Tuesday, 16 September 2008

Pink Overload

Apologies for the unplanned blog break. I went to Rotorua for the weekend to catch up with family and go to my sister-in-law's baby shower. Her baby girl will be the first grandchild in my family and everyone is very excited. She received a whole lot of wonderful pink things at the shower, so the present I made her fitted right in:

Bibs and matching reversible baby shoes (see my new label on the bibs? I'm quite proud of it)

Reversible baby shoes

I may be a bit quiet on the crafting front for a few weeks. I've just found out that I have a stall at the next Craft2.0 on October 11th, so most of my spare time will be spent making things for the stall. This will be my first stall and I'm a bit nervous about making sure I have enough stock. I will pop in from time to time to update you on progress.

10 comments:

sweetp said...

I love your wee shoes!!!

And congrats on your craft2 stall! thats fabulous, well done!!

CCC (Crazy Cooking Camper) said...

Those bibs are adorable and I LOVE the idea of reversible baby shoes! Great job!

Sharonnz said...

Very sweet pressie. I look forward to seeing your stall!

Little Miss Flossy said...

Gorgeous things! Where did you get your labels from?

Julie said...

Gorgeous bibs and those shoes are really CUTE!!!!! Good luck getting your stock together, I am sure that your stall will be a great success... X

kimberlee said...

yeah! good job on getting the stall!

your baby shoes look great, I was just wondering if you could give me some tips on the elastic back part, I always struggle with that and yours looks perfect and so even...

do you have a secret? are you using some special attachment/foot?

thanks for your comment about WSW, I just got mine today too. I was a little disappointed with my illustration to be honest, it was printed much larger than I intended and had a white cut out around it (which is not how I planned either), so I have really mixed feelings about posting it. I should just swallow my pride and put it up though.

Kate said...

Goor luck with the stall - sweet little shoes!

Shannon said...

Good luck for your first stall! I'm thinking about having my first market stall soon too - have been buying lots of props to use as displays! I should probably secure a market spot first though before getting too carried away with shop fittings!

castingontrouble said...

Good luck with the stall - they are always heaps of fun - I always take a thermos of tea, plenty of small change and cool free things for kids like rubber insects as it can be a paying crowd drawer. BTW the olives look great and I'm thinking of taking over the parent-in-laws crop this year!

Kimberley said...

good luck with the stall, harper and I will be there to handle, squeeze, scruntinise and drool over lovely things.