Ta da! Here’s the PixiCraft booth from Tortuga.
We had a big space to work with, so the booth ended up being L-shaped (10×20′ on the left & 10×10′ on the right). The big space on the left meant that Laura (PixiCraft) had room to hold a couple of jewelry classes without completely blocking off the booth from other traffic. The booth did much, much better than we expected, which was quite a happy surprise. Needless to say, we’ll definitely be back in 2017.
My stuff, aside from the drinking horns, shared a table with the Columbia Mermaid. 😀
I didn’t get any really good photos of the horns I decorated, so this will have to suffice. These were the two large horns and then there were three smaller “bodice” horns. These were my first projects using a dremel, so I’m pretty proud of how they turned out. I’m hoping to get a few more done for the next fair we vend at.
I got to stitch up this custom patch at Tortuga, which was really fun. It’s a little rough since I did it on site, but Spork seemed pretty happy with it.
And finally, I snagged this great bracelet from Scales of Time. I love the colors. ♥