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I know I already shared that I am very excited and working very hard on a project, so now you'll get to know what the project is: A booth! HowJoyful will have it's own booth :)

That's why yesterday was hair accessories day, because I need a lot of products! I started with headbands in different styles and colors, hairpins and of course lots of flowers to make them pretty! I manage to finish more than 40, so hopefully the next work day I will tackle just as many as yesterday.

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headbands
headbands
headbands

I am very excited about the products but its funny because at times I'm more excited about the displays :) I am working on them using recycled stuff and finds at the thrift store. I will be sharing the different stuff I'm working with the help of Ken hopefully this week (If we manage to finish soon) and of course all the new products I'm working on.

Also, I've got some request for more simple tutorials and a post to explain all be basic must-knows before sitting in front of a sewing machine. So I will be working on that too!
I hope everyone had a wonderful weekend!

Joy


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Joy Kelley is a Chilean Designer & lettering Artist. Mom to 3 little boys. Crafter. Pattern lover. Color obsessed. Lemon pie dependent. And the hand behind the HowJoyful Studio & HowJoyful Shop. Read more about her & the blog here →

11 replies
  1. Andie
    Andie says:

    What is your booth for? A craft show? I was thinking of having a booth in a craft show in November. I haven’t signed up for it yet though.

    Reply
  2. Altaira
    Altaira says:

    hey chicky…whats the booth for? are you gonna be up in the Village for the music series or something else? good luck :)

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  3. joy B.
    joy B. says:

    I love your work, everything you do is so beautiful, I love the fabric flowers :)
    Congratulations Joy, you have plenty of talented.

    saludos desde Chile :)

    Reply
  4. Laura
    Laura says:

    Porfavor! dime como haces las florecitas las primeras o las segundas *-*!
    espero estes bien!(: y sigo amando tus trabajos!

    Reply

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