Because the Vagabond looks like luggage, I started searching for something vintage that would complement the Vagabond. An old fashioned train case seemed to be the perfect choice. Requirements - didn’t break the bank, didn’t stink and would look good with the addition of a few TH travel stickers.I originally wanted yellow, which is the accent color of the Beehive, but couldn’t find one that made me say wow. I scoured Ebay, Etsy and Craigslist for weeks until – insert harp music here – tan leather, no stains inside, no mildewed odor. Finder’s keepers, losers weepers!
Preparing for the Beehive is like putting together a trousseau or preparing for a new baby. Got me thinking whether I should have a Craft Studio Shower? I could register at Michael’s, make party favors – bee themed of course – and I could invite all my talented crafty friends I have grown to know and love from the Internet. Ummm...think perhaps I better start planning right away because I need to find a recipie for a martini that contains honey.
I'm all packed and ready to move into the Beehive!
Not much room for new dies, but there's now plenty of empty space in the pantry!
I do hope you'll join me for the celebration. Please leave your RSVP in the comment section so I can plan accordinly. I don't want to run out of pink honey martinis! Or the milk and honey martinis!