Before the Independence Day festivities I had some fun at Aurora Rose Boutique.
Mannequins were adorned with my pieces.
I might play with a scarf pendant necklace in the Fall.
I set up for my trunk show there with a pretty and whimsical view.
Having extra surfaces to display my wares was nice, as well as not having to worry about the weather.
I’ve amassed quite a few pendants now, and hope to see more explore the world with new owners.
I accessorized my Make by Megan K. Dress with a Hello Kitty Ring, Rock-A-Ring, and Spiced Up Shoes.
Other vendors came in to restock their wares, and I became enamored with these crochet animals from The Happy Star.
Luckily I was too busy to pull out my wallet, but the Octopi might get a cuddle and a ride home next month.
Kim provided tasty treats by Tastefully Simple.
I met fellow vendors, new Maraviglia fans, and friends during the afternoon, and enjoyed seeing a few adornments go home with new owners.
Kim was happy with the custom Scarf pendant I made, featuring the story and music score of Aurora Rose, or Sleeping Beauty as most of us know her.
I enjoyed the inspiration of other vendors.
And am pondering the projected survival rate of a terrarium with my no-green thumbs.
My July inventory is freshened up.
With a few new scarf pendants and necklace pendants. Detailed photos of the ones I left are here.
The next #AuroraRoseTrunkShow will be held on July 26th with A&Z Designs, a must for steampunk fans. Join Al & Zivi for a demonstration, meet and greet, and check out their handcrafted jewelry, hand-stamped metals and steam-punk inspired pieces.
Always shop local and handmade. It is so much more gratifying to own one-of-a-kind pieces and know you supported someone in your neighborhood.
NOTE: Only vendors already registered with Aurora Rose can have trunk shows there.