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Setting the table, part two

I’m feeling better – thank you for the get well wishes!  I only have a few minutes before I have to leave for work this morning, but I wanted to show you some of the fun things I’ve been collecting for my craft show display.  You ladies came up with some great ideas for me to play with!




Next week sometime, I hope to put together a little “roundup” kind of post, and share some of the resources I am using for display pieces and ideas.  I’ll also show you what I plan to do with that fabric – I’ve got some grandiose tablecloth idea that I hope is as great in reality as it is in my head!

P.S. If any of you locals have an 8-foot folding table, 8×10 solid-neutral-color area rug, or dress form (adult or child!)  you no longer want, I’d be happy to take it off of your hands…

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11 thoughts on “Setting the table, part two

  1. It seems the final result will be great. It’s going to have the feeling of “Polka Dot Cottage”.

    1. I hope so! I’m getting excited to put it all together.

  2. You are off to a great start! LOVE all the fun colors. 🙂 Do you have a freecycle group in your town? You might try looking for those things on there. Good Luck!

    1. Yep, I’ve tried them but with no luck so far. I may just have to splurge on the table, and forget about the other things for now.

  3. That banner looks terrific!

    1. Isn’t it cool?? And it wasn’t as pricey as I’d imagined it would be!

  4. Awesome Lisa! Now that what I’m talking about! Way more your style than that stuffy look you had before. Can’t wait to see the final result!
    .-= See Cindy Lietz, Polymer Clay Tutor’s latest blog post: Leopard Cane Tutorial Video – Now Playing – Polymer Clay Library =-.

    1. Thanks! I can’t wait to see the final result, either, LOL!

  5. That looks great! Your displays are really attractive!
    .-= See Barbara’s latest blog post: Once Upon a Time – Summer Top =-.

    1. Thanks – should be fun putting it all together.

  6. […] once that’s taken care of? One giant Polka Dot Cottage logo banner, stretched from one side of the room to the other. That’ll show Clarkesworld who’s boss […]

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