Monday, October 3, 2011

Save the vintage!

 This sign says it all, doesn't it?  CJ Hughes, (Mr. Vintage Junky) hand lettered the most wonderful signs at the show.  This one is a keeper and I'm guessing it ended up at their shop in Franklin.  CJ also designed the awesome posters that commemorated the show.  If you missed out on them at the sale, there are still a few available here .

Martha (center)from Rusty Rake and Patsy (right) from Carter's Creek Station.
 I think the other lady must be a very staisfied customer!

Kellie Montana with her lively art and painted furniture.

This is Diann sporting her "Cowgirl Bloomers".  Cutest handmades and vintage cowgirl boots!
Nancy (center) of Sassytrash and her booth mates, Brenda, left and Sharon, right.

This little gal was such a big help!

This is Jada, one of AGAPE's children enjoying the swinging horse!

Thanks so much to all of our sponsors, individual and corporate, who helped make this event stellar!

 There are no words to thank this guy.  Art is Agape's Director of Development.  His experience and "get down, get dirty, and get 'er done" attitude was truly the backbone of the show.  From mucking the stalls, to hauling hay, to helping the vendors load and unload, to directing traffic, building props and putting up tents, his great attitude accompanied by his unmistakable laugh, was indispensable!  Thank you, friend!

I am so greatful for this opportunity and I cannot begin to thank Tom Burton, Art Woods and Judy Rister enough for believing in me enough to allow Bella Rustica to become an official fundraiser on the Agape calendar.  Seeing this show come together, the incredible people that were involved, and so many new friendships that I pray will be life-long, have all truly been a dream come true.  

1 comment:

  1. It sounds like a wonderful show, I will be sure to be there next year!