Saturday, August 15, 2009

Busy Summer!!

I know its been a long time since I've blogged!! I know sometimes I just get too busy and BAM I'm behind on blogging!! So tonight I'll make up for it!!

Lets start off with some exciting news!! My farmer's Market has been INCREDIBLE!!! Really I've been more than pleased with the demand of my lovely candles! For those of you that don't know I've been selling at my local farmers market two days a week since June! We've been going strong and enjoying getting to know and share our products with my local customers and friends.

I've had several people come by smell and fall in love with their favorite fragrance ( I currently have 45 to choose from.) I will be added several new holiday scents in the next two weeks too!

Next I finally bought a wax melter and am moving my candle making to the garage!! Yes THAT'S RIGHT I WILL HAVE MY OWN CANDLE LABORATORY!!!!! Said in True Dexter style!! Don't know what I'm talking about.... well Google it! You'll get a laugh :)

Also coming soon Earthworks Gallery will be carrying my candles. I'm in the process now of getting candles made to take to this really cool shop. If your in the Front Royal area go check out this awesome shop! Rob has a very unique selection of jewelry, art and Asian decor. Trust me you won't be disappointed in this store! Stop on by and visit my good friend Rob and tell him I sent ya!!

Last and certainly not least... Today I signed up for the 6th Annual Christkindlmarkt! What is that you might ask? Well its my towns Christmas Craft show held outside around the gazebo in beautiful Downtown Front Royal. The Event will start on Friday Dec. 4th 4-9pm and Saturday Dec. 5th 9am-6pm. Santa will be there too!!


Rose Works Jewelry said...

Sounds like you've been doing pretty awesome - kudos on all the business!

agoodwitchtoo said...

WOOT! Awesome on the candle laboratory and all the achievements!

JamieS said...
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JamieS said...

Hey Marie, nice blog! We will see you in a couple weeks at the Front Royal Farmer's Market--keep up the good work!