As I had begun to share in my last post, the Tattered House coordinated this event, and they did a phenomenal job. The morning began slowly with a kick off time of 8:00 a.m. (it was Sunday after all) and things really picked up speed by 9:30 or so. So many shoppers, nice people and blog readers!!! When our booth wasn't filled with shoppers, the other Tracey and I took turns walking around through the other booths, meeting people and shopping. Oh, the display ideas we saw!
Clinton and Becky had a booth space right in front of the Tattered House. They have a room at the Tattered House and their taste and style were absolutely amazing. She's an artist, and he is a natural born design guru...and on top of that, they were the nicest folks anyone ever met!
Linda from La Maison Rustique was there, with her hubbs and her sweet, sweet lil' egg shaped trailer, which was part of her booth. (Talk about a fabulous idea!!!!)
The trailer filled about half of her booth, and she had wonderful items set up outside as well.
Jacque's booth was mainly rusted garden items and salvage. Her sweetie was there helping also, and they certainly have great style.Oh! The wonderful things she had in there....carts, trays, old gates...and spectacular old treasures for inside the home too. (The other Tracey got a vintage typewriter exactly like mine!)
Um...just a couple shots of some details in Clinton and Becky's room in the Tattered House.... (I told you they were talented!)
If you're ever anywhere near Roseville California, you have simply got to stop by. Erica and Sandy completely reaarange the fabulous shop every week!
Our booth space looked like a sad, picked over yard sale by the end of the Market (and that's a very good thing!!!) and we headed for home, so happy we both felt we might explode from the overwhelming feeling of contentment and satisfaction...from bliss.