Saturday, May 5, 2012

Artistic Affaire, Breakfast at Tiffany's

Artistic Affaire is in full swing! We are celebrating the 50th anniversary of Breakfast at Tiffany's. I taught my class this morning, "A Social-lite" and it went very well. The girls were excited and worked hard on finishing their projects. Each chandelier was uniquely different and it was fun to see the magic come alive. Alot of the girls have been following my trip, so it's been fun to have them inquire about it.

Kim's decor is to die for. Everything is elaborate and amazingly well planned out. She is an amazing hostess and the all the girls just adore her.  The hotel is fabulous and the food in the restaurant is yummy. 

Vendor night was very successful and I am so grateful at how well received my art and jewelry was. Girls were so cute, saying they were supporting my gas  fund to get home!

 Tomorrow my niece is getting dropped off for a few days of alone time with her auntie. we are going to chill by the pool, attend a pj party and then take the antiquing bus tour on Sunday with the group. Monday we will have to repack the car (yuck).



Molly was the lucky winner of my class giveaway


  1. kecia!! Everything looks beautiful! Im so glad youre having a great time. Keep taking lots of pics!! im living vicariously through you!

  2. I am soo glad you were able to take this journey Kecia, the pics are fabulous!

  3. Everything looks fabulous. Wish i could have been there. but, too far away and i would have to retire my tee.

  4. My most favorite person at Kim's event this past weekend was your absolutely delightful niece! And my most favorite class was your lampshade class. As I showed you, I purchased a lamp at Irvine Flea Market with two lamp shades and can't wait to decorate them in the fashion I learned from you. Thank you for being there and sharing your talents with this large group!

  5. What a wonderful class! I loved it and I loved spending time with you and your niece, you're both adorable and so much fun! I'm putting you on my blog roll so I can come back and see what you're up to! I may make a doll head lamp with my shade once I finish it! I can't wait to find a bigger frame and do the same thing that you taught us! I was in such a creative slump when I arrived but not anymore!! I was going crazy at the flea market, was that the best or what!! I hope to see you again soon, xoxoxox-cindy

  6. Reading this and seeing the photographs for me, is as good as being there!!


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