Saturday, June 26, 2010

mini @home open for business

I've opened a small booth in Savannah's newest antique mall Steal Magnolias located on the corner of Gwinnett and Habersham Streets. I'm one of 44 vendors that occupy the space so there is something for everyone. My booth number is #37. I've managed to cram a lot of things into a small amount of space. I hope you will stop by and take a look (and make a purchase).



10 comments:

blue moss said...

that's great news!!! i'm heading to hilton head for the fourth and would love to sneak over to savannah and see your booth!!
hope you are well
michelle

kori e. turner said...

Thats really exciting Liz!!! I am sure it's not the same but I know it makes you smile... think of you often! Hope all is well...Kori

kori e. turner said...

Liz that is really exciting! I am sure it's not the same but I know it makes you smile. Hope all is well think of you often...Kori

Amy Nieto said...

Oh How I wish I could attend this! Much luck to you, sweet Liz!

StitchesByLiz said...

Yes! That's great news Liz~

Peg Dunn-Snow,PhD, ATR-BC said...

Hello Liz

My husband and I were in Savannah for the first time last May. It was so sad to see your awning still up where your store was located, as I had hoped to get to your great city before you closed your doors.

However, knowing now that you have a mini@home in the mall will be reason enough for me to visit the city again. I love your sense of style. Best Wishes Peg Dunn-Snow

Captain January said...

Congrats on your new shop! How very exciting!!!!

Michele said...

Wish I could visit in person - hope you will share photos of your space with all of us... we are missing your eye candy!

Dena said...

I am so happy that you have opened mini@home and hope all is going well there. I adored your store, more than any other like it. I will be in Savannah in early September and will definitely look for your booth!

claire teschel said...

i knew those little chicks looked familiar! glad to hear this:)