I have everything finished, tagged, inventoried, and packed to drop off at the Rock n Roll Craft Show on Monday. It turns out that train cases and suitcases are a great way to carry your stock...and whatever gets carried back home will make its way to my etsy shop with plenty of time for holiday shopping.
I'm bringing lots of my postcard sets to the show this year and hope the tattoo girl is a good seller (these are also available in my etsy shop). Sometimes artwork doesn't transfer to a postcard really well but this one is a perfect match to the original. I'm looking forward to trying some new ideas with some of my collages...pretty cards or prints.
If you are in St. Louis, give the show a try. Despite the goofy name, the items and artists at the show are all unique and varied and it's a great chance to buy handmade (we even bought our son a handmade bongo drum last year).
It will be a busy week around here next week but I plan to post a tutorial for my craft apron on Tuesday...I've got pictures and everything. Sewing a craft apron is certainly nothing new but my nerdy way of making it is a study in efficiency of time and materials.