Little recap on the Wichita
Handmade Craft Fair. This was my first
craft sale and I'm happy to say, though I only sold two small items I made my
$10 rent on my booth back. So it was
successful. I was more excited to see
all of the members of Wichita Handmade's items up close for the first time.
Here is my booth. I'm behind my pillows working on something. There's my cute husband helping me. For a last minute booth idea and set up I was happy how it looked. Photo taken by JaNelle, thanks!
Here we have K-rex Creations. These are extremely well made purses. His craftsmanship is amazing.
Next is It's All About Vintage. She uses vintage items to make unique jewelry pieces. Thanks, Emily for the picture!
Emily was making glass beads out front. She is a very talented painter as well. Check out her shop, The Emily Houtz Gallery.
Here is Angelady619. She makes cute little angels from lace. These are great as a small gift to someone or ornament.
This great pink booth is Ribbon Candy. She makes cute bows and items for little girls. Her Lil' Miss Independence dresses are adorable little outfits made of bandannas.
Here are some of Back Yard Studios creations. She loves animals so you will see many wonderful items painted and created of the creatures she loves.
I saved the best for last, The Secret Gallery. She was going to demo the wheel but it was too cold. Jill provided everyone with the space to set up our booths and make this craft sale happen. Again thanks, JaNelle for the picture!