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What another fun night tonight at the Quarters for a Cause. Tonight's event was to raise money for Andrew, the cutest little boy and he has cerebral palsy. He was there and told a knock knock joke and then off to speech therapy he went.
I showed you the table goodies yesterday, so today I will show you the table decor and my vendor table.
I did the table very similar to my DiVa Day.
The guests (I can't say girls, cause Daniel came so we had a young man at our table) received a pack of Halloween DSP, and inside their little chevron bag was googlie eyes and ribbon.
Chick-fil-A catered so that made it easier for me. I didn't have to run around and get food ahead of time.
It was hard to do the display table this time with the change of the catalogs and all, so I had cards for sale, and paper pumpkin kits and upcoming classes. Of course I had the new catalogs for people to get as well. I didn't realize how wrinkley my banner is…I need to iron it…then fold it till next time…ha!
Well this ol' gal is headed to bed, it's late and I am whooped.
Have an awesome Thursday and thanks for stopping in.
Sue Smith says
Diana, Love your blog posts and all of the creations you share. Here's a suggestion about storing your banner. I ironed mine, then rolled it around the cardboard tube from a roll of wrapping paper. A couple of bag clips, clothes pins or something similar clipped to the top of the roll will keep the slippery banner in place. PVC pipe would also work well.
Diana Gibbs says
I will do that, thanks! I guess I didn't realize how wrinkly it is. I usually hang it on the table cloth, but this time I used the wall cause I didn't have my high display board. Hugs, Di