Last weekend, Kinsey and I were in Richmond doing Spring Bada Bing. We look forward to this show every year and have been attending it for 6 years and have been a vendor for 5 years. This year was by far the best for us and I was so happy with how our table turned out.
This year, my main offerings were soft toys. I've really been focusing on the area of plush toys quite intensely now for the past 5 months.
This was my first show with the plush rockets and boys, so I was excited to see how they would be received. Rockets were by far my most popular item - I almost sold out!
Another new item I had for the first time were soft rattles, which went over very well as well.
(Oh and here's how nerdy I can be: I totally got really excited when I saw Sherry and John Petersik from younghouselove. And even more excited when they stopped and my table and chatted for a few minutes!)
Before we headed to Richmond, we spent a week visiting my grandparents who live just south of Myrtle Beach. Early April is such a wonderful time to go to the beach. See all the people out on the beach? Oh wait, there's hardly anyone. Warm weather, clear skies, and local strawberries!!
While we were in South Carolina we took a day trip to Charleston. We were searching for a place to eat lunch when we came across this quiet, old church cemetery right off a busy street.
I'll be sharing some more pictures in the next day of one of my favorite places I've ever visited while down south.