As a lifelong resident of Illinois, I've grown accustomed to drastic temperature changes. During the week, we had warm, rainy, humid weather.
The morning of the show, it was overcast, and, damp, with temps in the 30's.
Still, there were lots of smiles, and, jokes about the weather.
As you can see in this next photo, I gave my angel a crown. I also jazzed up the large bottle, and jug.
My friend Traci (One of the Three French Hens) didn't leave my angel on display for very long.
I focused on small, portable items, and, I was grateful for quite a few sales.
Again, I shared a space with my friend Rhonda, who did a great job adding character to this chandelier.
The sun made it's way out towards the end of the show.
Thanks to all my regular customers, and, new ones.
Well, I'm beat.
See ya soon.
Beautiful display!! Love your vintage books wrapped with twine.ReplyDelete
Brr, I can tell by the way people are dressed that is's a chilly day. Your booth looks so inviting.ReplyDelete
Glad it was a hit! I know what you mean about the weather, we've lived in IL for over 10 years. I actually welcomed the cooler temps. Only problem is, we know what's next:) Love those big blingy bottles!ReplyDelete
Boy Rosemary, that is awfully cold. I hope that isn't a sign of the winter to come. Don't want that again. Gorgeous things as always my friend.ReplyDelete
Rosemary your pieces are so beautiful, I am sure you sold out!ReplyDelete
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We're having the same kooky weather here. At least it didn't stop people from attending. Looks like a nice turnout and your booth was gorg!ReplyDelete
Glad you had a good day of sales however I think you always do since your stuff is so darn cute and chippy and darling
I am Not ready for this very cool weather
Wow Rosemary, 33 is cold for Sept. My teeth would have been chattering so hard I wouldn't be able to speak lol.I'm glad you had a great sale in spite of the cold. Everything looks so beautiful, wish I were there.ReplyDelete