I’m back in the workshop after a wonderful show in Atlanta last weekend. And I am just getting my feet back on the ground enough to load all my pictures tonight. I will share them with you later in the week. But for now…What do you think is next on the menu????
I have emerged, even if just for a few days, from Santa’s Workshop South and am getting organized to take off Wednesday for Atlanta, GA for the 2013 Country Living Magazine Fair in beautiful Stone Mountain Park. The Fair starts this Friday, October 25, and runs through Sunday, the 27th.
I’ve told you before what a fantastic time this is and I do hope that you have been listening. In case you have forgotten, here is a link to an old post that has lots of pictures.
This year I will once again be on Dogwood Trail but in a new location: Booth #D34-36.
And this is what you have been waiting for….a peek at the wreaths I am taking with me.
This is Christmas in the Woods. I gave you a sneak peek at part of him in a recent post. I love his old-fashioned air.
Meet Angel of the Morning. Isn’t she sweet? Just promise me you don’t think of that song (you know, the one that is currently my earworm) because she has nothing to do with that tawdry mess.
For all you happy red people, this is Merry Berry. Chock full of Christmas treats.
Put on your Carmen Miranda hat and have a little Tutti Fruitti in your day.
Happy Memories finally gets to make his appearance for the folks at the Fair.
And this little one is Santa Blue. What a fun ride!
The Little Choirboy gets to visit down South, too.
And so does the lovely Ice Angel.
So, you see, here are 8 reasons why you ought to beat a path to Country Living Fair Atlanta this year.
I will also have my full complement of original Glittermoon cards and photographs with me. The other great thing about this Fair is that I have plenty of room to spread out so I will be bringing some charming vintage treasures to share with you, too (remember I was in the antiques biz for about 10 years). Like the most adorable child’s rocking toy whose sides are painted fox terriers – oh my, I will be sad to see him go. And all sorts of other goodies, too.
Will I see you there? I sure hope so, I will be glad to meet you.
Please Note: I made these wreaths for this show and they will only be available for sale at the show. That being said, however, any that have not been sold by the end of the day on Saturday (the Fair goes through Sunday) I will open up to everyone. So, if you are interested in a particular wreath, please email me and if it has not sold by Saturday evening, I will be in touch. Thanks for your understanding!
This is completely off-subject for Vintage Christmas, but I wanted to share this post from a wonderful blog that I follow. Think happy thoughts and imagine what can happen to … YOU. You may be surprised.
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Have you missed me?
In case you have been wondering where I’ve been since my last post (which seems like forever ago), I have been working my fingers to the bone creating some wonderful new things.
It’s crunch time. I have all these big shows coming up, including the Country Living Magazine Fair in Atlanta (in just 2 weeks!!!??*!!) and I need to have plenty of things to take for your shopping pleasure.
That means I have less time to spend on the blog as well as photographing the new product. So when I get a few more pieces made, I’ll shoot the lot of them and share them with you.
In the meantime, here is a teaser of one of the finished wreaths. It’s named “Christmas in the Woods,” and features this special gentleman.
And thank you!