At last weekend's craft fair I met an awesome lady by the name of Linda. She is the owner of Crazy Gracie, which is a company that makes freakishly adorable kids tees and baby quilts and mommy aprons. Seriously, if you are in the market for some unique kids stuff (that is all handmade!), you should check out her website. Anyway, her booth was right next to mine, so we had lots of time to yap and chat. It was fun--she's a great booth mate. Anyway, she recommended that I check out a craft shop in Leonia called The Craft Lounge; she has several items on consignment there, and she thought that the fuzzbot bags would fit in there. Well, turns out that she's right. And I'm so excited!
Yesterday I went to The Craft Lounge (with my hubby and my folks who are visiting from FL--hi folks!) with my wares in tow. And I met with two of the owners, Susie and Kathy, to see if they would be interested in carrying some of my bags. And they were!! And it was AMAZING!!! I'm so flabbergasted that they think the bags fit in at the shop, because it's so very cute and quaint and interesting and terrific in there. So long story short, I'm still coming down from the putting-bags-on-consignment-at-The-Craft-Lounge high. Let's hope it never ends . . .
Umm, and yes my dear, sweet family insisted on taking pictures of this historical moment. I had flashbacks of being fifteen years old at the FL DMV, getting my driver's permit and having my mom ask if I'd take a picture with the guy who gave me my test. Sigh. Anyway, I just want to preface the pic by saying that the wind was blowing around and causing my hair to look like a big ol' mess of insanity. So no, it's not a look I'm going for.
p.s. The Craft Lounge is having an after-hours shopping event on Thursday December 3 from 7-10 pm, so if you are in the area, you should definitely check it out.