So down the hill we went...
It was only about a 20 minute ride and that is just because you are stopped along the way. So...short, sweet and the bucket didn't crash to the ground. A good day all around.
I have been here before, probably 4 or 5 years ago.
Really good show, lots to choose from. If I had been in a car, I would have taken home a few furniture pieces, but we're on a plane so that is out of the question.
From industrial to homemade.
Saturday morning being the largest of course. I always want to be the first one in the building. To do that at this show, you would have to get in line at least 2 hours before opening (we waiting 1 hour and 15).
Boy, that brings back some memories...I was lucky enough to go to a high school that was right across from the roller rink so we could choose to take roller skating for PE, how sweet is that? Best PE EVER.
Lisa Souers booth - she always has great stuff in Spokane (more than her great jewelry) since she is from Washington. There were so many people in her booth though, that this was as good of a shot as I could get. You are just going to have to imagine the rest!
The Rusty Clover is owned by Katy Halligan. I know Katy since she also sells at the Remnants of the Past Show, which used to be local to me. I always seem to find something in Katy's booth - even if it is just inspiration from her beautiful displays.
These are the lockers I posted on Instagram during the show - seems that everyone loved them! No, they did not come home with me, but I wish they would have. The color of cream and green was perfect.
A chandelier made for pressed glass punch cups.
Mostly little things since I went to the show in an airplane. I love the part when you come home and unpack the stuff you bought and realize how much you still like it!
A little striped suitcase with a great handle.
More little black leather books to add to my collection.
I am always on the hunt for large group photos - only found a couple in the whole show - no frame on this one (boo), but at least it is a really nice photo...love when they are really close to the camera and in this one they are holding a school banner.
I think it's going in the hallway.
I brought home a few thing to do a give away on the blog today. First is a pack of ephemera that includes 5 or 6 sheets of vintage wallpaper, vintage handwritten receipts, and a tiny tin type in a pretty frame. I also picked up Farm Chicks pencils and a Farm Chicks flair button.
She loves her family
She's farmgirl meets 5th avenue
She laughs a lot
And with her little pencil she will change the world
She's a girl who sees the world through rose colored glasses
If you would like to with this Farm Chick prize pack, just leave a comment on today's post and I will pick a winner on Friday, June 13. Good luck to all!