Sunday, November 13, 2016

The Day After ~




From Our Hands & Hearts is now just a great memory.  Fun to spend two days with friends Bobbie and Melissa selling our goods and finding treasures to bring home.  So many wonderful vendors.  If money was no object . . . sigh . . . I'd need to rent a truck to bring it all home :)
 
The artwork of Lori Brechlin greeted you as you walked in the door.


Our booth ~


Lori Ann Corelis ~ The Spotted Hare


How could you not fall in love with this face?


Rebekah L. Smith ~ Folk Artist


I LOVED this box.  An eagle from an antique coverlet.  Thankfully it sold quickly :)


C. Yenke Co.


Shooner American Redware


Christine Miller ~ Antiques and Folk Are (Rebekah's talented mother)


Kelsey A. Smith (Rebekah's talented daughter)


Lori Brechlin ~ Notforgotten Farm

 
Dean Hicks Antiques


Marta Urban

 
Oh my goodness.  There are so many booths that I did not take a picture of :(  Stacy Nash had the booth next to us.  She had a beautiful display and was just sweet as can be.  Melissa, Bobbie and I purchased many things from Antiques on the Ridge and you guessed it ~ no picture. 
 
I will share a few of my new/old treasures in my next post.
 
Thanks so much for stopping by.
Pug hugs :)
Lauren
 
 

17 comments:

WoolenSails said...

Wish I lived closer, it looks like a wonderful show and your booth is wonderful.

Debbie

Patti said...

Thanks so much for sharing! Wish I could have been there!
Blessings, Patti

Dirt Road Primitives said...

It was another wonderful show, I agree.....it was wonderful as well finally getting to meet you....such a lovely person, and your artwork is amazing.....your display with the other gals was just beautiful......

denise said...

sounds like a wonderful show! would love to go.

Julie - My Primitive Heart said...

Hi Lauren,
Your table looked wonderful, as did all the other ones you shared!! How I wish I could have been there!!! So happy you did well and also got some new treasures!!!
Enjoy your week!!
Heart Hugs~
Julie

Darlene said...

Oh thanks so much for sharing all these photos... so wonderful! I 'm sure you had a marvelous time.

Jacqueline said...

Loved seeing all the vendor displays. THanks

Saundra said...

So glad I wasn't exposed to all that beautiful temptation, I'd be in debtor's prison now.

Gayle said...

Absolutely incredible! What a treat it would be to attend this event! Thanks for the pictures!

Farm Girl said...

What an incredible show that must have been. You were next to Stacy Nash? What a treat. I can't wait to see what you did bring home with you. Everything is just lovely.

acorn hollow said...

I wish I could attend it looks wonderful!
You didn't say how you did with sales though I hope great.
Cathy

Angela Tucker said...

Oh, all the booths are so lovely. I agree, I would need a truck to take home my treasures, too. LOL

Barbara Shores ~ Village Folk Art said...

These displays are all so wonderful. Way too much for me to digest. Fortunately, in a sad way, I lived too far to be able to attend. Can't wait to see what finds and treasures you brought back.

As always, Peace,
Barb

moosecraft said...

Looks like an awesome show! One day I'll be able to get out there for it.... one day... :-)

Primitive Stars said...

Morning Lauren, oh my, what wonderful booths and yours looks great. Sure would have loved to go to that show but cannot.Hugs Francine.

Jennie in GA said...

Soo much incredible talent and great finds in one place. And your talent is right up there. Congrats on being a part of it. And I can't wait to see what came home with you.

woolwoman said...

Oh WOW - some favorites in that list of prim celebrities! how cool to be next to Stacy Nash. I am lucky enough to have one tiny piece of LoriAnn's - it's precious. hope you had success as well as fun! cheers Mel