Monday, October 4, 2010

Trick-Or-Treat and Giveaway

Happy October! Today I wanted to share my two most new Rainbow Crayons for Halloween. The first (above) are my new Jumbo Candy Corn Rainbow Crayons, which have been quite a hit at my craft fairs the past two weekends! This trick-or-TREAT looks so good you could eat it! Different from my typical Rainbow Crayons, the Jumbo Candy Corns come in the traditional candy corn colors.

My second newest Rainbow Crayon set are my Jumbo Hat Rainbow Crayons, perfect for your little witches. The points on these crayons are great for little hands to color with!
This week's giveaway if for your choice of either Jumbo Rainbow Crayon (set of 3). To enter, all you have to do is comment on this post with what you are going to be for Halloween or what your favorite Halloween costume was as a child! For an extra entry, make sure to Twitter this blog post, mentioning @art2theextreme. To be eligible, you must comment by midnight on Friday, October 8th. Good luck!

Saturday, October 2, 2010

Well... It Was Not Quite Moby Dick...

The last three days have been the longest ever while I participated in the "Whale of a Sale" Children's Consignment Event in Zionsville. While the children and baby items were a great deal if you have kids, it was not a huge catch for me and far from the "Moby Dick" I was expecting. For those of you "crafters and artists" out there who participate in shows and events, I am sure going to have a hard time from now on, participating in any type of show that is not specifically an art, craft, or holiday boutique. Here are a few photos I took...
On the plus side, I did get a few great finds from the
sale and hang out with some wonderfully talented ladies!

I LOVE Vera Bradley! I for the big bag for only $7.50 and the small purse for $5!
They were almost brand new!

I bought this super cute hat from Two Seaside Babes and the necklace from MadrinDesigns! Oops...I think I left the tag on all day... My husband loves the hat!

The photos below are some of the gorgeous work of MadrinDesigns. Each time I visited her booth, I saw something new that I had not seen the first time. She creates her unique pieces with a vintage-modern flair and floral theme.
My favorite part was looking at all the talent and meeting new people. I had many good things come from talking with other vendors and artists these past three days and am glad things worked out the way they did!

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