Saturday, November 29, 2008

Sweet William Market





I wanted to do a post on the much anticipated Sweet William Market show this next weekend in Denver, Colorado. I will be participating and have been a crazy person getting ready! Above are pictures of the adorable marketing cards I've been handing out left and right. One picture is the front and the other the back. The girls who put on this show do a very good job of marketing. Anyways, I was hoping that my blog viewers that live within our area might see this post and want to come! I'm so excited about the show, and have been preoccupied with the details. In fact, I've been crafting like crazy, and trying to pay attention to every detail. I sure hope we have a good turnout! Anyone and everyone is welcome to attend!

By the way, Happy Thanksgiving! I am fortunate to live near my parents, sister, and brother. Both sis and bro have children and significant others, so we had a good family gathering. I feel truly blessed this time to year to have all that I do. What a blessed person I am, and I try so hard not to take it for granted. One thing my social work days taught me was not to take one bit for granted how fortunate I am to have the family and the life I've been blessed to have. So, Happy Thanksgiving everyone! I'll do another post later about the show!

8 comments:

Kasey said...

wish i was there doing the show with you!
k-

Jeanneoli said...

I will be there. Can't wait.

Glenda/MidSouth said...

A little far away for me, but do hope the show is a success for you.
Glenda

Jenni B said...

Oh, my! Those invitations are SO cute! I wish I lived in Colorado now. :)

Pop on over to my blog for a fantastic Holiday giveaway!

Jenni B

McMaster & Storm said...

I'm loving their marketing cards....sounds like a good venue.
Wishing you all the best and no flying debris this time!!!
Have a lovely week.
K & D too

girllovesclothes said...

sounds great.

Beth Quinn said...

ohh if i lived closer you know i would be there !!!!! wish you the best of luck too my friend !!
and yes i agree social work has taught me to to cherish the little things too - hope you had a wonderful thanksgiving !
xo
beth

girllovesclothes said...

can't wait to hear all about it.