Thursday, November 21, 2013

Setting up a show

is like setting up a wedding.
Someone will be late.
Someone will break a nail.
Someone will have a bridezilla melt down.
There are so many behind things that are taken care of to make a show look and feel as if it is a place you want to be.
Today, Luck's bean Factory on Highway 705, in Seagrove NC will be transformed into a place of wonder.

We will be there with the other Seagrove Potters, we hope that some of you will join us.




The new part of the booth is packed and ready to go.
I will let you know how well it worked for us.
I really love the center frame that Mark built for my tiles.
 The top has under-counter lights, pretty cool.
I can't wait to try it out.
I think that it is going to work very well.
This will be the back of the booth with check out on the side. We have a generous 10x15 and that extra 5 feet is wonderful.

Off to finish packing.
See you there,
M


 

10 comments:

Dennis Allen said...

Looks like a good start. With the shelves out, do those units accordion fold with the back panels hinged in the middle? Hopefully the load will be lighter on the way home.

Lori Buff said...

Have a really great show.

Sandy miller said...

Wow! The new set up looks fab!!
Good sales to you and safe travels!

You guys will rock the show :)

Michèle Hastings said...

Looks great!. That grid should work well for your tiles.

Anna M. Branner said...

This DOES look great. And you are right that extra 5 feet makes a world of difference. Will you post pictures of the set stocked too? Please? :)

Gail said...

Be sure to post some pictures of the completed booth and all the setup with all your tiles and pottery.

Gary's third pottery blog said...

DANG, fancy little gallery to GO!

cookingwithgas said...

Dennis- yes they do fold up and makes for quicker set up and taking down.
Lori- thanks!
Sandy- rocking would be good.
MH- we will see you there.
I will get some pictures tomorrow.

smalltownme said...

Very nice. It will be fun to see pictures of the shelves all filled!

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