Thursday, December 8, 2011

I'm excited to be taking part in a craft fair this weekend in the Elgin Hall, situated on the road to Crescent Beach and White Rock. I've often thought about framing my prints and producing a line of cards, but I must admit that procrastination has always been my steadfast companion!

This year I took a leap of faith and - a few weeks ago - attended my first art and craft fair as a vendor. It was great fun and I learned a lot.
 Imagine my dismay, then, when the show booked for this weekend was cancelled by its original organizer.
Fortunately, a few brave and hardy women jumped in and saved the day.
Many thanks to Nicci, Amanda and team!

If you get a chance to visit, I would love to have you drop by. All merchandise to be sold is produced here in B.C., and the work of many local artisans is highlighted.

With Christmas almost upon us, I suspect my blogging will continue to be sporadic, but in the New Year, I mean to visit each and every one of my dear online friends.

I sincerely wish you all love,  peace and contentment in the days ahead....


Angela said...

Your photographs are marvelous...especially the children!

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Good luck with sales -- your cards look wonderful!

Jo said...

So good to see you again, Lynette, I've missed you! Wow, your cards and paintings are awesome. All with the African flavour. All the best with your sales this weekend. Blessings, Jo

Katy Cameron said...

Hey stranger, nice to see you! Hope the sale goes well, your photos are fab

Deborah said...

The photo's are just beautiful, as are those words ... I'd snap them all up if I was there! :o)

Sherry Blue Sky said...

What a GLORIOUS display of your wonderful art! WOW, kiddo! It is SO nice to see you posting too. My heart gave a little skip:) E you in a bit....I need to make some purchases!

adrielleroyale said...

What a great opportunity and wonderful step of faith!! .May procrastination take his place in the back for a while cause look at you go!! :) These are so awesome :)

Kay L. Davies said...

I enlarged the photo showing your display, and it looks marvelous. I'm so sorry I left there on the 7th because I would have loved to attend, but I was restricted to dates available with Aeroplan.
However, Maria says she will be there, and I'm sure I'll hear all about it. Next time I'm out, we must get together again.
Luv, K

VioletSky said...

I understand about that procrastination problem....
i have always greatly admired your photos and your table looks great. I hope you did well.
And I hope that you are well.

Penelope Notes said...

It was great to see you at the fair, Lynette! You displayed your work beautifully and I so enjoyed discovering images I hadn't seen before. Maybe next year I'll be sitting at a table next to you.:)

trump said...

Happy holidays folks as I'm just visiting different blogs. Richard from Amish Stories

Pat Tillett said...

Hi there! How in the heck did I miss this post! These are AMAZING! I hope you did well.
Here's to a Merry Christmas to you and your family!

Pat said...

You have taken so many beautiful photos, Lynette, so I'm glad you are using them for cards and framed photo art. I've missed you, so I'm glad to see your posts again. Hope you had a wonderful Christmas with family and friends!ep

Ella said...

Your photos are gorgeous and Cheers to being brave! I hope you were well received~