Tuesday, November 24, 2009

One More Show Finished

Well the 2009 Bazaar is over. All of the months and months of crafting and creating are now done and put to bed. Each year I say this will be the last but then along about June I start getting my "crafting itch" and just can't help myself.

Below are a few pictures of the displays and items we had for sale.
Old wood windows go really well. I sold all but one this year, which is really good because I don't need anymore windows stored in the garage. I am now down to about six old windows and hope to get rid of them all. (Hubby would be overjoyed to say the least.)

Here is my daughter Maria taking down the displays after it was over. The take down was done in a record 45 minutes this year. Putting up the whole thing only takes about 4 hours.
This is the only picture I got of my helpers. From left to right: Maria, Natasha (both are my daughters), Elaine and Lynn. Lynn and Elaine make the best hand dipped chocolates in the world and bring them to sell along with my other stuff.

Oh ya, they also make the best tasting pretzles, in the basket on the left. They wrap homemade carmel around a large pretzel then dip it in chocloate then roll in peanuts (they also have rolled them in chopped peans, cashews and almonds which I prefer over peanuts).

Well that's a wrap for this year.


Amy said...

Glad everything went well!

Jane said...

It sounds like all of your hard work paid off. Now hopefully you can relax and enjoy the holiday!

Cecelia---Sis---Mom said...

Glad it all went well, I was sure it would. Your creativity is amazing. So nice of your daughters and friends to help out. That would be so much fun.


Rainy Day Farm said...

Thanks for the flattering pictures! I am not helping next year!:P