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Thursday, November 1, 2018

Italian Heritage 2018 Christmas Craft Fair

We are in the home stretch for our Christmas Fair at the Italian Heritage Center in Portland this Saturday!  My sister's and I have had a lot of fun getting ready for this event!  The picture above is one of the lighted frames we will be selling !!!  I love this stamp set from Stampin Up!!  Below 
is the stamp set from... I think it's from My Favorite Things but don't quote me.   Anyway, I think the elves are adorable.  I made a Card in a Box card with these cuties!  

The wood grain paper is from Stampin Up.   I did add more decorations and a sentiment on the back but forgot to take a picture of the completed card... bummer...

I am laughing at these  next pictures!  When we were in Florida, I would go for a walk almost everyday.  In March, I would pass these trees and they were dropping these gorgeous Pine Cones!  I thought they were the perfect shape for these Gnome ornaments!

I added a hanger to these so they could have from your tree! I did use glitter on their "beards".  We will see if these will sell.  But I think they are a hoot!!  If they don't sell- they will be on my tree for sure!!

In order to keep this post from being TOO long...I have just thrown up some pictures of some of the stuff for sale.  We set up our display in my sister's basement so we could get an idea of what it will look like at the fair.   This Friday, we take it all down and set it back up at the Heritage Center.  Take a look-

Anyone for Snowman Soup?

These corks are from my sister,  Rochelle.  She sure has a lot of them!  Says they are from several years... ahuh…!

Love these no sew wreaths!  Really fun to make!

The birch logs are from our back yard.  My hubby cut them and then drilled the opening for the candles.  I have a set I use every year!

Finally, we made these cute Music boxes.  Graphic 45 paper was used on the particular box and it has a Christmas tune.  I love doing Craft Fairs- we get to meet a lot of people -like the  other vendors and the people who come to shop.  I am sure this will put us in the Christmas spirit!  Take care!

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