I spent 2 months getting ready for this show...
...and it was so worth it!
I needed new labels for all my new creations!
Although I didn't make any of these Operation Incognito sets for Renegade, I had 5 to make before I could work on anything else. So I had to take a photo of the huge pile of beards!
But I did take these "process" photos of the 5 sets of Sleepover Pals that I made...
All cut out...
Lots of little arm balls...(that sounds weird, hu?)
And the finished pile 'o pals!
There were 5 more that didn't fit in the shot. The Tag-a-long Dolls were the first to go last time, so I wanted to be prepared.
I sold every. single. one. before 4 o'clock.
I wanted to make some cute ornaments, so I made some houses...
Sorry for the blurry/crappy booth photos. I took too long setting up and had to wait for a break in the HUGE crowd to thin out so I could get some quick shots before getting trampled. It was nuts!
The swings were a last minute addition by my brilliant husband.
...who is trying to hide but not well at all.
These little foxes went pretty fast too!
I wanted to get custom stickers made for my bags, but I waited too long to order them. So I ended up stamping them all with the stamp that I already had. I like it better, don't you?
And now, onto my fav booths...
Such cute japanese bows.
These cats. OMG. Their display was top notch. Her husband built a fruit/veggie stand to house all of her plushies. She also makes crinkly bacon and chicken wings rattles for babies. So cute!
I always have to stop by the Wool Buddy booth. And buy something.
This birdie necklace kills me. If I wore large necklaces...
Tako Fibers. LOVE her. She is so friendly! And makes such cute crewl kits!
This display was also amazing. Museum amazing.
Renegade is SOOO much fun! I'm excited for summer already!