Friday, October 16, 2009

Houston Quilt Market

Creativity Booth Award
this is how it ended
But this is where it started:
with a theme and a challenge: pull together gnomes - vintage trailers- and a classy group of independent designers together in one cohesive group of booths.
first the trailer:
Before
During
(held together with starch)
After
Ta Da!!
doesn't that look like we twitched our noses and voila! booth done?
but of course - here's the real story
(someday I'm gonna do this time-lapse photography style)
If they bring it WE will build it
Trees to be assembled limb by limb
and here's the talent behind the talent.
Tom builder of dreams
Becky
invent and sew
Jean
aka
"THE GNOME"
Deb
head down stitching fast
note the corner sign post:
Paula Prass, Sandi Henderson, Pillow & Maxfield and Patty Young on the classy side of the street.
next post we'll cross the road for a visit

12 comments:

Linda said...

Such a creative booth, just love it.

arkie said...

May I just say, WOW!

Lisa said...

WOW! I can see why you all won. Very creative booths!

Linda Ruskauff said...

It was very cute but who won the trip?

Dotty Jane said...

So unique! A well deserved win:)

NICO Designs said...

I heard it was fantastic! Congratulstions to a talented bunch of people.

(You do know you are going to be a hard act to follow, right?:))

Wendy said...

Just too cute! You sure looked like you were having fun.

Euphoria said...

so amazing! I love the gnome and the signs!!

great minds!

Vims said...

Dear Miller , do let me know when you are visiting Minneapolis ,want to meet you in person and apply for a job in your company soooooooooon....regards , Vimi .

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that is a nice event, I can see myself in one of those events, and my favorite picture was the one with the Gnome in it, the little house is so cute!