Friday, October 26, 2012

A Weekend on the Farm...

A  rescue horse resides on the lovely NaDa Farm. One of Anne Marie's daughters and friend were climbing in the tree nearby and picking only the sweetest leaves to feed this lucky creature.

Getting ready for Friday evenings sale. Love my new "Bo Peep" leggings!
What a wonderful experience I had this weekend. So lucky to be picked as one of the vendors who were invited to participate at the NaDa Farm Sale. Anne Marie and Jason are the perfect hosts. Kind and caring...attentive to all of our needs.

It was exciting to set up on Friday. The weather was not the best but the crowd that evening was! Music, champaign, Anne Marie's baked items and the best taffy apple I have ever had. Lovely vignettes throughout the barn.
I love this fabulous table setting. Large urns filled with dried branches. I'm going out tomorrow to find an urn for my dining room!
I also met some of the nicest vendors. Other men and women, like myself, who create and inspire with their work. Beautiful vintage pieces, jewelry, this and that. Ohhhh, I can't forget the barn cats that popped in every once and a while to say "hello".
MEEEEEEEEOOOWW! The barn cats were as cute as can be and kept us company during the two day sale.
On Saturday the rain stopped and the sun came out! I was able to sneak away several times to pick up an old vintage hatbox and a lovely lace top in a muted blush color. It's from one of my favorite stores in DeKalb...Cracker Jax. Could have bought much more and like to support the other vendors.
My space was filled to the brim with fun things. So many people enjoyed looking (and buying) my things.
Here we all are! Please visit the blogs, websites and etsy stores of these talented folks. Hope to see them again in May at the spring sale.
This is Peg Feltes. She is a lover of vintage pins and earrings and repurposes them into some stunning jewelry. Visit her etsy shop here.
Fine Line Antiques had a great setting of fabulous finds. You can say "Hi" and read their blog here.
Amazing things from Laughing Frog Studio. They up-cycle antique silverware and other antiques into handmade jewelry, accessories and home decor. Visit them at their etsy store here.
"Vintage Sister" Nancy and Nikki with Once Upon A Pedestal had custom made pedestal cake stands, cupcake stands and vintage treasures. Visit them on Facebook.
So many choices at Gray Graniteware Farmhouse. You can shop here on their etsy page.
Lis Dunn Designs was my closest neighbor. She and her beautiful daughter were a joy to be around and her creations were simply stunning. You can view more on her facebook page here.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for giving a shout out for my booth!! What a great sale at Na-Da Farm!So many wonderful vendors. Hope to see you in the spring!!