I don’t know about you, but holy toledo, what a month! With Finals and Bazaars and Christmas, I’m looking forward to a week of reading every book I haven’t had time for and doing nothing…except I’m not very good at that so we’ll see how that goes! Before I get on to attempting laziness however, I wanted to show you what I’ve been so busy with.
As my passion for stachin’ has only continued to grow, I found it appropriate to put my wit and licensing skills to good use with a Merry Stachemas party.
There were some wonderfully stachetastic decorations to bring in the Stachemas spirit!
Delicious stachemas treats!
We held a mustache and snowflake design contest, for which there were lovely gnome prizes.
A photo booth to show off our peppermint staches and good times all around!
I even found this great new jam for every stache occasion. Thank you Cake!
Following the party, I assembled the Merry Stachemas party kit for all to delight in at Provo’s own Beehive Bazaar. My awesome mom helped me to set up my booth! It was a great experience and I was happy to be able to participate.
I was also super happy to be a part of Provo Craftsmen Co-Op’s first ‘Maker’s Market’, organized by Ron Linn, Noah Kershisnik and Hayden Davis. ‘Like’ their page on facebook to keep up with the new happenings: https://www.facebook.com/provocraftsmencoop
But of course, my favorite part of this Christmas has been spending time with my fam! To see each of their individual portraits, check out the Illustration Gallery page!
I hope you all have had a lovely holiday and have focused most on the joy of Christmas and the Christ child’s birth and less on the staches and retail store dashes. Merry Christmas and see you next year!