It’s that time of year where I participate in several Arts and Craft bazaars where I sell my fused glass artwork. Last week I announced the winner of the Sugar plum gift mart (Sharon C).
This weekend I participated in Coronado’s Holiday Bazaar. I must admit since so many of my Fused Glass newsletter friends came by the Sugar Plum gift mart I didn’t expect so many to show up at Coronado’s bazaar.
Wow, was I wrong! So many of my Fused Glass newsletter friends, new and old, showed up to support me and to shop this great event.
All I can say is I’m in awe of ya’ll and so so grateful. One person after the next showed up and said, Karen I’m here because of your newsletter. Then some of them talked about my blogs and the various topics I’ve discussed.
You know I try to write at least 2 blogs about fused glass every week and of course my monthly fused glass newsletter is a compilation of those blogs. I don’t always hear from my readers, albeit during my shows my amazing newsletter friends let me know my blogs/newsletters do not go unread.
To say the least this is why I write my fused glass blogs/newsletters. To put it simply, I have the best friends/customers in the world! People that recognize art can be a dish, a nightlight light, a sconce, or jewelry.
Thank you again for your support, it mean so much more than I can express into words.
BTW in case you were curious the winner of the Coronado bazaar it is Diane C. Congratulations to Diane C. I’ve emailed her to let her know when she can see my fused glass in person or via one of my sites.
If you would like to come to my next show and receive your 15% discount here is a quick list:
– Smokey Hills High School on 7 Nov (Aurora)
– Liberty HS on 14 Nov (Colorado Springs)
– Rampart HS on 21 Nov (Colorado Springs)
– Doherty HS on 5-6 Dec (Colorado Springs)
Again, my sincere gratitude for your support. In fact for those who come by any of the shows above will not only get their 15% discount, I’ll also give you another present.
Thank you again and hope to see you all again soon.
Keeping my kilns warm