Last weekend we were part of a really cool show in Salt Lake called Craft Lake City.
The show started in the afternoon and stretched out until 10 o’clock at night.
Since the appeal of our booth is that we customize hand-stamped Sterling silver and gold jewelry on the spot, we knew we needed a lot of light so we could keep creating even after the sun went down.
^^^ Sliiiiiight mishap on the centering of “collections.”
Our booth was packed just about every minute of the 19 hours it was open. Especially at night. We love you, Salt Lake City. Thank you for your support!
People loved our booth. Honestly, people are nice. They were so complimentary and kind and mentioned how much the loved the lighting. “The light totally drew us in!” We must have heard that at least 20 times. It got me thinking, …how interesting that people are drawn to light! They chose to be with us in our glowing booth. (And we loved having them.)
As I walked through a handful of the booths en route to the restroom, I noticed how dimly lit most of the other booths were. Ours really was vibrant. It stood out. To be honest with you, I was concerned that our booth had so much light that we were going to burn our retinas. I’m relieved that wasn’t the case. If all the booths were as bright as ours was, maybe ours wouldn’t have stood out as much.
Sometimes I guess it takes darkness to appreciate the light.
There’s a much deeper meaning in there, I think.
Man, it was a good weekend.
Thank you, Craft Lake City!