|"As if it was meant to be..."|
I had to chuckle...
It was a gorgeous day, and just being there set my heart to flutter. Opening gates and walking into horse territory was a little unnerving, but my fears were soon put to rest when "Hank", a painted horse & sweetheart at 22 hands tall followed me, nudging me with his soft muzzle and getting way into my personal space, if you know what I mean. One of my vendors, Michelle, from http://www.vintagejunky.blogspot.com/, brought her adorable family to check out the venue. This will be her first official barn sale, but I am very confident she will be quite an asset. I came to know Michelle through Three French Hens in Nolensville. If you want a sampling of her flair and good taste, visit her stylish blog. She has quite a knack for merging old and new into a look that is uniquely her own. She'll keep you up on all the great stuff on Etsy, too. (She also sells on Etsy). One of the fun things she does is, after saving a discarded piece of furniture and giving it new life with one of her specialty paint finishes, she gives it a name. Yes! Her creations get a name! How cool is that? So they take on a whole personality. I've known her to name her pieces after friends...what a tribute!
Anywhoo....I will share some pictures of her booths in future posts.
Also joining our list of awesome vendors is Beth from http://oldetymemarketplace.blogspot.com/ . She is our first official out-of-state vendor!!!! I am thrilled that she will bring her super-talented self and grace us with her impressive 20 years of experience and road-show know-how! Here are some peeks at her most recent updates to one of her many booths in North Carolina:
|Love the Tiara!|
http://www.taprootfarm.com/ and check out the beautiful story of how the family came to call this place home.
Thanks for stoping by today. Please stop in again as we continue to post all the reasons you'll want to save the date and join us for this premier event!