Saturday, March 24, 2012

Happy Weekend & Sew Much to do Saturday...

I'm not complainin'...I'm just sayin'...
This felt like the longest week...ever!
We were so ready for some "Happy Hour Jazz"...

Our 'boys' had the night off, as the college guys were playing the gig at Tapz...
I think they enjoyed just relaxing on a Friday night!

And...Pat and I enjoyed having some dinner out
with our hubbies!

Central Shirts...Anyone??
This morning I did some serious On-Line Rummage Sale Re-Arranging...
The site has grown to 3,899 Community Members and some of the clothing albums have gotten very large...almost unmanageable...
So, I spent time reposting our photos into albums that are broken down by size...


The Zion Marketplace
Our church youth group is fundraising for their trip to their National Convention.
Next weekend, they are hosting a Shopping Experience in our Fellowship Hall.

The youth will be selling Walking Tacos for lunch...
...while members of the congregation will set up booths to sell items, with a percentage of sales going to the youth group.

Along with Tupperware, Avon, Norwex and Mary Kay,
We were invited to participate...

Since the only Show we 'do' is Winterfest, 
I wasn't sure that we'd have enough inventory without our usual Santas and Snowmen...

Ummm...No Problem!
I set up a makeshift table in the living room here...
and yes, we have more than enough spring items to fill our booth.
In addition to my Prim items...

I have Baby Beanies...

...and Infinity Scarves.
I think I will display the extras in my mom's vintage suitcases...
What do you think?

Plus...
Lillie, my new Vintage Dress form, will make her debut 
at the Zion Marketplace...
featuring print chiffon scarves for spring and summer!

If you live near here, you should stop by!

Take care,
~Natalie

5 comments:

Quilt Hollow said...

Just popping in to say hello...it's been awhile.

Brenda said...

Ok Natalie....what's a walking taco?? I think the scarfs in your mom's suitcase looks great!

Brenda

M said...

One day I will make it to one of your events :) I love the crafts!

And I am sure I would love the tacos but I am not quite sure what a walking taco is :)

dee begg said...

Nat,

Yeah, I wanna know too...what is a walking taco? Good luck to the kids...hope they raise lots of money.

D

The Moonlit Stitch said...

Looks like you had a fun dinner out! Good luck at the Zion sale - good cause! Our youth are fund raising to go to New Orleans in July for a mission trip. Have a good week ~*~Lisa