I was really nervous about this apron, but I figured because she was in the youth category that they'd be nice. As we were walking out with it on Monday one of the judges said that many parents bring their kids things in and they are not very well done BUT your daughter's apron was VERY WELL DONE. My daughter just beamed. I was very grateful for this experience - mostly the mommy daughter time and for the fun matching aprons we now have to enjoy at home.
She won BEST OF SHOW for the youth category this year - again! Two years in a row. We are hoping that she can enter it in the PTA reflections contest this year too (save on printing costs) - anyone know the theme yet?
And my cross stitch received 1st place in the Linen cross stitch Category.
And all three of my photos received 2nd place in the Professional Photography category.
I entered them mainly so I could advertise my TWO upcoming classes at ReneePearson.com
#1 - Photo Preserves - old photo restoration - a two week class in October
#2 - Photo First Aid - retouching and enhancing digital photos - Oct 27th to Nov 23
All of my little papers were gone by the time the fair ended - hopefully not in the trash.
I took some fun detail photos of the fair for our scrapbook but I'll share those when I get a minute. Right now I am working on written guides for my Photo Preserves class, PTA stuff, Primary secretary stuff, canning, gardening, etc.