Since the first day of December, I literally cannot see my table top. It's covered in beautiful, colorful stacks of wedding invitations, save the dates, crisp envelopes and party goodies. What a glorious problem to have.
Just six months ago, I remember asking myself if this little business would ever "take off". And, what does that mean anyway? Is this even worth it? Do people even like paper? And then God showed up. I have now made double my 2012 yearly profits in less than two months. Speechless.
With this clear message and confidence, I am now growing like never before. So, before I share my next big plan, let me say this: THANK YOU! Thank you to each and every one of you who have purchased from, featured, "ooohed" and "ahhed" and loved on me since I began this adventure. Every single one of you matter. I'm so excited to share more with you!
Now. I was invited in 2010 to one of the most sought-after opportunities in the paper business - The National Stationery Show - but quickly realized that my little hobby paled in comparison to some of the most talented designers I have ever seen. Not to mention I was lacking a few dollars. So, I tucked my tail and started saving, creating, building contacts, and planning. I am beyond thrilled to actually be attending the show in May in New York!
After all the budgeting and contracts, I am finally to the fun part - decorating my booth! I'm going with a light, airy, modern and fresh theme, much like my blog and website. Take a peek at my beginning plans and let me know what you think!