Friday, November 1, 2013

A LITTLE SOMETHING I THREW TOGETHER FOR THE CRAFT FAIR...

Tomorrow is the day...the day of the craft fair in Dixon, Missouri.  Our church will have a booth there to raise money for our building fund.  We will have all sorts of homemade goodies just waiting for some nice people to come and take them home.

We have homemade pumpkin butter, apple butter and other yummy treats for sale.  We also have crocheted items and all sorts of rustic treasures made from old barn wood and barbed wire ready to go to the perfect home.  We have reindeer made of logs and branches...they are soooooo cute...you really must come and get one! 

There are high heel boot stockings perfect for the fashionestas in your family and book page pumpkins ready for the taking.  There are all sorts of embellished vases and candleholders all decked out for the holidays that would go perfect with any decor...and then there's this little one of a kind, perfect for fall, beauty that I threw together just for the fair....



This beautiful pumpkin is made from a gorgeous tapestry fabric in muted colors of blue, cream, orange and brown.  It sports a book page stem and leaf and is all decked out with a twine bow and curlyque.  It's the perfect one of a kind fall treasure and is sure to go fast! 

If you are in the Dixon, Missouri area, stop by and check out our booth.  I'm sure there will be something you will want to take home. 

UPDATE:   This little tapestry pumpkin and the book pages pumpkins I made for the craft fair were the first things to sell on Saturday..  They sold before the booth had even opened.  Another vendor spotted them and snatched them right up.  She didn't even argue over the prices.  The tapestry pumpkin sold for $12.00 and the book page pumpkins for $8.00 each.  Not too bad!  I was so very surprised because I figured that most people would be dodging the fall stuff and get things for Christmas. .

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