There are 40+ vendors there who all bring out their top notch skills in the form of their booth display, handmade creations, and antique finds. Here’s a little sampling. I forgot my camera the first day (woe!) but by the end of the second day I was able to sneak out and grab a few photos. I regret I did not write down all the names of the booth spaces and lovely people I met, so if you know who is who please do comment and let me know so I can point to blogs/shops/facebook pages
This is a pic heavy post! Click on the images for a larger version.
These examples of creative doll art are by Lisa Loria. She also makes amazing signs from architectural/metal finds and has great vintage grab bags of craft supplies.
Yummy vintage linens and antique finds.
Handmade clothing created from vintage doilies, textiles, linens, and scarves by Dragonfly Dreams.
Beautiful vintage wedding items. This seller also has fun trays of vintage findings, jewelry bits, and smalls to dig through.
A lovely display at one of the booths
Vintage camera display.
Vintage Bliss came from out of state with her fun vintage trailer, complete with PINK kitchen!
Another couple little shots of our set up. We brought vintage items, vintage clothing, vintage sewing patterns and supplies, and Wearing History patterns.
Unfortunately I didn’t get to snag any photos of many of the booths, including that of our lovely neighbor, Janis of Graceabounding jewelry who hand stamps inspiring scriptures into her jewelry and uses lovely vintage findings. I do have the rest of my photos up here on facebook, so make sure you go check those out for more photos of other lovely vendors and products that were featured.
We’re thrilled to be back at the next show, September 7th and 8th. Mark your calenders!