Tuesday, April 07, 2009

Queen City Craft Bazaar

I will be at the Queen City Craft Bazaar once again for the 2009 Spring edition! It is happening on Saturday, May 9, 2009 from 10 am until 5 pm at 1 Main Street in Burlington, Vermont. I will be on the lower level, but please be sure to visit everyone on the top floor too. There are 45 awesome indie crafters participating this time. To find out more, visit the Queen City Craft website. To see a full list of vendors, click here. See you there!

Saturday, March 07, 2009

beCAUSE Craft Show

I will be a vendor at the beCAUSE Craft Show on March 21st. I will be donating a portion of my profits to the Rutland County Humane Society. To see a full list of vendors and their charities, click
here. We hope to see you all there!
Happy Spring!

beCAUSE Update:
Thank you to all of the terrific people who purchased something at my booth during the sale! Because of you, I was able to donate $225 to the Rutland County Humane Society! If you are looking for a pet, please be sure to visit this wonderful organization. Also, thanks to PJ and Barry who did a perfect job organizing this great show! See you there next year!

Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Merry Christmas!

I hope everyone has a very merry Christmas tomorrow! Enjoy the day and be safe if you are traveling. See you soon!

Thursday, November 20, 2008

Vermont Hand Crafters 2008

I will be at the Vermont Hand Crafter's show with my zippers. The show begins Thursday and runs through Sunday.

Monday, October 06, 2008

Happy October!

This is just a quick post to let you know that I am still alive, just very busy. My big news of the year is that I was juried into Vermont Hand Crafters in August. I will be doing the four day show at the Sheraton in November. I am so excited about this even if it is a ton of work to prepare for! I also have a full schedule of shows and activities planned up until Christmas that I need to get ready for too. It is going to be a busy time so if you don't hear much from me for a while, don't be surprised. Check out my schedule at Stacie Mincher Designs, and then come visit me at a show!

Monday, June 16, 2008

Markets, Belt Buckles, and Millers.

Hey! I can't believe June is already half over already!
I have been busy doing farmers markets and bringing pins to new stores since the beginning of May. All of the markets that I am doing this year are in full swing. I am in Winooski on Thursdays from 3:30-6:30, Brandon on Fridays from 9-2, and Rutland on Saturday from 9-2. Come visit! Eric has started as a market vendor with me in Rutland as well. He is selling iced coffee and it sure is delicious! We are happy to have him there so we can all be wired on coffee all day long.
I have also signed up with the Artists Market in Burlington on Saturdays but have yet to get up there to participate. Hopefully some time soon. I also in the process of planning my shows for the rest of the year. Check out my website for those dates. I will be posting them as I figure them out.
This is a picture of my friend Lexie, who is the daughter of my market neighbor Stephanie who sells pies. AJ Marro from the Rutland Herald took it a few weeks ago in Brandon.

I wanted to share Friday's thrift store find with you now that I finally took a picture of it. I scored a sassy bag full of vintage 'fashionable buckles' for only 50 cents. Yay me! Now what will I do with them? I will stash them away while I think of something.

I had a visitor on my window this past week, the Lunesta moth. Kind of cool, kind of creepy.

The next morning Lunesta was gone, and this thing was in the window. This one is just plain ugly! Luckily it didn't stay very long.

Monday, May 05, 2008

Rutland Farmers' Market!

The Rutland Farmers' Market begins on Saturday, May 10th! I am so excited to get back outside again, to see my market friends, buy all of my favorite treats, and to sell some crafts! If you are in the Rutland area make sure to come out and buy your Mom a nice gift for Mother's Day. I'm sure she would like a zipper pin. Or perhaps a hanging basket or some delicious homemade goodies.
This past Saturday was the last winter market of the season so now the Rutland Farmers' Market is the only one in the state to run continuously throughout the year! Yay! Here is an article about the market which was published this weekend in the Rutland Herald.