I received a call yesterday from A Mad Hatter’s, where I carry CeCe Caldwell’s Paints Line, letting me know once of my display tables sold. Oh No…paint was now being displayed on the floor. So I hustled around to figure out a plan in a hurry and drove down to take care of it. I figured out how to get all the paint cans off the floor but had to come up with a better plan for today.
The booth right across the hall from mine belongs to the very talented… Kimber! She and her friend Deb just relocated to this very spot, and I’m so glad they did. They are wonderful customers of mine and LOVE CeCe’s Natural Chalk + Clay Paints! Kimber asked me to make up a few signs to display in her booth what paint she uses and of-course her favorite color is Vintage White.Here is a photo of Kimber’s Booth. They worked late into the night getting everything displayed so nicely.Deb painted this AMAZING Table! Some lucky Buyer is going to get to take this home and enjoy it for years to come! It’s worth the trip in just to see this table!!!I painted these little blocks this morning with Vintage White and quickly distressed with a power sander. Then I cut the lettering using adhesive vinyl and placed them on each block for a clean, sharp look.Each piece of furniture you see was painted with CeCe’s Vintage White and turned Shabby Chic with highly distressing. Can you see why I’m so glad they decided to move to my area of A Mad Hatter’s?
So here’s my little booth space. Almost ready for Spring…I see a few more holes I could fill. I’ll be back tomorrow with more goodies!
I have just two workshops left, scheduled for April. April 12, How To Use CeCe Caldwell’s Paint Workshop and April 26, Graphic Transfer Workshop. I’ll be scheduling more soon and I’m coming up with some new and excited classes to offer so stay tuned.
Rearranging to make everything fit and look pretty in such a small space is a challenge but I think it all turned out pretty cute, if I do say so myself. Haha!