Country Living Fair Fun
Yesterday I had the privilege of meeting up with a group of Atlanta bloggers who also belong to the Hometalk group. We had some serious fun perusing the Country Living Fair and learned a new Rust-Oleum technique for tile transformations.
Here we are excited to experience the fair.
Thank you to Beth at Unskinny Boppy for sharing this picture of the group. The great thing about being part of this group of women is meeting new friends and creating lasting relationships.
It is impossible to show you all of the eye candy at the fair. With that said, there was one vendor that really spoke to me. Her sense of style and creativity showed through in her booth. She took time to make her booth special. Every vignette was a beautiful mix of hand crafted and vintage items.
Who is she?
Pam from Through the Garden Gate.
I fell in love with one of her boiled wool hats.
Thanks to Sheila at PlumDoodles for taking this pic.
And Betsy from Coastal Colors had a great pic
with the girl behind ‘Through The Garden Gate’ – Pam.
Look at the flowers… Beauty!
Here is more eye candy from the fair…
Vintage fans, clocks and cameras.
Super long stockings Santa could fill with lots of goodies – a kids dream.
Creative designs using vintage patterns.
A big thank you to Rust-Oleum, who gave us the opportunity to transform tile with the Rust-Oleum Tile Transformations system.
It was a great day!
Thanks for joining me at The Country Living Fair.
This was so much fun! Your pictures are great! You captured so many wonderful ideas! Betterr check your camera; I think I broke it! 🙂
You are a beauty Betsy, and I love the picture of you! Thank you for driving and I had fun (even on our detour of Stone Mountain). Ha!
It was great meeting up with you again, Angie- the fair was a lot of fun! You took some great pictures!
It was great to see you again too Sheila! I am looking forward to when we can connect again real soon. Thank you for the use of your pic, and your pictures on your blog are great as well. We were inspired by a lot of the same things. 🙂