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1  MISCELLANEOUS TOPICS / Completed Projects / Teddybear wedding sculpture on: March 12, 2009 08:44:15 PM
This is an edible sculpture that I made. The buildings and flowercart are made from gingerbread (I drilled holes in the gingerbread for the flower bunches to sit in). The teddybears and the flowers are all made from fondant. The bushes and roadway are made from (various) cereal marshmallow treats and the grass is dyed coconut. Allthough it is edible it wasn't really intended for consumption, it's just something I enjoy doing that allows my imagination to flow. This is my second project that I have done like this.


















I sure hope this worked
2  CRAFTY BUSINESS ADVICE / Tips for Participating in Craft Fairs / How can I be certain it's an actual CRAFTS fair? on: June 02, 2007 08:34:20 PM
I am new to craft fairs as a vendor and was wondering...Does anyone have a sure fire way for finding out if a craft fair is actually a real "CRAFT" fair?  I have done one "craft" festival already and I am currently in the middle of a two day show. The very first rule (in both fairs) stipulates "no commercial products" But that is all anyone at either "craft" festival sold.  Out of over 100 hundred vendors I am the only one with anything actually handcrafted. (This happened at my first show too.) What's the deal? Why aren't the rules adhered to and how can one tell if a show will actually be featuring "real" handcrafted items? Any one have any ideas?    Thanks, Joanie
3  CRAFTY BUSINESS ADVICE / Crafty Business Discussion / Nom de plume (pen name) on: April 24, 2007 03:43:35 PM
I was wondering if anyone knows if it OK to use a nom de plume (a pen name) on the (craft business) web site I'm trying to build? My real name is Joanie McGuiness but it is so long and doesn't exactly have an artistic feel to it. I would like to use Joanie James instead. (My moms name is Joan too and my dads name was James so I thought it would be a good choice) But will this cause legal issues if I introduce myself on my website in the "about me" section as Joanie James. I haven't changed my name legally and have no intention of doing so. Any suggestions?
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