As always, last weekend’s Artist Market was a blast. I wish I had better pictures, but to show you what I was up against, look at my booth:

Yes, it’s the one bathed in heavenly light.

I didn’t realize quite how spotlighted my booth was until I went up to the loft and visited Spacecraft who did a gift tag making station and had all sorts of fun stuff going on.

She also had this rad handmade wrapping paper. Love it!

My booth neighbor ended up being Miyako from cone10studios, whose website I finished recently. Charleston is such a small town and it was fun to see her work doing so well.

This time around I did do something a little different with the display. To make “risers” of sorts, I got some styrofoam planks (they sell them in thick sheets at the craft store) and simply wrapped them up in Kraft paper. They were light, easy to carry and did the trick perfectly for a simple craft show display. It’s always such a struggle to get dimension in your display.

Here’s a photo of me and the booth shot by the one and only Sea Star Arts who likes to take pictures of you while you’re talking to her…

…but she tends to always get great pictures that way :-)

A few of the other great vendors I met…

There were also carolers, food truck Banh Mi (YUM), and it was just an all around fun day. So glad we get to be a part of it.

How was your weekend?


  1. SeaStarArts says:

    aw, thanks for the shout out! you are such a pretty model for my photography! xo

  2. That is such a cute picture of you!

  3. Off to check out SheSells candles. And I want a drink that tastes like apple pie!