About the ShowI mentioned before that the Remnants of the Past show recently moved from it's barn location to the Madonna Inn Events Center. Even though we missed the beauty of the barn, the show vendors really outdid themselves making up for it. Many, many new vendors at the show (about 115 total)...some I recognized from Farm Chicks back in June, like Ormalulu and Fun Junk.
A Beautiful Mess was the first booth.
The sad thing is that I look at this picture and think..what's that in the background? Oh, and I missed seeing that too. crud.
Look at the faux ceiling they created inside the building. And the chandelier that looks like an umbrella is really metal (my guess...upcycled farm equipment).
A show stopper booth, Ormalulu...seriously, an artistic installation rather than a booth.
This huge silver punch bowl was beautiful.
A little sailing ship made from vintage music.
Glass Domes were everywhere...really in almost every booth.Bothers of Industry.
And this one from Rust to Rhinestones was a wonderful mix of metal and wood.
Before we left the building I ran into friends Linda, Eloise and her daughter that I met (would you believe) in line at the Farm Chicks show in Spokane. Small world!
|me and linda|
On to the outdoor inspiration!
We walked by this booth and when we came back all the chairs at the table were sold. So much to see here from baskets to metal urns. So many booths were using tiny succulents for display.
The Waiting Room
The ever lovely Amy Hanna had a booth at the show. I just had to stop and visit for a few minutes with her and Pam Garrison who had come to help.
The great part is, she is really as nice in person as she appears here.
lots of really great tote bags throughout the show.
the velvet pumpkins...okay I could use 30 of those too.
chalk letters...no words needed.