Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Close To My Heart booth#519

I thought I'd post some pictures of my CTMH booth at the Abbotsford Tradex this past weekend. The 19th Annual Arts & Crafts Show sponsored in part by the Canadian Scrapbooker Magazine was held on April 1st and 2nd and was fantastic! The Scrapbook Carnival end of the building was a buzzing with creativity, classes, makin' & takin' and fun. I hope that all attendees enjoyed the weekend as much as myself and my wonderful team of helpers.



playing around with my daisy pens...great way to keep all your pens at an event like this...not many people slipping a daisy in their purse :)


various small items for purchase...edge distressers, waxy flax and sanding kits were popular...thanks to my assistant Tania :)


Olivia and Tania, Assistants Extraordinaire! Couldn't have managed without you!


Marissa and Tania workin' the makin' & takin' table...the Enjoy Life stamp set was a hit with this great masculine card...many thanks from our customers on the creation of something masculine...my pleasure ladies!


Me and my girls...thanks again for all the help!


Great corner booth...we were rockin' our 10' x 10' space...thankful for the shag carpet...special thanks to Katherina Doyle, Canadian Scrapbooker Magazine for the digs :)


We sold a few of the Hope for Japan stamp sets this past weekend but they are still available for sale until the end of April, so if you are interested in purchasing one, drop me a line as I will be putting another order through by the end of next weeks Clubs...I should be getting my own set by next week, fingers crossed, can't wait to play with it!

Keep your eyes open for May's National Scrapbooking Day special...new paper collection kit...that's all I'm saying for today :) You are going to LOVE it...


1 comment:

  1. Thanks for sharing photos...great looking booth!

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