|Me and my sister's (Kathleen) booth - Cream Cottage Chic|
|Cute displays in our booth. I made the pink fence (yes I am handy with a hammer).|
|Cute products - my sister's lovely painted mason jars, tins, and clothes pins, herb markers, bags, and fresh flowers in our booth.|
|Cute products - Tissue Pouches, Lavender Pouches, Pin Cushions|
|Our infamous "Water Station". Apparently, we were known for our free water.|
|Cute display of fresh flowers|
|Kathleen's lovely painted tin cans and my vintage honey cup plants.|
Me and my sister Kathleen worked really hard on designing our booth this time around. It took us six hours to set up, but it was well worth the time and effort. We really felt it was cute, pretty, and girly. I sewed the banner with vintage and Japanese fabrics. All of the display pieces (desk, bookcase, wire rack, etc.) are from my craft and guest room, so you can understand why it took me a week and half to put it all back! Overall, we had soooo much fun and met a lot of wonderful people.
I can't get over how nice all of the vendors were and the gals who run the show - Christy and Rita. They're support and camaraderie definitely makes the event lovely and fun! Here are some of the lovely vendors at the show:
|Entrance to The Vintage Marketplace|
|My dear friend Earth Cookie featuring Jessica|
|My lovely neighbor Liz @ My Little French Boutique|
|The Shabby Chateau, Le Petit Boudoir, Moras, Junque Yard Dolls|
|Pretty springtime displays|
The next show is June 6th-8th at "The Oaks" in Fallbrook, CA. You can find more information here or you can follow on the gals Facebook page here. Hope to see you there!!