Saturday, 22 November 2008

A Day to Remember! ;-)








What a day to remember!
Everyone was so lovely!
Thank you to my wonderful Mr Snippets for being there for me..he was a star.
Sometimes you just have to give your tongue a rest (in my case that is quite difficult!) and let the photos do the talking! ;-)
(And anyway, Hen has said it all on hers!!

21 comments:

carolyn said...

Thanks so much for posting all these wonderful pictures for those of us who were unable to attend. I'm guessing you had a great time.

the flour loft said...

So lovely to meet you and Mr snippets today Sal. It was fun wasn't it?! well done for posting tonight.... i shall direct folk over to yours and Hens blogs for an update on the day.
Have a lovely Sunday.
with love
Ginny xx

Leisa said...

It looks like you have all had the most wonderful day. Thank you for sharing it with us!

Lace hearts said...

Lovely photos - I hope it was a huge success. I'm sure it was.

Things Hand Made said...

It was lovely to meet you and such a nice day. You were quick off the mark updating, mine will be a little tardy!

Josie-Mary said...

Looks like you had a great day, hope you do it again next year ...may be I can make it. Who did the hat stall??? :)

ethel and edna's tearoom said...

Wow!! Wish I'd lived closer. Would definitely have come. It looked a great fair - hope you did well. xx

Cowboys and Custard said...

Hello Sal.. well done for being one of the first out of the blocks this morning!
It was so good to see you and Mr Snippets again.. and to hear your friendly banter..Please thank Mr S for all his help..
Thanks my friend for being a huge support and part of this lovely day!
GREAT photos too!

Michele xx

Mr Snippets said...

A lovely day amongst lovely people
I am glad that it was the success it was,
especially for Michelle and Jayne ( I was relieved to see that the cyanide capsules and Luger pistols were put away soon after "open-doors" lol! )
It was a delight to meet not only the stall holders present but all the visitors and bloggers too
Finally I must say that it was a well balanced display of diverse crafts of such high standard
Could have done with a man creche though lol!

Sea Angels said...

Superb photo's Sal you put me to shame....wasn't it fun
Hugs Lynn xx

April said...

Sounds like a good day was had by all

April xx

Kitty said...

If I lived nearer I'd have been there to meet you all - looks like a fabulous time. Well done for getting the pictures. x

Vintage to Victorian said...

Hi Sal

Super to meet you and Mr Snippets. Shall look forward to the next one!!

Great photos. Haven't got round to uploading mine yet as I've been at DH all day. Maybe tomorrow!

Sue x

galant said...

I have obviously missed something as I've not been looking in regularly (been away, and pressure of work ... says she, who is retired, but women never retire, do they?) I would've come along to wherever you held this sale (at home? Village hall?) But hope you had a great time!
Margaret Powling

galant said...

Just a PS to my previous comment. I see your first photo is of HATS. It might therefore interest you to know that I've a feature on the history of hatting in the forthcoming Jan issue of Ancestors magazine. It has a totally different history from millinery (and that will be featured later in the year.)
Margaret Powling

This Vintage Life... said...

It all looks fab...hope you remembered to enjoy it!
Deb x

Sal said...

Josie..Hesta did the hats...
http://www.green-glamour.co.uk/

Thank you Margaret..hope Hesta sees your message! ;-)

Bobbie Lynn said...

Neat!

Carol said...

It was lovely to finally meet you both on Saturday.
We really enjoyed the whole day.
Your stall looked fab.
Cxx

julia said...

It was so lovely to meet you and your fab (and v. funny) hubby.
Wasn't it a great day, can't wait until next time!
Julia xx

Rosie said...

It looks like a wonderful day - what a fabulous array of talent:)