Over the weekend we participated in the 17th Street Festival. The Festival brought out DC locals and tourists of all ages (including lots of 4 legged neighbors) and was a lot of fun. We sold tons of paint by number kits and our new DC design was a hit. So many people asked about the large map that we have hanging as a decoration in the booth that we're going to figure out a way to make them for sale too.
Our booth neighbor this week was a lovely woman named Grace. She sells beautiful handmade cloth creations and jewelry from all over the world.
You can find her unique products on her website and on Instagram (@trufacebygrace). She'll also be a vendor at the Takoma Park Street Festival - perhaps we'll be neighbors there too!
After a busy day of selling paint by number kits we were hungry and ready for a good meal. There are so many restaurants along 17th street! We settled on Hank's Oyster Bar and were not disappointed. They also had great kids menu - which our young helpers enjoyed.
Next weekend, we'll be in Orange Virginia for the Orange Street Festival. It looks like its going to be another fun show.
Amanda Farnum is the co-owner and creative half of the husband and wife run Wehgo.