Tuesday, November 14, 2006
Here is another bag that you will be able to purchase at the MamaMade Open House this Saturday at Chelle's home in Historic Sylvan Park This is a bunch of fun and creative women, getting together to sell some goods and have a great time doing it.
Here's the Official Invite:
It's another Mamamade Open House! Several Susie Homemakers that you know have banded together to bring you an extravaganza of original goods and services and gifts for the holidays. Bring a friend! Eat some goodies! Buy some stuff that you can't find anywhere else
The Top 10 Things You Won't See at the 2006 Mamamade Open House
Crocheted tampon cozies
Thongs made from old neckties
Dish soap bottle aprons
Anything made from corncobs
Anything with glitter (not that there's anything wrong with that)
Macrame plant holders
Something that looks like a Barbie wearing a Gone With The Wind dress that fits over your extra roll of toilet paper
Who You Will See
Angel is proud mama to a boy and makes soap and bath products in all her “spare” time.
Angela wrangles her two children and quilts, sews and knits up a storm.
carrie is mama to the sassy little girl, and is a freelance writer and t-shirt mogul on the side.
Diana spends most of her time playing princess with her two girls, but somehow finds time to create organic mama and baby body care products.
Jenni is mom to a busy boy and makes beautiful custom monogrammed paintings and pillows.
Becky spends her day with her two girls, but during naptime, she transforms into the owner of doodlebug embroidery!
Chelle chases her girls and makes incredible table and chair sets, lap pads, and chalk placemats for children with her company outside z box.
Julie is mom to 2 kiddos and when she has a minute, makes custom DVDs, digital scrapbook layouts and photo birth announcements with her business, MomMedia.
Paige is a mama, writer, and Apron String Revolutionary. She appears in the 2007 Mother Leadership Handbook & Engagement Calendar for mothers acting up.
tisra does a little of everything... linoleum block printing, sewing, knitting, and painting. She even had her first knitty pattern published this year, katja. Tisra has three children and sales at the event go toward the adoption fund for child number four!
Beth is our childless but honorary mama who makes all kinds of cool stuff - fabric, bags, art quilts and paintings.
Also, joining us a little late are a floral designer and a printmaker!
in Sylvan Park
5101 Dakota Ave.
Nashville, TN 37209
this coming Sat. November 18, 2006
Come and make your mama proud.