Whew! What a journey. We enjoyed spending time with so many of our gypsies! Our booth was full of gypsies each day and we kept busy inspiring everyone with our fanciful displays and amazing projects.
We know we promised to take you with us, and we did. sort of. (Let's just say these gypsies aren't known for being technically savvy.) We took lots of photos and even some video clips that we'll be uploading soon. And lucky for us we some wonderful gypsy friends stopped by the booth from The Pink Donut. They did a quick video tour of what's new and have already posted it to their site!
Check it out on their website by clicking HERE!
Enjoy the photos of our booth, samples and some of our favorites from the show...
Here is a quick shot of the booth while we were setting it up. It takes dozens of hours for our designers to set up all the product and samples in the booth! You can see one of the several shipping crates that the booth is transported in...
We are known for our fabulous displays and vintage findings that are part of our booth.And check out our gypsy chandelier! Our lead designer, Debbie Crouse was busy every day at the make & take table. She had a steady line of gypsies waiting their turn to create a mini book using the binderie punch. Everyone ooohed and ahhhed over how easy and fun it is to use!7gypsies artist, Janelle Smith, taught a fun and fabulous workshop using the home sweet home board kit and the binderie punch. It was at 7am in the morning but it SOLD OUT! Now that's what we call true gypsy love!But one of our favorite places to visit in the booth was the gypsy market. Filled with our newest papers and coordinating products, all strung across wire wrapped books and hung from hand crafted wire hangers! It was gypsy junk at it's best!
We had a great time with all of our gypsies! Thank you all for visiting the booth, coming to the workshop and spreading the gypsy love!