Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Country Living Fair: Part 2

These I definitely want to try. The artist called these memory trees. They are cloth trees glued to all kinds of vintage bases and they had old photos pinned on them. Cute idea.
I loved this couch. This would have been so cool in my studio. She appliqued this vintage fabric all over the back of this sofa, then did a wash of pale blue paint all along the wood. It was $995. Not in the budget.
This vendor had a great display and her jewelry was fantastic. She used old German optometrist pieces and placed old images behind them. Then strung them onto vintage jewelry pieces. Very nice, but she wanted $175 a piece for them. As you can see her table was still full.
Mom and I at the end of our Country Living Day.



Oh girl!!!!
I'm just drooling big timeo ver here--how fantastic was that!? I bet it was just super cool to be there...yummy!
That couch is to die for!!! Love all the wonderful things you showed us.

I hope all is going well with you and your wonderful family.


WW said...

I'm so jealous of you. But, then again, with all your great pictures, I can bet I would have spent a ton of money, so in essence I saved money by living too far away.

Lee said...

Oh, the pictures are FAB! I love the books turned into pumpkins. I have some of the script fabric that's shown on the chair- now I just have to find a chair to put it on!! The couch was to die for!

natalea said...

ohhh! all these photos! I thought of you right away when I saw that CL was going to Atlanta this year! so glad you went- isn't it just incredible! All your photos made me miss it! I loved it last year, and plan on going again...when I have a million bucks to blow!
Happy Halloween..(have fun Shelby!)
xo nat

MommaRu said...

Thank's again, Tammy, for an incredible day! We came away with some great ideas. So much "eye candy" to take in. Loved every special minute of this wonderful day. Love you, too, my precious Girl.....Mom

Cassie Shella said...

Wow! All that inspirational stuff how cool. It looks like you had a great time. If you start making your vintage aprons and selling them - I'll buy one:) Have a Blessed week.

The Charm House said...

I wanted to go so bad.... DAD was in the hospital and I wanted to be with them. Hopefully next year I can! I hope to see you again soon! Yvette

The Charm House said...

By the way.... I need a smock!!!! So glad you are making them now! Let me know how much you charge, I wear a 1X because of the "upper part"!!!