Hello! If you've been keeping up with my blog or fb page (personal or business), you know I was at another craft fair, the Moanalua 99 Craft Fair this past Sunday. It was actually the first time we had been there since 99 Ranch Market closed up so didn't know what it would be like at all. We like to stalk or check out the fairs before hand and then sign up but this one didn't work out like that. I was kind of lost even though I had a map! But the regular vendors were all so nice and they tried to help us find our spot. Funny that they didn't know what space number they were but just that they always set up in that particular space. Eventually we found our 5x6 foot space, at least we think that was the right space.
One of the highlights of this fair was meeting Jayne, from Handmade Cuties blog and she has a cute Etsy store called Bead Crumbs too. You should check it out. She makes the tiniest and cutest beaded creations. I have a couple hanging from my phone and people always ask me about them. We also met another nice lady who knew my husband's Aunty Lianne from Cute Stuff. Should've ask for her name!
The only drawback of this fair is that the whole area is rather dark inside. And as luck would have it, not only was it dark but the light above my space was broken! So double-ly dark for me. So if we are there again, we need to bring our own lights although I don't know where we'd plug them in.
While I was writing this post, I was finishing up cooking dinner for tonight. We're having somen salad which is pretty easy to make, just kind of time consuming to chop and prep the ingredients. I've been cooking a lot lately mostly because our kids are growing and eating so much more! Dinners that used to last 2 nights, just last one now. And I'm tired of cooking! Usually when I'm lazy to cook, I make breakfast for dinner. You know, like eggs and spam or some other artificial meat in a can. Or we make omelettes. My kids love that. What is your go to dinner when you're lazy to cook?
Sister Stamps latest release coming up in the next few days. Little shakers for something! All the sequins and microbeads I used here can be found in my Etsy store. And I do have more to list but wow, it's so time consuming! But can't wait to share my projects!
Thanks for stopping by today!