This was one of our delightful customers, Domitillie.I do hope I have spelt her name correctly and she will probably kill me for posting this on my blog too but she was so appreciative of everything we showed her, I gave her one of my samples.
After the show, we ventured into Paris for a spot of shopping. Met up with my dear friend Sally who had done an amazing job translating throughout the show for me. I would have been completely lost without her. We did a spot of shopping forArtsycrafts as well as personal shopping and then headed home as I needed to get ready for Ally Pally. Well, all I can say is that there hasn't been much sleeping going on lately and am very ready for a quieter couple of days.
Ally Pally was a lot of fun. Linda Elbourne was my demo partner for both days of the show, which is always fun having her by my side. Lynne Howe helped Mark man the tills on Saturday and the lovely Karen joined us for the show on Sunday. A big thank you to all who helped out, I couldn't do it without you.
It was lovely to see all my regular Ally Pally customers and to put faces to some of my blogging friends. I do love sharing my ideas at the shows, it's always so much better to see a demo in real life rather than photos on a blog. I had intended to photograph everything I made before giving it away......I started out well, then it got a bit busy and I forgot but here are a couple of pics that I did take.
The next few days will be spent with Leandra, making the projects for Artsycrafts. I know we are late in releasing the details but we have both been a tad busy. We should be ready by the end of this week for places to go on sale, so keep you eye on our blogs. We might even tweet some sneaky peeks this week.