Tuesday, August 5, 2008

Stampin' Day today!

Wow, it has been so long since I have stamped or posted anything. I am so excited I stamped some Thank You cards that were simple but yet I think they will do the trick. They are made with Nice and Easy Notes from Stampin' Up and I used copics to color them. The colors are E Eggplant, O Olive and S Sun. These are to give to people that helped us on Saturday with our Company Picnic. We had a great day, Dan (DH) and I sold shaved ice at the event also it was a blast. There were approx. 450 people who came and we planned games for the adults and children. Our business has been just crazy this summer, it has been sunny and hot so a nice cold shaved ice goes down pretty well. Then about a month ago we added coffee and blended drinks, such as blended coffees, smoothies and Tea based smoothies. They have really been doing well. Our town has the largest free concert in the state, at the end of July, this place was hopping. It has been nice being so busy this summer, but we are also looking forward to late fall for some time off. Working full time along with running the business on the weekends has been a real adjustment for me. I even took a vacation day today, just to have a day off. It has been wonderful!


Lauri said...

Wow! So much work!! I know...a woman that works for me during the day has a coffee business with her husband on the weekends. Like you they sell coffee, coffee drinks, etc at fairs, along with doing weekly farmers markets and their regular business of custom blends. I help them out occassionally and it is a ton of work! Glad you were able to stop in!

Danyelle Kessler said...

Welcome back and "Thank you". When are you going to send me some of that shaved ice syrup for the soon to be snowfall here?

Ila said...

Wow!!..you have been so Busy!! I use to have a craft business and went to numerous craft shows to sell my wares...so I can relate.
Your card is fabulous!!I love the way you stampes thank you all over to create the background...great idea!!...Take Care!..Hugs, Ila