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Tuesday, June 14, 2011

This is a picture of my recent booth at the arts festival.  This year I bought curtains and a couple of directors chairs.  After all the director has to have a nice colorful place to sit-just kiddin.  It started out kinda of bad when we were setting up and the rain showed up to try and steal the show, but the rain only lasted a few minutes. It was a mix of cloudy and sunny weather with a cool breeze.  The weather was about 78 degrees and a beautiful perfect day. It was a long day because the festival lasted 10 hours and then I had to go to my real job afterwards for another 8 hours.  I was exhausted for about two days after that.  I am just not a spring chicken anymore, but tell my brain that because it refuses to admit it and is still in denial. Overall the festival was a success and we had a great time.  I am going to miss all the people I have met the last two years in Ogden at the artist market.  If you want to find me I will be at the SLC artist market downtown at Pioneer Park.  It is the biggest market in Utah and has about 200 vendors so there is a lot to do a see.  There is a lot of really great artwork this year and it goes every Saturday from 8-1 through October

6 comments:

  1. The curtains make a beautiful backdrop! I can't imagine going to another job after a 10 hour festival!!!! You are a tropper! ~Val

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  2. I love the blog makeover. It is so beautiful! Really enjoying it. Also got my new Belle Armoire Jewelry and there you are, again. Pretty soon there will be no room left on the right hand side of your blog to list where you are published.

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  3. Kim you should really considering sending some of your beautiful work into one of the magazines. Thank You for your nice comments.

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  4. Love the look of your new blog design, Denise. And your booth looks beautiful ...great signage and the colors so inviting. Do hope you did well at the show.
    Hugs
    Diana

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  5. Thanks Diana, I look forward to meeting you in Petaluma.

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  6. The jewelry on the photo is the one catches my attention, it's elegant :) See more here jewelry making

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