Friday, December 14, 2012


It's official: I've hit the craftermath. After a busy season of craft shows and making, I'm ready to dive into the disaster that is our home.

I'm still filling orders and dealing with little bits of business, but at a much less harried pace. There are bits of paper—stacked mail, punched holes, cut corners, trimmed edges—everywhere. Not to mention the dust. I'm also planning a few afternoon fires with book in hand. It does feel a bit like a treat that there is still a little over two weeks left in the year. Plenty of time to clean up, get festive and plan for the new year. Are you with me?!

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

But wait … there's more!

While I'm in recovery mode from a full and fabulous holiday craft show season (whew!), the festivities carry on. There is still time to check out some great local (and not-so-local) events and shopping venues. 

Ornamentacular 2012 at Naka in Ferndale

For the second year, Naka will have a festive holiday tree trimmed with ornaments from over a dozen local crafters and artists. I dropped off twelve of my recycled misprint ornaments to be included. $1 from every ornament sale will benefit the Gleaner's Community Food Bank.

212 Arts Center Holiday Art Sale in Saline

You can also find more Sloe Gin Fizz items along with work of a host of local artists and crafters at the 212 Arts Center Holiday Art Sale now through Saturday, December 15.

I also have work included in the BBAC Holiday Shop which runs through Sunday, December 16.

Indie Craft Experience Holiday Pop-Up Shop
at Criminal Records in Atlanta, GA

AND … if you happen to be in Atlanta, the Indie Craft Experience Holiday Pop-Up Shop at Criminal Records runs through December 30! Monday-Saturday - 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. * Sunday - 12 noon to 7 p.m. I would love to see this in action in person, so if you go — please report back!!! 

That's it for now. I'll be getting back to a regular blogging schedule shortly, including more updates of makers, goodies and finds I've found along the craft show trail this fall and winter.