Sunday, December 7, 2008

Snowflake Success


Wow. After all the excited planning, painting, sanding, embellishing, printing and meeting, the Snowflake Bazaar is over. Shellie and I had a wonderful time. Our friends and families showed us amazing support with calls, and visits from Massachusetts (Cindy!) and New Jersey (Betsy and Andy!). We didn't really know what to expect for a turnout, especially with the current economy, but we were pleased with the results of our first effort. Of course even more fun than making any sale was seeing people react to our goodies and the fun time we had preparing. Later that evening it snowed -- the first of the season -- magical!


Anything wood or tin was made by me; anything with fabric was made by Shellie.




Packaging is everything!




Shellie and me. Note my cottage T! On to the next venture ...

18 comments:

Cynthia's Cottage Design said...

Oh wow Elyse! what a beautiful job you girls did on the tables, they look fabulous and everything on it looks beautiful!! what a great mix, your painting and her aprons and fabrics etc, look scrumptious together! I'm so glad you had a good time! if you have anything left, put it on your etsy or wherever and im sure it will be snapped up !! I love those little xmas bags in pink too! how cute! I love the little lights on the fencing and all of your things just look absolutely gorgeous sweetie!!

~ hugs ~ Cyn

tam said...

Oh I really like your presentation of all you beautiful creations! You girls did a great job-wish I could have been there!
~Tam :D

Cottage Rose said...

Hello Elyse; Your table is so pretty. Looks like every one had a great time. Love all the gorgeous things you two make.

Have a great week ahead.

Hugs;
Alaura

Ursula said...

We enjoyed your table at the Snowflake Bazaar! Even more we loved our purchase!

Anonymous said...

Kudos to you, Elyse Eliz.

So proud of you!

XOXO, Baba

Glitter and Bliss said...

I am so thrilled that you had a great show. I love your presentation.....so professional!!! I loved the lights on the fences and the tables. Good idea.... Hugs to you...Leslie

Amy C said...

oh it looks fab, you are right packaging is everything, and yours is beautiful

Elise said...

What a fun booth!! Love the shutters and the stockings are so cute, too!!
Elise

Cynthia's Cottage Design said...

Hi Elyse!

Thanks so much for you sweet comments, and btw, it was because of your little table that I chose that look for mine! I just added a link to your blog from that post because you were the one who inspired me !!!

so a million thanks for the perfect color palette sweetie!! xox

TattingChic said...

Thank you for your sweet comment on my blog! It look like your boutique sale went well! I would've loved to have come if we were closer! You had some cute things!

Liz said...

Those are some lovely goodies. Beautiful.

XUE said...

Congratulations Elyse & Shellie! And you are colour coordinated for that day too! I'm happy for yr wonderful day & that it was a big hit! I wish I could hv been there to visit you too.

Tracey said...

How wonderful!!! What a beautiful spread! You guys did a great job!

Sugar Bear said...

Hi Elyse,
Your booth is gorgeous! I love all of the soft colors and goodies. Makes me wish I was there!
Karla

Vintage Amethyst said...

Oh goodness everything looks amazing!!! So pretty.
So glad to hear everything went really well, well done to you both!
love
Alison
x

ROSE VINE COTTAGE said...

Hi Elyse,
I am so happy for you on your bazaar!! It looks so pretty and cottagy!! My kinda booth! I saw that Cynthia painted her table like yours and gess what last week I painted my coffee table the same way! I haven't found the flowers to put on it yet but I'm looking (; Thanks for the inspiration!
Hugs~Kelly

Maryjane - The Beehive Cottage said...

Hello Elyse! Looks like you had fun! What WONDERFUL wares you had for sell and your display table looked so inviting filled to the brim! I see those darling shutters that we all want! So tempting!

Hugs,
Maryjane

Sweet Cottage Dreams said...

Oh such pretty things to buy! You both did such a lovely job making things to sell. Cute bags and yes, packaging is important!

xo
Becky