I truly love my trips to I Like You. I always enjoy catching up on gossip with Sarah and shooting the breeze with Angela. They’re two rad ladies I feel blessed to have in my life, and not just because their craft sales tend to make me a fair chunk of change.
I stopped over today to drop off some ornaments for their holiday show and pick up cards to hand out to everyone I know (and if you’re reading this, and I don’t give you a card, you’d better head to the sale mentioned in that linked blog, or I will cry… seriously). I was in the truck when I thought “Gee, I may never see these ornaments again. I should take pictures of them.” Hopefully I will never see these ornaments again, anyway. I would like for them to sell! So without further pomp or circumstance, I present to you… your dinner. I mean, the ornaments.
I’m feeling more confident about my color correcting on this Mac. At least my pictures don’t look completely fake anymore. Moving on…
The star is my favorite, but the tree is growing on me. Who doesn’t love a pink Christmas tree? Right?
All four can be found at I Like You sometime around the Saturday after Thanksgiving when they are having their fabulous holiday party. It’s the last party before they move locations, so I feel it’s necessary every cool kid in the world goes. Or at least in the Twin Cities metropolitan area.
Yes, this post is a thinly veiled attempt to put off working; why do you ask? Look, it’s really f-ing cold up here! Cut me some slack! Plus all I’m doing right now is cutting, and cutting is probably the most dreaded part of any sewing project.
Head on over to the St. Cloud National Guard Armory (1710 8th St N/Veterans Drive) between 10am and 3pm on Saturday, October 25 for the Women of Today Shopping Boutique. There will be all sorts of great vendors as well as a “Kids Karnival.”
Silver Pear Designs will be there in all our glory, vending headbands, wallets, totebags, buttons, cozies, and hair snaps.
We have tons of new cozies, some clearance, and even a special offer that’s only available at craft sales!
It should be a fun time. In honor of the Kids Karnival, my little girls’ headbands are only $5!
It’s been a long, arduous day, but it was well worth every minute. The 6am alarm clock got me off to work for a four hour shift, and then I rushed across the river for a brick and mortar blitz with Jenna and Sarah.
We visited a large number of stores today, so I will keep my faithful readers posted if there are any further developments. For now, I’m taking a break from sewing and working more on my wrist warmers–they’ve been neglected.