Well, hi. Let's not even talk about how long it's been. Or how I've agonized on how to have a great comeback. I've decided I've got to lose the guilt about (not) blogging and just jump right in. Can we just forget about the months of silence (though not on Twitter) and move on? I'd be ever so grateful...
Thanks - you're swell. x
I've attended a number of City of Craft and the workroom events since moving back to Toronto and in December I helped out at *the* City of Craft event of year (or as I like to call it "The Big Show"). I guess I did a decent job, because becky asked me if I'd be willing to help out at Love & Rummage. And of course I said yes, because I had lots of fun last time and because the job she asked me to do involves bunting! And bunting makes me very happy and slightly giddy.
I'm not 100% sure of the details, but I know that Etsy was a sponsor City of Craft's December show and one of the many goodies they provided was DIY fabric bunting. I believe that these particular goodies didn't arrive in time for The Big Show, so we get to use them for Love & Rummage instead. And I think it's for the best because as you can see, the bunting is **ah-dorable** and perfect for adding a bit of cheer the usually dreary month of February.
So if you love bunting like I do, come by Love & Rummage this Sunday at the workroom at 3:00 pm to partake in a little (free!) workshop that yours truly will be facilitating. And let me say that this mini bunting is pretty easy to make, so it's an easy gig for me. I'll just be handing out scissors and cheering people on.
And if for some reason you are allergic to bunting or have somewhere else to be between 3 - 4 pm, you can still come by from 12 -5 pm to see all the amazing and talented vendors (plus more!) who will be selling items that are guaranteed to warm your heart and put a spring in your step.
What more could you ask for?! More bunting? Okay!
(Photos courtesy of The Leopard. Thanks Sweetie!)
See you Sunday! (And back here soon! No, really!)