but also Kim had blown up images from the background of the smaller painting I'd done that she was using for the event button. (this is one that I kept for myself, Kim sold the rest. She also gave me the large poster from the lobby)
For my vendor table, I made tags from the images on my mural. I like them so much that I'll use them for Birdsong too.
My Snow White painting was plastered on everything from the chocolate lollipops, the itinerary, to a lot of swap projects or tags. I was a little overwhelmed by her. But it was a good kind of overwhelmed.
Kim never misses a detail, and our work tables were beyond beautiful. Everyone got a bevelled glass "casket" with a velvet heart, and a matching crowned frame. All were extra good quality items, and pieces I will treasure forever, not just little party favors.
My Snow was on the back of every chair, in a frame we were each to keep. Along with a goodie bag stuffed with treats. The bag itself was a heavy canvas, yet again, another Kim trademark. Her gifts are high quality items that will last and so nice that you'll be glad they did. No cheesy, cheapy things that are just for show for the day.
Thanks for another memorable weekend, Kim!
(and I'm soooo looking forward to next year, the theme of Downton Abby will be delightful- that is if all the characters are not killed off by then)