Havergal is a private high school. an all-girls high school (what a terrible place it must be…) but its a great place for me, since teenaged girls are my niche.
Whats left now:
-pack it all into the car. do this early since i am working on and off with baby vivian these next few days. (seriously, i have the best job ever)
-make a couple more henna kits?
-sticker three bags of powder
-find ikea hooks
-file folder the print outs
-gather snacks and change
-little basket for cotton balls
7-10 henna kits ($40)
henna packages ($20)
25 grams henna ($5)
two pattern books
tray and mung beans (wash that tray though)
bowl for tester balms
paste for sale ($15)
and cotton balls
hamsas ($30 big, $20 little)
business cards and their bowl
postcards of henna bellies
Something to make multiple layers – cardboard boxes, tins
crib side panel for hamsas?
frame for hamsa sign
the actual hamsa sign
signs for – balms, cones, henna powder, charms, and pricing
jars. yikes, forgot about those.
tie the charms on their clips, bring hooks to hang them. five charms.
to do (considering that i will be at a birth tomorrow that’s likely to take all weekend, i dont actually have a lot of time left)
ask my mom about chairs, and pick them up from her place.
split up a couple bags of henna into more smaller 25 gram packages. sticker on these packages.
finish banner (i crazy-glued my fingers together so many times)
sticker 3 bags of 100 grams henna
possibly make some more henna kits.
put together the henna patterns books.
locate and wash the tray.
print all the sheets – aftercare, instructions for kits, file them.
paint and ‘henna’ the card bowl
write, print and make all the signs – balms, cones, powder, kits, hamsas
tie the rings to the charms, locate those ikea hooks
holy shit this is a lot. for such a tiny thing!
scared of running this first one alone.