I just wanted to wish everyone a Happy Valentine’s Day! I know, I know…it’s a Hallmark Holiday…but hey, why should we pooh pooh a reason to celebrate our love for someone else. I was lucky enough to get to be wished a ‘Happy Valentine’s Day’ two mornings in a row. My lovely husband woke up yesterday and with a smug grin on his face he said, “Happy Valentine’s Day”. My response…”Sweetie…it’s tomorrow.” “Oh.” He didn’t realize it’s on the 14th of February…every year…he just thought it happened on a Saturday in February. Gotta love him 🙂 Anyway, I did want to share some pictures of the Valentine Craftacular I sold my goods at yesterday. I had a wonderful time, met a lot of great people, enjoyed a few beers (hey, my booth was literally right by the bar), and sold a few things. I didn’t sell all of my items though so keep an eye on my etsy shop for some new listings in the next few days. A quick snapshot of my booth. I have way too many things and am always trying to figure out a new way to display it all…it seems to change at each show. The other challenge at this show was to provide proper lighting for myself. It was at a bar, the High Noon Saloon, so the lighting was crap.My weird five light lamp ended up being the perfect solution. And of course my hubby created an amazing contraption with a hanger and some duct tape to keep the lights all facing in the right direction! Thanks Jared! Many were impressed…Some of my early browsers…the earrings and typewriter rings were a hit! My cousins, Eric, Paul and Scott, and Scott’s girlfriend Erika came to visit me at my booth…make a few special purchases AND buy me a beer! Thanks guys! These girls were really into my earrings (yeah!) I think they had a lot of fun looking at all the selection. View from the top…lots of shoppers checking out all the amazing goodies! A few from the top…my booth was just past the second beam…right across from the bar… Thanks to everyone that came and a special thanks to Naomi, from the Glitter Workshop, for all her work organizing and advertising this event to make it the success it was!