Here are some photos of the booth area taken from upstairs:
|Can you spot my booth?|
|There were so many students all day|
|Sorry this one turned out blurry|
|Light lunch catered by Falafel King of Seattle ...|
|The EDCC volunteer models waiting to start |
the fashion show by Boutique Al Firdaws
This is only the second time that I have used my grid wall that I purchased last summer. As a loyal reader, I'm sure you recall that I mentioned I received the grid wall with only a few t-shirt racks and a handful of hooks.
Last November, as I was coming back from an event in Issaquah, I happened to pass a sign for the Vasa Park Christmas Craft Show and decided to stop to take a look around. It was a wonderful show full of some really unique items.
While there, I happened to come upon Erika Somogyari's booth Rainbow of the Heart. I noticed that she used the t-shirt racks as scarf holders. I stopped to comment on her unique use of the racks and told her that I had just gotten a grid wall with a bunch of those that I don't need. I also mentioned that I wish my grid wall had come with shelves, as that is what I really need. She mentioned that she has extra shelves she has never used and wished she had more t-shirt racks.
A trade was made right there on the stop. I gave her my tshirt racks that were in the car already, and on Tuesday I went to go pick up my new shelves.
I think they turned out so fantastic. And the best part was that we both filled a need in each other's lives. I love my fellow crafters!
|A Crafty Arab grid wall with new shelves|