you are vying for parking spaces in a tiny lot!!!!

Now I am exhausted . . .  I think it's time to take a nap. 


Jenni said...

ooooh! looks beautiful! wish i could have been there!

Eve said...

It was so much work but totally worth it! Can't wait to do it again in the spring!

Eunice said...

How did it go? Was it economically worth it? Your booth looks fabulous. Wish I could have been there!

steelebjm said...

I'm WAY looking forward to hitting the fashion district with you at Spring Break! :D

meg duerksen said...

hey....i can see my friend julie's booth getting set up in the way background with the turquoise ruffley garland hanging. :)
your booth looks awesome crystal!
love it.

Bethany @ Organic Enchilada said...

Your booth looked fantastic!

jeanne @ Inspiring Ideas said...

Congrats on a great event!! Would love to have come!!!!!!!