thank you

January 11, 2012 at 10:52 am Leave a comment

from those of us who make our wares late into the night // from those of us with hot glue gun burns and pricked fingers and hands that otherwise reveal our love of making // from those of us who create in a closet or the corner of a room or quietly while others are sleeping // from those of us who work second {and third} jobs to pay the bills so we can do what we love // from those of us who put our hearts into our craft // from those of us who stay up all night before a craft fair tagging and labeling // from those of us who put our lovelies out there to be judged by total strangers // from those of us who drag heavy tables to set up at craft fairs // from those of us who make things before we know who will want them // from those of us who spend our spare time knitting and beading and sewing and gluing and soldering and all the good stuff:

thank you for letting us do what we love to do.

a big thank you for making 2011 a successful year for dogwood & poppy. whether you bought from me at a craft fair, a home show, or online, thank you, thank you, thank you. without your support it would just be me in my studio. you make it fun. thanks.

graphic found here and modified in photoshop.
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