Many of you may know that every year I do an annual holiday sale with other artists in one of the artists home. It was last week and I wanted to share some of the photos.
There were ten of us this year and we all do complementary but different things. For example, there are several jewelers but their work is very different.
I had my silk scarves that I learned thanks to Elizabeth's blog! Dig into her tutorials for some fun ideas!
I also had quite a collection of mixed media collage cards, along with photo cards in two sizes.
The small notes are thank you sized, the larger ones 5x7.
For the first time I put some of my watercolors on the cards. I was so happy those went well!
I was also pleased to see Thanksgiving cards sell. I always wonder who still buys cards. At least a few people do!
I had a few other things too, mostly holdovers from previous years. Those include some mixed media canvases and plaster boxes.
The little Scrabble tile pieces had a few fans, too!
Of course, there were tags, journals, pocket-sized silk kleenex holders, mini-notebooks lots of fun things!
My fellow artists created calendars, pottery soap dishes, soap and lotions, pens and accessories, cozy knits, ornaments, coasters, keepsake boxes and so much more. I think we did a lot of our own shopping too!
And we had lots of good treats and door prizes.
After I fill some special orders this week, the remaining inventory will be available if anyone is interested. If you are, let me know in the comments and I will probably create a link or blog page here where you can take a look.
This posts joining the Share Your Cup blog link party. Check in HERE for more fun links to exciting and creative holiday fun!
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