1st Sew DoggyStyle Craft Booth - Oct. 30th

I've been meaning to blog about this all week!  Holiday season is kicking in and I'm getting eye strain from starring at my sewing machine all day (and some nights).  And how can you ever be "finished" creating products for a craft booth?  You can't!  

Pooch Parade Oct. 30th

One of the first things I wanted to do for my first booth ever was to create a sign that was unique and different.  I think I scored with this one.  The lime green and pink popped out from far away.  I may have spent more time on this sign than I had, but I will have it for years to come!  Also, this sign was $80 cheaper than paying for a banner, can you believe that??  The letters are made out of wood, hand painted, and attached by magnets.

So what sold?  Bandanas and pawty hats stole the show!  Here is one of my very first customers with two pawty dogs.


Some other items I worked on for this booth are backpacks, squeaker bone toys, and this hot pink bed!  Also included was original paintings by Liliana Garcia.


All in all, my first booth was a great experience, lots of fun, and to top it all off...I profited.  Could I ask for more?  And for those of you locals who have never been to the Pooch Parade, they have it every year in October.  Don't let your pooch miss out next year!



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