As I mentioned in a previous post, I did the First Christian Church Arts and Crafts show this past weekend. Well, when I was getting my stuff ready to go, I realized my booth sign that I've been using for awhile (and is totally homemade out of foam board) specifically stated that I sell unique jewelry. And while I did plan to have a few pieces of my jewelry there, my main focus was my aprons, hair accessories and the little wooden initial pendants that I only make for craft shows.
So I made me a new sign. I wanted to make a bunting but didn't have the time to make a real fabric one. So, I used foam board (I recycled my old sign!), scrapbook paper that I already had and letters that I printed off a free site on the internet.
I mod podged the scrapbook paper to the foam board and then glued the letters on. We clothespinned all the triangles to a jute string and pinned it to the table. I think it came out pretty good.
Although, it did confuse some of the customers who thought I was selling it by the letter. I think I probably should have made the triangles smaller.
Ironically, the church always has a bake sale table at the show and they were also selling buntings made out of construction paper by the little kids Sunday school class. They were very cute. And I want to say kudos to whoever made the cheesecake brownies that my son bought at the bake sale. He ate them all so they must have been good. :) It was the first time he stayed with me through a whole show. It was nice having him there.