Overall, I had a good show. Saturday was moderate, but Sunday was very busy. This is due in part to the heat on Saturday, and the lovely storm that blew through in the afternoon, knocking out the power. Fun, fun, fun. Sunday was cooler, and clear. For those of you who asked, I don't set up outside at Kane. I have a regular spot inside
I'm sorry I don't have more photos. The space I occupy has a wide window, and the sun created a horrible glare. It was very difficult to get a decent shot.
To say that my load was somewhat eclectic,
might be an understatement.
I had shabby, quirky, primitive, you name it.
It all seemed to work, as I didn't have much left at the end. I wish I'd had 100 of these benches. They were the first thing to sell, and every other person who saw them asked if I had more.
My friend Jeanine (Chippy Shabby) stopped by. Head over to her blog. She has a fun photo of the two of us.
Actually, quite a few fellow bloggers, friends, and followers hung out for a while. We're always so busy laughing and talking, we forget to take photos of our silliness. I have to remember next time.
The last few hours of the show looked like this. Lots of last minute sales, and very grateful customers.
Hopefully, I can get better pics next time. I'm planning a giveaway sometime this week. Right now, I'm going to chill a bit.