Sunday, February 12, 2012

Wonderful show..

Whew! We're back from an awesome show in VA. Donna Smith really knows how to get the best dealers together and put on a great event. THANK YOU DONNA!!!!
I know it's no fun to not have pictures, but first of all, I forgot to take the camera...second, the lighting in that building is terrible and makes everything look greenish...third, I guess I really don't have a good excuse. LOL
Maybe you need to visit our other shows to get a first-hand look at the amazing wares that are offered....LOL
Giles and I really want to THANK ALL who visited, purchased or just chatted with us. It's always nice to put a face with a name and really special to see our faithful, regular customers/friends! YOU ARE THE BEST!
Our vendor-friends are so special to us... First, when we drove up to VA. to get ready for the show, we took a little side trip to a really neat primitive shop...Robin's MILLSTONE MERCANTILE is wonderful... So many great prims and the smell of potpourri, soaps and candles greets you as soon as you walk in the door. Well, that and Robin's sweet smile... You must visit her soon!
Next, thanks to Linda Miller for her part in putting on the show and for the gift of one of her YUMMY candles.
Then, on to Lori Brechlin's gift of a sweet 'heart' necklace she had made. Thanks Lori.
I was happy to get a chance to purchase another of Tina's dolls (Burlap Owl).
Sure wish you all could have been there...Maybe next time. Be sure to check out our list (in the side bar) of shows/events yet to come...We'd love to see you! BLESSINGS...


Angela said...

Good morning Barbara, Glad you had a great time and a good show. I am so ready to go to some good shows. Am heading out on Wednesday to some prim shops in and around Piegon Forge, Tn. Went back and visited Spoon Sisters this weekend. I saw 2 large log cabins and several small ones. I bet they were yours. So pretty. Have a great day.

ctlogcabin said...

Barbara, sounds like a Wonderful show ... would love to be able to attend maybe next year.
Hugs ~ Connie xox

Holly Hills Primitives said...

Hi Barbara. Not sure if you remember me, but we met in Springfield, Ohio. My friend and I LOVED your booth - the best at the show. Just wondered if you have a few of Giles' soap dishes left. I'd love to order some to sell in my shop - if that's possible. Sure hope we can catch up with you at one show or another this year! Thanks, Dawn