I'm trying to decide whether or not I like the glitter vinyl or not. I love the look because it makes the projects pop. I'm not so sure I like the way it cuts out everything because it is not as detailed and it is harder to weed out the excess glitter. It is also more expensive. One of the sheets of the glitter paper I received actually seperated from the plastic backing and made it difficult to work with. I still have some left, so I'll have to play around with it some more today.
I have to start looking for a real job. As much as I love doing this, it isn't enough to pay all the bills yet. I'm going to try to find a part time job and continue doing the Farmer's Markets on Wednesdays and Thursdays. If I don't find anything by the end of the month, then I'll go back to the school and see if I can get a job as a substitute. I'm also looking into brainsotrming ideas for home shows, working as a activity director for a nursing home or with kids or with people with disabilities. If you know of openings in these lines of work in the San Diego area, e-mail me and let me know. I'm still going to do the craft shows around town until I find something. I actually have a show this Saturday at Flora Vista Elementary School in Encinitas. It is a fundraiser for breast cancer and it is called "Boobs on the run". I thought it was a weird name, but it is for a good cause. I always try to help out with the breast cancer fundraisers, because my mom is a survivor. She actually had to go to the ER this past Friday and stayed there until Sunday. It's been a rough year for her. I'm just grateful that I've been able to help her out more since I stopped working at the school. It makes me more grateful for each day she's here and for my own health. It's easy to take our health for granted, until our bodies start falling apart.
Well I better post the pictures, so I can start adding more stuff on Etsy and making more crafts for this weekend. Have a great week and I hope all is well with you and your families.