When we were in Texas not only did we do our own show in the ghost town...but we went to the country living magazine fair in Austin. It was only 6 miles from our show so many shoppers enjoyed both.
Here are a few pics of some of the things we found interesting.
Stash Style...this gal had some really cute OOAK clothing pieces. Sorry the pic is so far away. Her business cards were made like raffle tickets...you could tear them off of the roll. You can find her on Etsy as Stash Style.
Many of you may have already seen this photo on our facebook page. I loved the chandelier made of dollies, but my hubby thought it was creepy.
The consensus on facebook agreed with hubby.
Dang! I hate it when he wins!
This gal above has written two unique cookbooks. Both of them have been recipes she has gathered from food trailers she has visited in Austin and of course, Portland, Or.
Watch for a giveaway of one of her books on here soon!
Of course you know we can't resist these vintage trailers.
Here is one that the vendors used as a changing room. It was soooooo hot in Austin that week. This little trailer had air conditioning. Dixie had to pull me out by my hair cuz I didn't want to leave.
Here's the other side of the booth with the changing trailer. The teepee is made out of vintage lace and linens. Whoda thunk?
Country Living had several staged areas where they showed off some
fancy table top arrangements.
The next couple of pictures are from a booth we thought was decorated awesome! It drew us in with the lights and the colorful poms. If you look closely you will see she used twig garland all over her tent canopy frame.
Here is the same booth just a little closer.
Well that was a little visit into the Country Living magazine fair through our eyes.
Now we have to move on to planning our next show
which is in Puyallup, Washington on June 22 & 23.
Oops almost forgot to mention that we will be at
Farm Chicks on June 2 & 3 too.
Hope you plan on coming if you are in the area!!