August 31, 2013

Country Living Magazine Fair: Columbus, Ohio, September 13-15

Oh my gosh!  We have been so busy getting our new house renovated . . . and I mean r.e.n.o.v.a.t.e.d, that I have totally neglected my blog . . . since MAY?! 



Now,  I'm not talking just painting and hanging new curtains, I'm talking a complete kitchen and bath update, INCLUDING all the plumbing.  Yes, this vintage house needed it's pipes ripped out and updated with new plumbing.  What a task!  I am happy to say that we can now move on to the fun parts...like painting and hanging curtains.  



But the fun must be postponed until after my next couple of shows.

In the meantime, I am gearing up for the Country Living Magazine Fair in Columbus, Ohio this September 13, 14, and 15th.  



Most of my studio is still in boxes in the garage, so I am sifting and sorting trying to find all my trinkets and treasures for this event.  I have some great new designs, along with some signature favorites, so I hope to see you at the Country Living Fair in a couple of weeks.  



This year I will be in the Market Field, booth D355, to be precise.  See you then!

. . . and back to our regularly scheduled presentation.

Hooray! The laptop isn't fried after all.  So, let's get back to what's going on with Hedy Regal Designs. 

Last check in I was prepping for The Rural Society's Spring Sale in Mt. Vernon, Ohio.  What a lovely working farm, and the staff is just wonderful.  I always enjoy participating in this show.  This was my only show this Spring and now I am fully focused on the Country Living Fair in Columbus, Ohio in September. 

Okay, maybe not fully focused . . . I have my daughter, which is my first love AND we just bought a cute little fixer-upper on the outskirts of Germantown, Ohio that needs my TLC.  Here is a sneak peek at this little charmer. 

There are the necessities, like a working kitchen and bathroom that are yet to be done, but everything else will have to wait until after the Fall fairs.  My "studio" is bare bones compared to what I packed up in Columbus, but I think I can make do for now.