December Market Recap

Well, I can’t say this weekend was hugely profitable, though I did enjoy spending time with Betsy from Coastal Colors. As most of you know, we split a booth at the Woodstock Market and Show this weekend. The traffic was really low, but I am grateful for the sales we made. Anyway, I thought I’d give you a December Market recap by sharing some of the things I made for the show. If you follow on facebook, you have seen some of these already.

First, some pics of my booth. We had 3 doors hinged accordion-style on which to hang pictures. Betsy used the other side, and this worked really well. I sold lavender sachets again, and Christmas stockings in two sizes.


December Market Collage |


Vintage keys were popular:


Framed Keys |


Fabric covered memo boards:


December market- memo boards |


Small wood tray with French postmark graphic:


December 2012 market- key jewelry tray |


Glass sconce/ planters updated with soapy water, scrub brush, and paint. Smile Wouldn’t these be fun with Christmas balls and lights?


December 2012 market- glass planters |


A quick little foot stool makeover with new fabric and graphics transfer:


Footstool makeover Collage |


A whimsical Christmas tree cloche:


Music trees cloche |


The burlap roses topiary and canister set I shared with you earlier:


Topiary and Canister Collage |


Whew, now that the show is over, it’s time to get cracking on Christmas decorations! Are you finished with your Christmas decorating and shopping? I haven’t even started!!! Ack!




  1. Linda Hayes says:

    Nicely done!
    Can’t wait to get the Lavender Sachets I ordered. Perfect stocking stuffers and so nice to tuck into a pajama gift set.
    Who’s excited???

  2. Hi Sheila. Busy or not, it was nice to have you as a show neighbor last weekend. Your booth looked great and the merchandise is outstanding.

    Stay in touch!

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