Saturday, December 5, 2009

Downtown, Selling My He[art]

Pretty in Peace at Crafeteria 3, Phoenix Arizona

Urban Adornments' owner/artist, Gina Hullum

One of several super Indie bands who kept my mind off the bitter temperatures and on topics such as love, art, humanity, and the oft-inhumane and quite insane Sheriff Joe Arpaio.

The violin's playing like lo-o-o-ovely singing... A song from Glee Club, yes of course I was a member.

Wonderful patrons, like seriously... which is good, because I'm so not built for the craft show nightmare patrons I've read and heard about.

The terrible, horrible, very bad view of all that was fantastic in downtown Phoenix Friday night!

The Dish:
I did well!

The Very Best Part:
I met a sweet woman and her even sweeter little boy who recognized a pair of my earrings. He'd purchased them from Frances Vintage, with his own money, for his mom on her birthday. She mentioned that she loved them and had worn them to work just this week. We spoke about how well he-at such a young age, knew her taste and how they were happy to continue to support me. She took a card, we shook hands, and I felt all warm and fuzzy. It was indeed the very best part.

The Fabulous Future:
I received great feedback on my Moo cards, which feature my collage work. I'm thinking prints. Hmmm. And, speaking of prints, I'll be in print! Yup, me in the College Times along with pics of some of the editor's favorite Pretty in Peace pieces. Isn't that fabulous? I'm thinking it's pretty fabulous. Thank you, for all of your well wishes for health and success.

Peace and art


Ms. Bar B: said...

Yes. Fabulous indeed! Looks and sounds like it was a great event. Glad you did well this year.

Kathy said...

Yeah!!!! That is so awesome and how cool about the little boy and the College Times! Way to go!

Jennifer said...

I'm so glad that things went well and congrats on the! I love the the little one bought handmade for his mommy. That gave me the warm and fuzzies too :)

High Desert Diva said...

Positive feedback and warm fuzzies...gotta love it!
Congrats on a successful sale!

Dina said...

Thinking prints, huh? Here's to new, wonderful and profitable adventures!

Love, Mindy said...

Hi! I wish I would have read my blog BEFORE I went!!! I was there (with a booth), bought a pair of your earrings (that I love), and had a fun night (although it was freezing)!!!

Cynthia L. H. said...

Wow! Congratulations! That is great! Love the story about the little boy...what an insightful youngster---stories like his amaze me.

kia said...

Glad you managed to stay warm and that it was a success!

Newness of Life said...

That sounds like so much fun! The story of the mother and son just touched my heart.

Maithri said...

How Awesome! Theres nothing like hand made craft... One of my favourite things to do when Im in Swaziland is to go to the craft markets and see amazing women weaving gold out of 'the ordinary'... Always takes my breath away...

Sending love my friend,


fly tie said...

i always enjoy events like these.

ypur display is lovely and gina hullum is gorgeous. great story about mother and child. moments like that make me all fuzzy as well.

**yaaay** for being in print!

PussDaddy said...

Sounds like you had fun, and I loved the little boy who bought your earrings story.


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