Our booth was a labor of love with lots of opportunities for creativity. Rachel brought her monogram machine and we had it set up on the back table with displays on the side. Then for the front we bought 4 pegboards, painted them yellow, and hinged them so they would stand up. Behind the pegboards was our workspace for ironing, writing, etc.
In this picture you can also see that I brought an extra interior door we had in our garage from when we walled in the guest room from the dining room.
All in all it was fun and I have made a facebook album with all my leftover things for people to buy. I will deliver to Memphis people. Here's the album (you don't have to have facebook to see the photos) https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10101315945456645.1073741825.9400242&type=1&l=3fbcd09f3d
A few things that I made that I liked...
A 16 inch UT wreath:
I started making word art out of black cardstock and chalk pens. I made birth stats, birthday ones, and wedding ones:
I take custom orders for the word art. Here's the links:
I got creative with these bow holders and changed up how I made them - these are fun and girly:
One of the last wreaths I made was this yarn wreath with the robot. I thought it would be so cute on a little boy's door or on the front of a house with some personality.
In yarn and fabric,