This is where I’ll be this weekend! If you’re anywhere near Saskatoon, you should be too. There’s a great variety of artists and it’s a well run and well attended show.
If you’d like a little more information about Sundog, their website has all the goods.
And, if for some reason, you’re NOT in Saskatoon on the weekend, my Etsy team has a show in Regina. You can look here for all the details about that bit of awesome.
I realized I hadn’t said anything about the shows I’m doing this fall – in fact, I haven’t said much to you lovely folks lately. I had a fun Highway 1 Studio Tour two weeks ago to kick off my fall. I was at Wildflower Acres this year, near Morse, and if you get a chance you should definitely visit it. Vickie Phillips has a great place full of treasures.
Tomorrow is the first day of Fall Into Christmas, the local Big Show. It’s chock full of handcrafts, tasty treats and wonderful, Canadian made art. I have a corner booth this year that I am woefully unprepared for but I hope you’ll all come and visit and see the new work I’ve been doing. This show is always great and the organizer is fabulously well organized. She uses the show to do a ton of fundraising for the local high school music programs and the local women’s crisis shelter.
Then, later in the season, I’ll be doing the Sundog Handcraft Faire in Saskatoon. This will be my first time doing this show and I’m kind of excited. It runs November 29, 30 & December 1 at Credit Union Centre in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.
I’m a big fan of DIY. Part of that is because you get neato, original results. Part of that is because the price is often right. My show displays are what I like to call a charming mix of store bought and DIY goodness. I decided I needed a few more bracelet displays since what I use right now just wasn’t doing it for me. Pool noodles to the rescue!
I photographed and posted the grand mess if you’d like to take a peek. I plan on adding some clay beads or buttons to the ends of the rolls and snip threads a little more but it worked out!