What A Fun Weekend We Had and SWISS DAYS!

We had so much fun last weekend selling headbands!  Thank you to all the wonderful people who stopped by our booth to grab a few for themselves or as gifts!  And thanks the gals who kept coming back!  Like the mother and daughter duo from Amarillo, Texas and Sally from Tampa.  Not to mention the cute lady  who wore her black and white polkadot headband proudly and brought her granddaughters back a couple of times to pick some more out.  It was so fun meeting you and making connections from across the USA.

We had over 165 different combinations to choose from--there was something for everyone!

The best part was that my daughter and niece were able to raise $82 for Breast Cancer Research in honor of my Mother who has Breast Cancer.  Way to go, girls!  We're so proud...

Of course--the cotton candy was pink so it made it just perfect for raising money--and our vendor neighbor next door was so sweet to offer her machine and supplies for the weekend. Thanks a bunch! 

And thanks a bunch to all the people who purchased and ate the cotton candy!  My own daughter here must have had 3 or 4 all on her own throughout the weekend...

We loved watching mothers come with their daughters...and return customers from previous boutiques come find us again! 

This mother from Colorado was really cute--and made the perfect model wearing my headbands so we had to get a snapshot of her. 

And I thought this gal from California found just the right way to make these work for her.
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Thanks to everyone for the terrific weekend and loads of fun! 

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At the first of the year, my sister and I applied for Swiss Days in Midway to have a booth selling other items (actually NOT headbands believe it or not) and we were so happy we were accepted!  Getting in is quite competitive and has always been a dream of mine to participate in.  However, during the same time we were accepted, we found out about my Mom's cancer, and we felt like the best thing we could do would be to fully support her during this difficult time.  Though it was a hard decision to NOT participate in Swiss Days this year, it has been fun to find other {less stressful} avenues to sell my creations.  And as always, my sister has been there to help and support me through it all.

With all that said, with the success we had last weekend, I'm excited to announce,


We'll just be at "Seasons of Home" {same place as we were last weekend} selling my headbands! 
{Just kiddy corner from Town Square}

More posts and info to come--but in all truthfulness, if you live in Utah or plan on attending Swiss Days this year with the other 80,000 people who come from all over, you will not want to miss our fantastic selection--or the chance to get in on our great offerings.

So excited to see you all there.  As always, Swiss Days is Labor Day Weekend.  This year it's:

September 3rd and 4th in

See you there.

1 comment:

  1. I love the way you used old doors to make your display! Very cool...