Sunday, November 19, 2006

Craft Fair Success

The craft faire yesterday was a success. Even more so since afterwards I went to my dad's house and Liz bought a bunch of things from me.

However, today I went shopping and most of my money is now gone. I've really been needing some new clothes for work as well as socks. Pretty much all of my socks have gotten holes in them.

And it was a good birthday too. Low key, but nice. We had gotten up at 5 since we had to get to the church early to set up for the fair. Needless to say Chris and I were rather tired. So we had an early dinner at Outback and then I think I was asleep by 8. I slept in this morning, so now I am well rested.

Time to go bake so that I can make my recipe pages for the cookie recipe swap.


Christine R said...

Happy Birthday!!!

How was the craft fair other than successful? Did you sell your pumpkins, chipboard, and lollipop tree? So good to sleep that...and there is nothing like new socks to wear! Love socks! Happy Birthday!!

Chris said...

Sold both the Christmas accordions, but none of the baby ones. Sold 2 of the chipboards, 3 pumpkins, and a few different sets of cards that I had.

Chris didn't sell any of the lollipop trees, although people commented that they were cute. And he sold 5 of the 8 wood puzzles that he had made.

~Mel said...

I'm glad you had a nice birthday, and was able to make some money from the fair. It's always good to buy clothes and not necessarily spend your "own" money.

Happy Birthday, again!

Tracy said...

Happy Birthday!!!!

And that reminds me, I need new socks too!

Brittany's Corner said...

Happy belated b-day. I see you and my George share a b-day.

Great job on the craft show. the table looks wonderful. I am always in need of socks.....they get lost and holes in them all the time.

Michelle said...

Congrats on your craft fair success! Everything looks great :)

And happy belated birthday!

Vanessa B. said...

Happy Birthday and congratulations on the craft fair! Just finished my cookie swap pages. Can't wait to see them all.

Tami said...

glad to hear the craft fair went well. would you ship one of those lollipop trees up here to NH. my daughter would love it.

i love new socks. smartwool are my favorite, too expensive though.