So I started working in my garage again (as you can tell from the pictures I am posting) now that summer is over. It is also a much safer place since I am using my handy dandy hot glue gun! I have made some with foam cones, paper mache’ and bottle brush trees. I used burlap, wonderfully rich fabric left over from window treatments and trim I had from previous projects. I am also using some of my vintage cups and candlesticks. I am having a blast! I hope they will prove to be successful!
Come see me on Saturday, September 21st from 9:30 am to 3 pm
What a fun day we had in Lansdale!
April 6, 2019 Schnecksville Spring Craft & Vendor Show, Schnecksville Fire Co
April 7, 2019 Handmade Craft Fair, Milestone Events, West Chester
April 13 &14, 2019 Easter Craft Show, Leesport Farmers Market
May 18, 2019 Church of the Holy Spirit Fair Day & Pie Festival, Harleysville
June 1, 2019 Arts & Crafts Festival Lansdale Day, Lansdale
June 8, 2019. 41st Annual Arts & Crafts Festival, Moravian Historical Society
September 21, 2019 Pennypacker Milks Craft Marketplace, Schwenksville
I made a bunch of beautifully scented lavender sachets for my upcoming craft shows. I can’t wait to share them with you!
I had a great time displaying my things and talking to the other vendors and the public! Great turnout!
So on September 15th, 2018 I started my journey to becoming a “crafter”. My husband Jim, my sister Luisa and her husband Dean set up the tent and the table. It was a lot of fun getting to talk to customers and other vendors!
I thought long and hard in order to come up with a name that captured what my new venture was all about. This is why I chose RELOVE. Like getting to love a piece of wood that has been restored to its original beauty. Or like finding a new use for something that is no longer used, like a vintage Coca Cola crate which I converted into a spice rack. Or like a shutter that is now used as a headboard for our guest room. A window which is a piece of art because I photo transferred pictures of our trip to Tuscany.
I saw this cup and immediately wanted it. It must have been the beloved tea cup of someone who cherished it dearly because you can notice some of the hand painted flowers are missing. My husband thinks it belonged to someone who was left handed. It is dainty and feminine. It is a Vintage Foley E. Brain & Co.Ltd Fine Bone China from 1930’s, made in England. It is available as a sweet jewelry holder or candy dish.
I could not resist these vintage Salt and Pepper shakers. Some are from Occupied Japan (1945-1952). Some are dainty and as small as 1 inch, others not so small and as red as tomatoes and come with a mustard pot! See for yourself!
10/5 & 10/6/2019 – Skippack Days, Skippack, PA
10/12/2019 – Haddonfield Fall Festival from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
What an exciting day we had in Ambler/Lower Gwnyedd Township on Saturday September 14th! So glad to be part of this event! The clouds looked ominous but the rain stayed away.