Saturday the first day of the art and craft fair was blessed with
cooler temperatures. The day before we had 95 degree temps while these poor crafters
had to set up.
They must really love what they do.... that’s all I can say.
One of the first booths I came to was a photographer
called ABC Photo
You can find her website
We’ve all seen these framed but I like their take on it
and has a more casual look.
If I had horses I would want the two on the far right.
Ok even without having any horse.
This is also one of the most interesting booths that is here every year.
Using old driftwood and found parts he puts his skills to work to create some
pretty interesting creatures.
Friends of ours have one of these fish in their bathroom.
I’m not into fish but I think this guy would make a great addition to a garden fence.
Though he might frighten people at night.
Doesn’t it remind you of the tree people in Lord of the Rings?
Lots more photos so I’ll keep the chatting down and let you enjoy.
Noticed the no photos too late. Opps
Just love the way the light plays off the glass.
I thought of Evi when I saw this quilt. She just loves red and white and does
such a beautiful job decorating her house with it.
What do you think Evi would you buy this?
I loved these succulent gardens and took lots of pics so
I’ll save those for the next post.
Tassels made from salt and pepper shakers. Wouldn’t they be great using old tarnished silver ones.
I tried looking for a mostly white one
This was the closest I found.
I thought it was a sheep but on better inspection I think it’s a ram.
See the curly cue around the ears.
If you like their tassels
click HERE and see their other showtimes.
Pretty in Blue!
I bought something from this vendor.
Her business is called PJ Beads and turns out she from Old Saybrook.
Said it right there on her sign…..but I didn’t notice until I looked at my photos later.
It was 5pm and time for the vendors to pack up for the day,
back for another day of selling on Sunday.
In the background the old school turned Town Hall.
Such a picturesque old building.
Walking back to the car admiring some of the shops along Main street.
Esty’s lamp repair shop has been a landmark in town since 1971.
When I first went by Azul’s clothing shop I saw someone admiring this bag.
I wanted to take a better look the next time around.
I don’t usually like leather bags but I really like this white one.
Just incase you were wondering what to get me for my birthday:) just kidding
Hopefully you enjoyed the fair…….
be back to show you what I bought and more plants.