Sunday, 2 May 2010

Just a normal Saturday!! ;-)

Another fine day was had by all, at the Vintage and Handmade Fair, yesterday!
And you can guess whose camera batteries ran out as I had snapped so much the day before , on our journey up to Gloucestershire!!
More about that soon!

Neverthless , here are a few snippets!

It was wonderful to meet so many bloggers who had made the journey as 'customers'.
Clare (of Summer Fete blog fame) with her lovely hubby.
Lisa (Lissy Lou blog) and her lovely other half.
Julia (Midsummer Stitches blog) and her lovely mum and daughter!
Victoria and Kelly...all the way from Essex...I think we all know these two wonderful, bloggy, Essex gals!
Joe (Josie Mary blog ) and her friends from Exeter.
And many more!
A huge huge thanks to Jayne, Michele and the 'tea ladies and gents' for their massive efforts!
Events like this don't just happen!
So thank you so much!
Huh, the week is going to be a little mundane now that that's over and done with!
Or is it?!!!!


KC'sCourt! said...

I wish I was there! I had to work yesterday morning. Never mind I will make it one day! Lots of goodies I would have to have seen them and met everyone
Julie xxxxx

silverpebble said...

Oh how I wish I'd been there - it looks so wonderful. I think I would have spent a little too much on all those treasures though!!

galant said...

What a lovely Fair and I hope you sold lots of your lovely things!
Margaret P

Country Cottage Chic said...

It was a lovely day as always & it was fabulous to have you there again....Michele & I can have a quick breather before starting work on the next one!

Thanks again for my choccy box!


Midsummer Stitches said...

Hi Sal
it was a great day, lovely to see you and chat!

winnibriggs said...

What a great time you all had. Wish I could have been there, but a bit too far and I dont drive myself or that would not have put me off. Spotted some fab things in the pictures, One day !!

summerfete said...

Hi Sal
it was so great to finally meet you!
And such a superb fair. Your photos are brilliant.

Glad you enjoyed the day and maybe we shall meet up again another time!

Well done
love Clare xx

Cowboys and Custard said...

Thank you for the great photo Sal.. lovely to see a good photo of my stall rather than the blurry results I managed!
Lovely to have you and Mr Snippets as neighbours again.. and Mr Custard got on famously.. just hope he didn't disgrace himself!!!
Thank you for all your support and great input at the fair.. and for keeping me fed and watered all day!
Michele xx

BizzyDays said...

As far as I can tell, you're the first to put your photos up! :)
So a big thankyou from those of us who can't make it to the fair :0)It's lovely to be able to see it 'second hand' on your blog..The wonders of technology eh?..
That makes me sound old doesn't it! LOL..
Enjoy your bank holiday..
Donna x

BusyLizzie said...

Good to see you there Sal.. hope you have a lovely "rest of the weekend". xx

THIS'N'THAT said...

Hi Sal, Great pics. ... mine didn't all work out. Your table llooked great as usual, especially that May day fabric you'd used to make the little pencil cases. A special thank you to Mr Snippets for encouraging Mr Fixit to embark upon a career as a co-stall holder!
Lesley X

Donna said...

Wasn't it a lovely day Sal? So nice to see you and your beautiful bright and colourful stall. I hope you had a great day xxx

Kelly said...

Such a lovely day! Great to see you xx

Simone said...

It all looks so wonderful. Thank you for sharing glimpses of the day!

Josie-Mary said...

It was a lovely day Sal, while worth the journey, this year I got back early! It was lovely to see everyone again & meeting new friends...chatting saved me spending!
Thanks for the lovely picture of Michele's table, none of mine came out :(
I really don't think it's over for you just yet so don't relax!!!! Exeter here you come :) x

Menopausal musing said...

Looks like it was another roaring success. I have enjoyed it by "proxy" this time...


Anonymous said...

Hi Sal!

It was a lovely fair and good to meet you! I adore the fabric which I bought from you.
If I have a criticism, I did think that one or two of the stalls were like Victorian museum displays though, and the prices a tad high!!
Just an observation!
Having said that, it was such a well organised fair.I live in the area and I try to get to as many vintage/antique events as I can and this one was by far and away the most enjoyable to date.
Well done to the organisers.

Chris x

A Time to Dance said...

Did you spend a fortune Sal? It looks wonderful wish I could have gone...but tooooo busy...Sorry I havent been to visit for ages, I have been snowed under with work and havent had anything exciting to tell on a post...hope you are well...H (A time to dance...which was cocoa and blankets)

landcuckoo said...

It all looks wonderful Sal, Ihope you had a successful day too. Would have loved to visit but was working on the market myself here but will make it one day!
Take care
Sarah x

Susie's country cottage said...

I would have loved to be able to have gone to this fair. It is getting harder and harder now to find good vintage stuff but this fair seems to have everyting I could wish for.

Nostalgia at the Stone House said...

Love those snippets Sal! Hope you had a good day...
Here's to the next one,
Niki x

Bobo Bun said...

Glad it all went well. Not only is it work, it's a great day out too doing fairs isn't it.

Great photos even if your battery was failing.

Lisa x

LissyLou said...

The fair was wonderful (wish i lived nearer so i could come to everyone) and it was so good to meet you. You and your hubbie are so lovely.


Florence and Mary said...

Was great catching up with you!

Victoria xx