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Saturday, September 18, 2010

Getting Ready for Heritage Festival

I have always wanted to have a booth at a craft show or art festival.  On October 16, I will have my first craft booth at the Heritage Festival in Jasper, Alabama.  To read more about the Heritage Festival, click here.

I love making cards and paper crafting.  Over the past few years I have made so many paper craft items that my craft closet and drawers are full.  I have over six shoe boxes full of handmade greeting cards.  I hope my first craft booth is a success.

As you well know, I love Stampin' Up! products.  I purchased the Night and Day Speciality Designer Series Paper a few years ago.  In this paper pack, one of the designs is black and white houndstooth.  When I saw the paper, I knew exactly how I would put it to good use.  The first item I created using this paper was an altered mini composition book.  When a Crimson Tide fan saw it, she had to have it!

When I decided to have booth at this year's festival, I dug out the remaining houndstooth patterned paper and created a Post-it-Note holder/covers that I hope will be a BIG hit.

A friend suggested I should offer to personalize with an initial.  I actually like the Post-it-Note holder with the flower.  What do you think?  Please post your vote in my comments section.

View my other Post-it-Note covers, click here.  Instructions with measurements can be found here.

3 comments:

Mary said...

I like the alphabet one the best. Mary

Pam~ said...

I like them both but the flower one is probably my fav. Good luck at your festival! War Eagle!!!

Yvonne Russell said...

The flower one possibly looks a little "fuller". I love personalised and monogram projects.and Is there a way you could combine both ideas e.g. a letter on a smaller circle in the middle of the flower?

They are both fab and love the colours and papers.