Sponsor gifts for Bird Song are still coming in, and ooooohhhh myyyyyy! This envelope of rosy goodness just made me sigh when I opened it.
These little trims came from Lisa Super and are packaged so sweetly. My guests will love them! Thanks, Lisa!!
These are from Lynn and she has the kits on sale right now in her shop if you aren't going to be here to get a kit from the goodie bags at Bird Song.
Lynn's sister, Karla, sent goodies too, and look at how cute these packs are. She has included lots of vintage bits and trims for the students to play with. Thanks, ladies!
I'm so impressed with the generosity of the sponsors. And there is more to come. A little bird told me that Dawn will be sending some of her lovely soaps...
A full list of sponsors can be found on the side bar of this blog and of the Bird Song blog.
Since re-shuffling the class and seating, I have an open spot now.
Please contact me if you are interested.
After having a houseful of arty friends last weekend, my house feels empty, and I can't wait to see all my guests at the end of the month for Bird Song. I'll have a few staying at the house, but of course, there isn't room for all of them. But wouldn't that be fun if there was?
This cute Elephant is from Jenn, she gave me a whole set of these tags and I just had to tuck them into my Easter display. By the way, she has spots available for her magical event this fall. After hearing her plans for decor, I have to say, you shouldn't miss it.
While the theme features fairies, they are not the cutey pie colorful fairies that you might think. She is going for a woodland, GORGEOUS dreamy paradise filled with grown up, glam fairies. More like you'd see in Vogue than in a story book. As a matter of fact, Victoria magazine's latest issue has a spread about a woodland dinner party that looks a lot like what Jenn has been planning.
Did I say GORGEOUS yet? Wow, I can't wait!