Tuesday, July 6, 2010
Sunday, July 4, 2010
Marenna's beautiful linens, and white theme looked stunning, see that cushion, that went home with me.
Joannes stall always looks refreshing in its simplicity, showing her products off to perfections, a case of less is more. Her little pendant tags where a hit.joannes stall contact mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
this is my stall, that little black fur coat was my favourite and really wanted to keep it for one day I might be able to fit back into it. Its funny isn't it, I took 3 fur coats, sold two and managed to keep the one I want, more as a decorating item.
donna's stall, isn't this little elephant just lovely, I'm sure that would have sold quick
Fleur had these wonderful feather paisley quilts we sure had a need for these recently, and can you see this wonderful scrapbook, mmmh I thought hard about this one. Oh, can you see that beautiful beaded, lovely shade of blue holder of something, maybe lingerie.
karen clohessy the dollmaker, had all these wonderful bits and peices, now I did succumb to some amazing vintage fabric for a journal from karen.whimsical art by Karla,I am sure these would have been snapped up, do you see all those beautiful old books, I am always getting asked if I will sell my old books, but no no no, they are such treasures and I am not ready to let mine go, so I am sure these would have been popular.
Katherine did a great job on her stall, just loved those black and white vintage patterns on the wall and the open book on Marilyn Monroe, well done Katherine
Marissa had this wonderful collection of leather handbags, in fact a lot of the vintage stalls had lovely collections of gloves, bags, hats etcKims lovely little bibs and bobs, mmmh I do like that painting in the background, I wonder if it sold.
Pam and her lovely husband George had a wonderful display as usual, see the wonderful hat collection and displayed to perfection
Another Mother and daughter team Ruth with her wonderful Kimono's and flamboyant jewellery and her dress designer daughter. It was wonderful to see two young dress designers and I hope they created a lot of interest.
Last but not least the lovely Tea (what a cool name) with her beautiful handmade items that where very popular.
I had intended to add everyone's email address details in case you wished to contact one of the stall holder, but unfortunately I have been literally sitting at this computor for 5 hours and I am a bit over it. Will try to give you a list in the next few days. Thank you for all of you that attended and made it such a wonderful market and we hope you will visit with us again in October.
With our next Market, 15th and 16th October we hope to increase the number of handmade stalls and also have a variety of vintage items for the garden and other garden type stalls on the outside.