Below are some pics of what I sold, but first a warning that these are not the best pictures; I only had time to do some iphone shots and I was so busy with customers that I didn't even have time to take any full shots of my booth set up. This is a good problem to have, and next year I know I will be more prepared and will probably hire some help. I unfortunately didn't even have time to really visit any other booths, and believe me, there were incredible vendors everywhere.
No surprise that I sold my second Union Jack, which is proving to be a great seller:
I also finally sold my blue milk paint dresser to a friend of mine who loved it:
If I didn't sell this buffet, I would have kept it; it was so beautiful! But, it was the first piece I sold. A lovely elderly woman bought it and I didn't even mind delivering it. Although it was in good condition when I bought it, a little Annie Sloan chalk paint makes everything better:
I also sold a desk (and a chair that I didn't get a pic of) to an old friend I used to work with. She was looking for a vintage desk and this was a good fit:
I don't have a pic of the glass topped patio table that went with these chairs, but I am in love with the Waverly fabric I chose to recover the chairs:
I knew this child bistro set would sell and it did to a lovely couple that came in a convertible and therefore couldn't buy anything much bigger than it:
...And many more small items I didn't get a picture of. It was great to sell and make money, but even more importantly, I love knowing that these items that I have worked on are going to great homes.