Or NYIGF for short.
This is about the least crowded you’ll see Grand Central.
It’s peaceful on a Sunday morning……not like it can be on weekends.
We spent a few minutes in the book store as I looked for magazines that I can’t get back home.
George stood around patiently while he really wanted to get a coffee.
We arrived at the show a little early so I went around the reception area and took photos of some of the displays.
They frown upon taking pictures at the show except for that area.
Most vendors will let you after you order from them but I’m usually in a hurry to move on to the next stop.
I was a little less organized this time around and didn’t plan my travels as well so
I did take more pics then last year.
Love Voluspa and K Hall
There is never a lack of color, which if you know me…..is not what I buy
I gasped when I saw these.
They were new to the line.
Aren’t these villages just so much fun in their vintage colors???
I used to buy them in these colors but my customers want the more subtle ones.
Did you see the Christmas issue of Romantic Home? they had some
displayed in a woman’s house. I don’t remember her name.
Here again are more of those bright colors. I love the asian theme of this tree.
I asked if they sold well for them and she admitted that not everywhere.
Mostly San Francisco and New York.
I have a lot more to show you so I thought I’d do a more subtle color post next time.
I have been liking color more these days …..maybe it’s the thoughts of spring and
all the flower catalogs and orders I’m working on
that has me in a color mood.
Don’t worry I still love my