Sunday, May 8, 2011

FCE Craft Fair

Hope you're all enjoying your Mother's Day and feeling like a queen.

Yesterday was our FCE (Family and Community Education) Fair. I was planning to post this last night but ended up feeling like a tired zombie. LOL. I think we did really well with all of the crafty items and deeeelicious baked goodies. Sorry, my camera was running out of memory so I didn't get to take a photo of all the baked goods, food items, and some of the other craft items. We also sold Spam Musubi, Somen Salad, Edamame Rice, Sekihan, Barazushi, mochi, brownies, Chinese Pretzels, and more.

Below are a few acrylic photo frame Post It note holders with a motivational quote that I made.

Here are a a few of the leis Ella made. She makes such pretty ones in a nice assortment of colors.

Jenny made some pretty hand made cards.

She also made these pretty mini photo albums. Looks like the flowers on the top to are made with felt. The bottom one has crocheted flowers. Nice yah?

Cindy filled these mini paint containers with items such as a mini nail file, Post Its, etc.

Jenny made these pretty teacups using the Sizzix die (saw the die at Ben Franklin after the fair) and filled them with candy. Cute idea.

Check out this adorable photo frame Jenny decorated. I bought a red one for "omiyage" for my brother-in-laws family. They have two little girls so this is just PERFECT.

Ella made several of these bunnies made with towels and tucked in a tiny bottle of hand sanitizer in the back. So cute.

Ella's daughter painted these plastic containers. Also, fill them with little goodies. This one has little individually wrapped cookies from Costco. I tried those cookies before and they are deeeelicious.

Here are two pictures of our club gals.

I made these two french fry containers last week for my 2 little nieces on Oahu but needed to fill them with something. When I saw these little pkgs. of cookies, I thought, 'oh perfect' and bought a couple. And they did fit perfectly. YAY!!!

I also wanted to use this cute little cat stamp they got for me last Christmas. They know Aunty Karen LOVES rubber stamps. :-)

And finally, here's one of the filled french fry container, wrapped in a cello bag

In one of my previous posts is a photo of the hanafuda clothes pin note holders. I'm so glad all 19 pkgs. sold out. YAY.

Have a wonderful day!!!!




coops said...

these are great karen.looks like you were all really busy :D

xx coops xx

Cyndi said...

wow, very nice projects from the craft fair! all so creative!

kris said...

Awesome and creative projects from everyone!!! i love the acrylic memo pad holders, the frames and photo albums and teacup!! So cute! so glad your clothespin holder sold out!! Yay!! =D