Things are still not back to normal for me but they're getting better. Doing a show of this magnitude is very exhausting for me anyway and I'm trying to recuperate from it all.
I just wanted to share a few more pics from my booth in Warrenton and also share some things I learned from this experience.
I picked this chicken coup up from a vendor when I landed in Warrenton...needless to say everyone wanted to buy it but it wasn't for sale. Actually, it's just an old crate with some hay, feathers and eggs!
These ceramic eggs sold very well...I was able to keep a few for myself.
More eggs and moss on some white dessert plates...
My daughters jazz shoes...I was amazed that these sold right away.
I don't know if you can catch a glimpse of the pom pom garlands that I made...which were a huge hit BTW. They were part of my displays and I ended up selling them at the end. This was not my idea entirely...the ones I saw were made out of coffee filters and they tea stained them. I didn't have filters, so all I did was cut some circles out of old patterns and thread them with twine, and I didn't have to tea stain them either.
I made the birds nest for my displays also and they all sold as well...I guess I was a bird in another life.
Look at the wonderful old column I purchased from Theresa of Garden Antqs Vintage
Anther view of the pom pom garland....
This bird cage broke on me during the trip to Warrenton so I decided to use it on top of the wardrobe. Maybe I will fix it or not...
One of my displays with religious items...
These handmade crosses are gorgeous with the sea glass and shells...I still have some for sale.
A suitcase filled with crosses and candles.... A wonderful smelling candle that I picked up from one of the vendors in my field.
I believe it's called Creme Brulee'....it's heaven and it makes the customers stay a little longer to browse and buy. This candle was so powerful that people could smell it as they walked by my booth.
It's been a pleasure sharing with everyone...hope you enjoyed it!