Early Saturday morning, December 4th, Michaela and I headed out to Wake Forest to take part in a special HolidayMarket. There would be crafts and foods for sale. I had packed up all of my dolls, brooches, ornaments and farm charms to sell. Oh, and some gift tags that I’d made at the last minute!
Michaela snapped this picture of the trees flying by.
The sky was such a beautiful mix of colors! Who knew that the sky would be pouring down snow by the end of the day! Okay, well there were flurries predicted, but we ended up getting a beautiful snow that started just as the market was wrapping up.
Michaela sat with us for only awhile, and then she made friends with some of the other kids running around and she had a great time!
The gift tags were a success! I will have to keep them on hand all the time now! Not just holiday tags, but Victorian and vintage tags for all occasions!
The blue bird trinket holder sold to a sweet little girl who visits our table regularly.
Of course my mom’s dolls were a hit with young and old! There’s a doll collector or two who like to see her latest dolls. And the little girls love them!
I like how this little doll peeks out from under a pretty bonnet.
A little tree held my ornaments.
There were so many other things there, besides what we had! Food, oh my! Lots of sweets, brunswick stew, and plenty of fresh greens and cabbage, fresh eggs, etc. There was pottery, lambs’ wool and handknit items, homemade soaps and lotions. I want to share some of these vendors’ items with you soon.
For now, I’m working on crafting for the last show before Christmas, so I must run!