Have Yourself A Crafty Little Christmas

One of the things I love most in the world is art.  When I was a little girl I wanted to be an art teacher.  I remember my art teacher in my sophomore year in high school told me I was too shy to be a teacher.  He would be quite surprised to find out that this year I am co-leading the organization of the third creative event at Revolution Church of Kentucky.  In 2012 we had an Art Show in May and a Craft Fair in December.  This year we decided to combine the best of two worlds into, "Have Yourself a Crafty Little Christmas!"  It is on Friday, December 13, 2013 from 6:30 to 9:00.

Our past events have been filled with some EXTREMELY talented artists and craftspeople.

Here are some of the awesome items we had at last year's craft fair:

Handmade Jewelry
Decorative Journals
More Wreaths!!
The Lovely Em Dash Designs Graced Us with Her Presence
And the Art Show in May 2012

Liz Richter (Right)
 And my works, of course.

Art Show

Craft Fair
Me With My Greatest Creation To Date!!

We still have a few spots left for this year's "Have Yourself A Crafty Little Christmas" Craft Fair and Art Show.  If you are interested please contact yours truly at revolutioncreate@gmail.com by Friday, November 15, 2013 for more information.  (Craft booths are $20.00 and Art Displays are $10.00)

I did revert back to that shy girl at my first art show several years ago, but it was one of the most amazing experiences I have ever had.  If you have a gift, you should share it with the world. You never know when what you think is just "okay" will turn into someone's treasure.  It is one of the most inspiring/humbling things to know something of yours is hanging or being cherished in someone's home.  I highly recommend it.  
My First Sale at Last Year's Art Show.  One of My Favorites.


  1. Wanted to find out info about your show. Do I call your church or you? Thanks, Julie//julie.mcmillan@trane.com

    1. Awesome!! I will send you an e-mail from our e-mail address. It will be from revolutioncreate@gmail.com


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