With only a few days left until the Detroit Urban Craft Fair, we are busy busy busy. But I’ve been doing my homework by browsing all of the things I want to buy. Here’s a roundup of some of my favorite items from DUCF vendors.
Originally, I intended the mustaches to be sold separately from the regular bulb shapes, with each piece being its own ornament. As I was cutting out the pieces however, I set one of the mustaches on top of the bulb and suddenly I realized how perfectly each mustache worked with each bulb to make a far superior ornament.
We also ordered paper from French Paper Co. to cover the back and make both sides festive.
Yesterday was my final day of classes for the quarter. I spent around 20 hours over the last few days making this flash website. The last thing I wanted to do when I turned the project in was more work, but with the holiday next week there’s only so much time to get projects done before the Detroit Urban Craft Fair.
So I printed.
When you’re doing something you love, working can become this relaxing, mind-settling activity. I left open studio feeling really at peace and I realized that I am finally the person I want to be. I may not be exactly where I want to be in life, but I am working towards it and that gives me a sense of fulfillment.
With just a little over two weeks until The Detroit Urban Craft Fair, now seemed as good a time as any to announce that What Good Have I Done Today? will have a booth at the event on December 3rd and 4th at the Masonic Temple.
We’ll be spending much of the next couple weeks building up our stock and adding a few new items to our inventory as well. Don’t forget to come out and see us!