We had a wonderful time it is about a 3 hour drive to Tulsa from here. We arrived about 11 am to the craft show. Lots of booths but as we went isle by isle we became discouraged because it was mostly China made purses, booth after booth of jewelery and lots of stuff the people had bought from a manufacturer to retail sell. We were disappointed in the lack of "handcrafted" items. Most of the snowmen etc could be purchased (zactly the same thing) at Joannes or Michaels or Gordmans or Penneys!
I did find a few items to buy and here is the photo I took this morning.
left to right- rub ons for seasons at 1.00 each , 2 chocolate candles (mmmmmm) , some oil for potpourri, (going up on the right) a basket to hold our remotes, my glasses and some coasters by the chair in the living room, a darling snowman mini coffee pot (old but newly painted) and in the onion sack (don't cha love creative packaging?) some creamy broccoli soup just add water, heat and eat plus some dip mixes.
We saw a Michaels and stopped on the way home- I bought xyron refills for 40% off and asked the gal about scrapping stores. She gave us directions to 2. The first one was "ok" but the 2nd one was FANTASTIC and here is a photo of my loot from there! I am not posting a couple of items as I want to work with them first!
It's the really cool NEW ribbon holder- (saw it in an Archivers ad Thursday and found it for 8.00 cheeper at this store!) Watch next week for photo of it hanging full on my wall! lol I am sure I will need more than one!! Some "me and my" scrap papers bottom left- above it are some HEAVY chipboard, to the right oval nestabilities that I have been wanting forever- and to the right, some motorcycle papers for my sons and a cute snow page for me!
I hope your Saturday is wonderful it is a VERY full day here- working in freezing cold garage on shelving, some errands at the grocery store, kids have last performance of play tonight we will be going to watch.