My first stop was to meet Nancy of Sassy Trash where I bought my first item, one of her lovely metal and pearl crosses that I now have hanging in my office window. For some reason my picture of Nancy's booth did not turn out, but be sure to visit her blog and get the whole rundown. Her interesting and creative metal work is a study in itself. Nancy is not only talented, but just a friendly and personable as she is in her blog. I was so glad to finally meet her. We will both be exhibiting at Country Living Fair in Atlanta, Oct. 21-23. Her booth was great; my favorite of the show.
Donna Grainger of Bessie Mae's had wonderful antiques and gorgeous linen covered chairs she had apholstered. She is a very talented lady and so very nice to visit with.
I adored the vintage truck and trailer. He was just setting up, so I didn't see what he had.
I really enjoyed the numerous landscape designs set up around the show.
sugar cane sack had Cuba stamped in the back. Most of the younger generation could never relate to all of our sugar coming from Cuba years ago.
It was so nice to see original artwork at the show. As an artist myself, it is always a pleasure to me, to have the opportunity to view other work.
I do hope Bella Rustica returns next year. I would love to exhibit there, and can only give good kudos to the organizers of the show.