I am sure you were beginning to wonder about when I would let you see some of my pictures of this weekends Event...
Well, Today is the day!
We were all so....busy with last minute setup...
Then the Event itself...
That I was unable to get a post in before the show!
I am thrilled to tell you...
We broke all attendance records we had even thought to set...
Before noon on Friday!
At last count, we had over 1800 people come to shop the Flea Market!
Some from as far away as Canada!
Many more from Kentucky,
My dear blog buddy Sandi @ Wayside Treasures came to see us from Michigan!
With the additional vendors inside...
We were able to have 22 of the most Amazing Merchants and Artisans!
A few from the world of Blogg are:
|Amber and her "shopgals"|
|Carrie and Doug with Hothouse Market!|
|Jackie with Shambora Studios|
|Rebecca Ersfeld And her daughter Jodie|
Rebecca And Jodie Stayed with us so we were able to spend the evenings of the event with them as well as our usual "after party" at my new dining table in our soon to be dining room!
(I will share some pics of my flea market purchase with you soon!)
We also got to meet:
|Nikki from Vintage farmhouse|
|Angela with Unexpected elegance|
As well as many others from all across the state of Indiana!
I will share some more of our wonderful vendors soon!
I thought I would show you around my space!
My daughter April came from Texas to run things for me!
She did so all by herself on Friday
And was joined by my son's girlfriend Amanda on Saturday!
This allowed me to run around and do ...Well, whatever it is that I do to make this event run as smoothly as possible so that the Horton's can take care of everything they have to do...which is alot!
|that's me on the left!|
We decided to do a Pastel French Studio Theme this year...
so we planted in buckets...
and really played off of the "Atelier" theme
I really had a wonderful time playing around in my real studio at home getting ready for the event!
even my outdoor signage was paint related!
Once the girls were settled...
Karen Kay and I did some shopping...and picture taking!
Speaking of pictures...Our precious French mimes were a huge hit
As was this photo booth we made from old doors!
I saw people in it all day on both days!
Some of them were quite silly!
We were serenaded by a wonderful young musician!
And truly enjoyed the whole experience!
I will be back with more after I get some rest...But I hope you enjoyed your tour thus far!
Until next time!