We set the tables up the night before; they were very simple, but pretty with lots of white, and lights.
Besides the handmade stuff, I sold some of my vintage Christmas items -- like the angels and caroler statues.
This photo was taken late in the day, after we'd sold quite a bit!
Some friends stopped by, including Jeanelle -- who is looking so fabulous after regaining her health/surviving breast cancer! 'Makes me so happy!
Rebecca did the canvases with deers (this one says, Sparkle), and we painted the stars and our husbands cut and put them together for us!
In the afternoon the sun came through those large windows and it was pretty unbearable for shoppers and sellers alike; so, morning was definitely our best time for sales! We did very well, and I came home feeling much "lighter" of vintage Christmas!
Some of the tags I made...
and, ephemera packs...
Very few tags or ephemera packs sold, though. I may put some in my shop if anyone is interested!
I copied this tag after one I'd received in a swap a couple of years ago; I'm not sure who made it, unfortunately; she signed it on the back, but her name is hard to read.
These pumpkins were the only non-Christmas items I had in the booth! Two of them sold. I think I'm going to keep the ones that didn't!
All but one of my jeweled Christmas trees sold, and I really enjoyed the conversations I had with shoppers over them; the vintage items sparked many reminiscences!
The tart tin and Jello mold ornaments sold very well, too!
The snowman ornaments are already in my Etsy shop!
If you have a chance, please do me a favor and click on that link -- my shop has been so neglected over the last year that I've lost a lot of ranking and really need some hits!
Best of all -- since these two mischief-makers will prevent me from much Christmas decorating this year -- I was happy that I took a few weeks to get elbow-deep into all of my Christmas things and enjoy all the beauty and fun of them!
We'll see how much I'm able to restrain myself when the holidays roll around!