Here are a few pics I took from my home show. I had a good turn out and a great time! I will definitely do it again next year and will be sure to promote it earlier and maybe have it last two days long. I might even have another mini sale night in December, if I find there is enough interest from people who missed this weekend's event...
My dining room transformed pretty easily into a fancy jewelry and bead boutique! I used the shelves that usually display my Yixing teapots to hold necklace displays and my kitchen table and slate shipping table to hold bead and more jewelry displays.
Jeremy put up a shelf I bought for the room and I filled it up with more displays. It will be used to hold my wine glasses or some kitchen items now that the show is over, but I am pleased to know how easily I can transform the room again for another show!
I set up a little table in the living room for my gifts and ornaments. I don't know where they all came from! I kept unearthing boxes from the basement from all my years of Potters Markets. I'll be putting these up on Etsy soon.
In celebration of the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, Lisa is collecting stories and photos of the gifts of jewelry we make and give to show our thanks to others.
Tammy tackles the never ending question about soldering irons and making jewelry.
Take a Trip into the Woods via ABS's Friday Picks!
Cyndi currently has TWO fabulous giveaways going on: Acculon beading wire and a Murano glass pendant!
Carmi has a cute little felt ring project to share this week.
This week, Cindy's mad for "snow globe-ish" jewelry!
Jean has an amazing, don't miss, book giveaway! All you have to do is leave a comment on her blog and you might becme the winner of Lark's completely stunning 500 Plastics Jewelry Designs--what a marvel of a book!
Take a tour of Africa through its beads! Win a $75 gift certificate to The BeadChest in this week's Thursday Giveaway!
Melanie is an artist, blogger, writer, and ceramic beadmaker at Earthenwood Studio. Her beads and components can be found at her Etsy shop and her jewelry can be found in her Etsy Galleria. To comment on this post, visit the original post at the Earthenwood Studio Chronicles Blog.