I had a nice time today at the Lewis Elementary School's Garden Fair. For those of you who are visiting my little blog 'cause you picked up a business card, thanks for stopping by! This is my second time vending at a Lewis event, and I have to say that it's one of my favorite venues. The school has a great vibe, and the families and kids are so sweet. I saw plenty of familiar faces, and of course, it's fun for me to see how the kids interact with my toys. The WeeKinnie Nests were a hit as always!
I've been expanding the "nest" idea, and've come up with these "Napping Nests":
I brought out a new (and larger-sized) batch of Grin Kins. I think these are a fun toy, with their long, squiggly legs.
The soft Tortoise was popular with the boys. It's hard to tell in this photo, but it's about the size of a Nerf football, and stuffed quite firmly.
I also saw some old vendor-friends and made some new vendor-friends with my friendly neighbors. That's one of the fun things about doing craft shows.
To top it all off, it was a glorious, summer-ish day, really the first one like this that we've had for many, many months. A perfect day for a Garden Fair. And tomorrow, I'll take a li'l break from sewing and have my own Fair outside in my garden!