I decided to have a booth at NET (New England Traditions) this year. This has been a wonderful experience for me just being with other creative friends and also meeting new friends. One of the things that truely blessed my heart was having other people coming into the booth and telling me about some of my designs that they have painted.
The trade show is probably a little smaller than other years….but all of the booths are wonderful and loaded with lots of fabulous goodies. I thought you might enjoy seeing all of the booths here at the show.
Me at Jane Allen Creates
Ken and Lee at Lynne Andrews Folk Art
Chris at Maureen Baker/DecoArt
Katie, Donna, and Bob at Bear with Us
Scheri and Ken at Brushes and More
Cindy at Cindy Harrison Art
Maxine at Country Primatives
Janice at Country Schoolhouse
Laurie at Creative Coach
Chris and Lindsey at Cupboard Distributing
Kim at Heavenly Heart Creations
Anne Hunter at Anne Hunter and Beth Wagner
Mary and Joe at JB Woods
Marlene at Marlene’s Folk Art
Cynthia at the Quilted Acorn
Greg and Kate at Scharff Brushes
I hope you enjoy this little tour and will think about joining us next year.
9 thoughts on “A Glimpse of NET 2017”
Thank you so much for the photos of NET. I was there every year I lived in New England and that was one of the regrets when we moved out of the area. Your booth looks wonderful and I would have loved to see it in person and meet you in person!
How fun! Thanks for sharing!
Thank you Charlotte I am glad that you enjoyed seeing the little tour
I had a great time again a NET this year. It was a pretty rigid schedule with the classes I took but I was beyond grateful to finally meet you Jane. Your booth looked fabulous! Thank you for everything!
Thank you Lynn, it was a joy to meet you, and you are even more wonderful in person. I love how friendships evolve. 🙂
What an amazing variety of decorative art styles! They’re all beautiful. Thank you for sharing Jane.
You are welcome Effie, I love how technology allows us to share and connect.
Jane, what a pleasure to meet you! I hope the first of many
Thank you Rosealee, it was also a pleasure to meet you and I also hope the first of many.