Monday, November 7

Weekend Bazaar Update

This weekends bazaar was a lot of fun. Last night, buzzing from the experience, I wrote today's post in my head. When I poured my first cup of coffee this morning and sat down to type it out - POOF! It was gone. The inspiration came so fast and clear that I figured I would remember it today, but turns out I should have written it down. Oh! The muse comes and goes, ebb and flow.   Anywho,  the post was a poetic recount of colorful detail from the weekend, best comments by locals, reasons why I love the people in Fairbanks, how validating these events can be for artists, how I admire all the people who bravely set up a booth and put their heart and soul out there and how cool it was to see so many people bringing their own bags! 

I think I'll leave it at that because there is lots of work to do today.

- improvising with boots -

 I'll catch up to you guys tomorrow! xo


  1. glad to hear it went well for you! Those boots look awesome...are they warm when it is really cold? (and where are they from? I'm desperate for new winter boots)

  2. Hey Dee! My husband grabbed those from Cabela's a few years ago and they are warm and cozy...but...if you're looking for new winter boots my absolute favorites are Steger Mukluk's out of Minnesota. They are WARM (like 40 below warm!) and super comfy (like wearing slippers). I think the company is online...just google them : )

  3. amy.. i so wish i could have been there... your table looks fantastic! loving those birch candle holders! keep rocking , girl! xoxo

  4. I love your display Amy! I wish once again that I was there! I hope you had a great time. I miss all of the bazaars I used to go to or be a part of.

  5. How cool would it have been to have Jen and Abby walking up to my booth?! Wish you ladies could have been there. I met one of your fans Abby...she raved about your beautiful jewelry!