Dave and I spent last night walking around the One of a Kind (http://www.oneofakindshow.com) show last night and were lulled by the great artisans.
We bought THE most expensive candy apple ever, but it was well worth the $12! It was covered in Caramel and Belgian Chocolate!…so yummy. I also bought some great stamps from the Old Stamp Company. Steve and Trudy are from Salt Spring Island and have this great company that creates very reasonable and original stamps, so naturally i bought a few!
I also went to the Crafternoon Tea this weekend and met Laural from www.thimble.ca who was one of the first people to really get me interested in DIY blogs. I also met Kim Kutner and got a bunch of her great cards and word bundles.
And so, as the holidays get closer i get ready for some down time. The great thing about being a performer is that Xmas is relatively quiet time. Unless of course you are in the Nutcracker..which is never going to be the case for me!
Melanie and Dave’s photography show has a few more days at It’s Not a Deli. If you want to go see it soon check out www.melaniegordon.com for more info! It’s quite beautiful.