Friday, November 19, 2010

Polka Dots and Cupcakes!


My almost 6 year old daughter is shown here modeling my brand new awesome apron I won from Samya at her blog, The English Country Garden in Bags!  I wish you could feel this fabric she used to make this apron; It is unbelievably soft.  I asked my daughter to model the apron since the dress she was wearing matched almost perfectly.  Isn't it great?!  Charlotte is also holding Martha's Cupcakes, also from Samya.  This book is filled with scrumptious recipes for the most decadent cupcakes ever!  I so can't wait to try many of these recipes!  Just in time for Christmas huh?!  Thanks again, Sammy.  Your craftsmanship is just perfect!

I'm still working on craft fair projects.  Here are a few more pictures of some of my "wares."

Coin Zippy Bags

Breast Cancer Awareness Make Up Bag

Fabric Flower

Breast Cancer Awareness Make Up Bag

Breast Cancer Awareness Make Up Box Bag
The craft fair is Saturday!  I've got a lot more to get done before then!

Toodles for now!

Angela


7 comments:

keri Cleverly said...

Good Luck at your show!!!. It's not easy preparing for a show and keeping all the balls in the air at home. I hope you find a good balance.
K

Heather said...

good luck with your show. I have one tomorrow too. Just waiting for some help to load up the car. I have 20 or so painted violins and violas, hope they sell!

Teresa's Quilt Stash said...

Where is your show going to be? St. Pat's or maybe Rec. Center.

Dina said...

Angela, You are working so hard on all your goodies. I am sure the craft fair will be a huge success. Apron is too cute and of course we are expecting a post soon on your latest cupcake creation.

Cyndi said...

Your daughter looks darling in the apron you won from Sammy! And that book is pretty awesome, too! Best of luck at the craft fair tomorrow, Angela. I hope you sell out...your make-up bags and zipper pouches are really great!

XOXO,

Cyndi

mya said...

Just this weekend we attended a bazzar at a local church. All the effort, time and talent that was represented there was incredible.
Hand made soaps, candles, jewelry, journals, kitchen linens, winter hats, gloves, mittens and scarves, and baked goods. From talking to these ladies I gathered that many of them do many shows throughout the year, especially, spring and fall.
I hope you have great success as well as enjoyable times. The purses are adorable.

DeeDee said...

man have I been missin out or what...lovely little bags and I love the rose too...love the fabrics you choose..