Sunday, October 5, 2008

Creme Brulee Sale



So I've been a bit out of it for a few weeks. Hopefully I can find my mind again because I'm pretty sure I've lost it. The Creme Brulee Kids sale is officially over and I'm so glad. I'm insanely tired. If you don't know about the sale than follow the link I have on the side and read all about it. I don't have time to explain. Anyway I spent countless hours tagging clothes to sell there. I also did a boutique table at the sale all day Friday and Saturday. The owner of the sale Jaque Martinsons is a good friend of mine and she wrangled me into doing vinyl signs with her to sell there. She has the machine to cut the vinyl and I have all the woodworking tools so there you go, match made in heaven. We made up a bunch of sample signs and frames (see pictures below) which took hours of work. Ok so on top of that, 3 days before the sale Jaque told me it would be ok to set up a photography table to advertise my business. So this sent me into hyper drive or hyper active hyper drive as Woody says in Toy Story. I spent day and night, wee wee hours of the night getting ready to set up two boutique tables and consign massive amounts of clothing. I can't even explain to you the amount of work that went into pulling this all off. I'm just so, so tired. Which I'm sure you can tell because I'm rambling. There's a million stories I could tell but I don't have the energy. I had a great time even though I had to hold Lu on my hip for two straight days and now it feels as though my hip had come loose from my body. I met some really great ladies who were also selling their insanely adorable boutique items. More on these girls later. Now I must go to sleep.
This is our vinyl display


This is part of my photography display


7 comments:

Brenda said...

How fun! I love those vinyl lettering plaques. I've actually been wanting to get an "Andrews Family est. 1995" sign to hang above some pics. Totally LDS, but very cute. :)

KatSpy said...

Great stuff! You gals have a knack for design. Love them. Hope you can rest up this week before the Halloween rush.

Natalie and Eric said...

It was a fun thing to go to.

Tasha Horsley said...

I can't believe how much you did for the sale! Your booths looked awesome...i loved your vinyl signs and you know i love your photography! oh, and thanks for the $2 off on that little pink doggie outfit! :) I spent just $35 for 9 pieces of PINK happiness! Good to chat with you! Now...you deserve some relaxation and vegging out! :)

Tasha Horsley said...

P.S. well i guess not all of it was pink...there was that little pair of AQUA pants. must have. ;)

Amy said...

very cute stuff!!!

it's probably a good thing i didn't come see all those clothes - just the teeny glimpse in the pics look too cute not to buy.

The Mendenhall's said...

Your display was awesome. I already know that I want to order to of your frames. One for the babies room and one for my family room. I just can't decide what I want to write on them yet. Your pics are awesome too! I will definatley be contacting you when this little guy comes out!! I couldn't believe you yelled Maria Dia Diarreah!! I haven't heard that for years!!