Join MontanaGirl for Littleton's premier craft sale this Saturday at Ketring Park. Wear your walking shoes and be prepared to shop.
This sale is HUGE!
Stacking Bangles - Infinite Possibilities!
It's 90 degrees out, Rocky Ford melons are finally at the Farmer's Market, Target's isles are stocked with school supplies, and my head is full of winter scarves and Christmas ornaments.
I work all year building inventory and planning displays. Some shows you have to commit to as early as January in order to get in. Some wait until the last minute to tell you that you're accepted.
It can get a little nerve wracking, but that's the game!
You can always find my show schedule here or on my Facebook page. If you have any suggestions for items or venues I'd love to here from you!
Giant Sized Scrubbies - you know you want one!
I recently took a deep breath and tried something new--consignment at Willow - an Artisan's Market, one of my favorite stores in Littleton. I'm quite pleased with the variety of my products they have decided to stock.
Items range from a complete selection of my fiber bangles, through several styles of scarves, into my line of housewares. Now you can get your hands on my super functional Jumbo Scrubbies without having to wait for a craft show!
Stop in and take a peek!
Handmade Colorado Exhibit at DIA
The Handmade Colorado exhibit at DIA that I'm participating in has greatly expanded their website and have added a blog. On a weekly basis each participant is supposed to share what they are currently working on. It's an interesting peek into the studios and creative processes of crafts people from around the state. MontanaGirl made it's debut today with a post about my charity crafting efforts. Hop on over to the exhibit's website and leave a comment so I can look cool in front of the other crafters.
Extra! Extra! I'm one of 27 artisans featured in Handmade Colorado, a 5 month exhibit in Ansbacher Hall - the unsecured walkway between Jeppesen Terminal and the security checkpoint for A gates. (You might recognize the glass cases) Erin, the exhibit coordinator, found me through my Etsy shop and thought my fiber bracelets and colorful crochet ornaments were perfect for the "wrap" display.
If you are traveling through DIA and have a few extra minutes, check it out. The show is a wonderful celebration of Colorado's creative spirit and well worth a look. My case will be about half way, on the left side as you head towards Concourse A.
I've been scrambling to create and photograph new inventory. Let me know what you think!