Monday, September 20, 2010

The Creative Connection Event

Where in the world did the weekend go?? The Creative Connection Event in Minneapolis was a long time coming and then whizzed right by. What an amazing place to spend an extra long weekend, among countless creative souls and inspiring minds. I was overwhelmed and impressed to say the least!
I arrived at about noon on Wednesday and before I knew it my booth was set up and Preview Night was over... the hours literally flew by. I was honored to meet organizer and lovely past editor in chief of Country Living magazine Nancy Soriano right off the bat ~ she was gracious and kind, someone I would love to spend time with. Then author Amy Barickman of new book "Vintage Notions", Indygo Junction and The Vintage Workshop stopped by the booth and shopped a bit - yes, she actually purchased a few of my goodies and chatted about her next book idea... wow wow wow! My heart was singing with excitement.

The next few days were filled with classes for Creative Connection participants. They were able to shop for a few minutes here and there but we sure would have liked to have seen more of them. Hopefully next year the Market hours will run past the class hours so that we can mingle longer. Co-founder Jo Packham from the gorgeous magazine Where Women Create also stopped by the booth and was equally as lovely as Nancy. They are are a truly inspirational duo. They pulled off an amazing event with a hard working, well oiled team. We heard only good things from all the attendees. Job well done ~ Many thanks!!

A few booth shots. My lovely banner was printed at Spoonflower and put together by the ever talented Mary Ann Abbot - love that girl. She makes me happy!

Plans are already being made for next year so be sure and stay tuned to The Creative Connection Event website for details. Surely an annual not-to-be-missed event has been born, don't you think?

XOXO Molly


  1. Saw you at Creative Connection- love your art!
    Do you know who had the frozen Charlotte earrings -she had like a cone party hat on the doll head, they were small.
    Would really appreciate if you could help me out.

  2. Hi Molly! Your booth looked really great! Always fun getting to chat more with you at art fairs. Hope to see you soon in Madison! Perhaps we could do coffee one day?!

  3. WHAT a great booth! Where did this take place? I live in Minnesota myself! Crazy! Was this what was taking place at the Mall of America last weekend? Or was that just scrap booking?

    I am such a big fan of your pieces! They are beautiful! I would have had a hay day at your booth!!

  4. Thanks, Alisson - It was such a great opportunity to get to know my Madison Crafty Friends better :)

    Brittany - we were at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Minneapolis. Thank you for your compliments - I will be in touch about your blog!

    I don't remember the frozen Charlotte earrings - so sorry Lucys Baby!

  5. Oh Molly, I love it all! It's so perfect!