This was probably my favorite display of all. Unfortunately, most of the people that came out to this show just didn't get this display. I wish you could have been there to hear some of their comments. I would have to laugh when I'd hear them say things like, I'd never think to do that or why would you want to use those. There were just a handful that said they decorate with wasp's nests. Even the guys seemed intriqued with them. Some didn't comment but the look on their faces was priceless.
Here's another view:
Loved this awning:
My husband's bike also received many comments, some said they had one very similar growing up:
Bed of ivy with ironstone:
Queen Anne's Lace is already in full bloom on the side of the roads, isn't it pretty:
Click here if you want to see more. I have to thank Erlene and Chuck for coming from Lufkin to see us. I loved visiting with them and hearing Chuck's stories, we'll have to do that again really soon, maybe in Louisiana, since I'm now very interested to shop at the places he mentioned, whatya say?
Also, Cathi of Calsidyrose for making a detour to see me as well. Here she is:
You have to check out her blog. She's got such a heart of gold for rescueing animals and she just recently lost a beloved pet. I can relate to her. Go over when you get a chance and leave her a comment.
The next booth belonged to Cindy and her mom Charlotte:
Look at this pretty French iron bed.
These doors were super fabulous. There's Cindy in the background.
Here's a cute iron plant stand:
This was her "music man" as she called him, isn't she too cleaver:
What a pretty mantel she had:
Be sure and check out her website for more inspiration. And, the best news is, if you see what you like, then come and see what she'll have in the Fall because she's going to be a new vendor at Zapp Hall. I'm really excited for her! You know what this means Cindy, you're going to have to go shopping!!
Hope you all had a great weekend and thanks to the customers that came out.