Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Hydrangea Festival

We were invited to be apart of the Hydrangea Festival in Douglasville , Ga. by Suzanne Huff. She is a wonderfully talented artist, who happens to be on the planning committee of the festival, and takes part regularly in our workshops at Refind. Hope and I knew we could not pass up such a great opportunity. We were busy bees for several weeks. All the work was soooo worth it. We had a great time and sold lots of jewelry and other goodies! Here are some pics. (Especially for you Dear Jane)

There's that fleur de lapin again. Oh, and some of our vitage junque jewelry and charms. I just love dress forms!!!!!!

Here I am minding the booth, and trying to keep everything from blowing away.
The day started out cloudy and very windy, but ended beautifully with sunshine and blue skies with puffy white clouds. I can't believe that table cloth was crooked the whole time. OMG.
Mr. Romantic made this very chic bird cage. No takers though. :(
Pretty Paris tee and more charms and junque jewlry! Ooh la la

Crown pillows.
Basket of cones and party favor cups, along with some collage canvases.

Mr. Romantic helped us set up and tear down our space and stayed the whole day, not to mention getting lunch and keeping us supplied with drinks. It was a true family affair. Does life get any better?


3 comments:

mstrhnd316 said...

Oh sooo charming!!!! HA...everything is sooo amazing my friend...great team work...love the bird cage and crown pillows...and of course dear jane loves loves loves your dress form and fleur de lapin...every time I see it...I see your sweet bunnies face... Ha... love you...dear jane...

Joan said...

Very pretty displays and really cool stuff. I hope you had a great show. being an antiques dealer I know how much work this is. I love dress forms, too. Happy weekend.

Counting Your Blessings said...

The birdcage is wonderful and I love your dressform! Vintage lovely!!

Thank you for your kind words last week when I was falling to bits. I feeling a little less like a jigsaw puzzle this week. Having friends who understand is so helpful. Thanks for being there!

Blessings.. Polly