Sunday, November 28, 2010

Market wrap-up

The day began...rainy and overcast, but still fun enough to get out of bed at a ridiculous hour! The drive up to Daylesford was uneventful, except for a bad coffee choice around the corner from home (should have made my own) and this van full of....goats? Is this even legal? The white heart shape in the bottom right hand corner of the back window is a....BUM! A goat's bum, thank you very much. Weird!

So myself and my partners- in- crime were put in the corner...or as we liked to call it, the
 'back of the bus!"

I managed shots of Cam's stall;

her spunky fabric- drawn, coloured, printed and folded by her! (Well, ok, not printed, but near enough, lets just say 'birthed' by her)


My editing has deleted my shot of Tinniegirl's stall, and if I didn't want to bash the computer, I'd start all over again; instead, see a better photo here. There is also a better photo of my stall there; this is my best shot. Popular were my vintage skirt and zip purses.

The best bits were the b'day pressie and the swapping!

And of course the Lark warehouse sale!

Tonight I did a bit of re-decorating...3 hooks were already there when I moved in, I just needed to right art (sounds very upper class of me, doesn't it?) I'm glad I waited. The colours go well, and they all mean something special. The middle one was done last year for my birthday, and the other 2 are this year's card and print of my favourite painting. Thanks, Cathy!

And remember these bags? I feel so lucky to be using the one the left (butterfly) one, as it was swapped and has come to be my new bag! Not that the one on the right wasn't perfect, too....but the green I love. To you crazy people who didn't buy it yesterday- mwah mwah mwah, it's awesome!


CurlyPops said...

Yep! You made me chuckle. Hey Nemo looks fabbo on the wall.

Gillian R said...

Looks like heaps of fun! A road trip isn't a road trip without at least one dodgey thing happening, you know!

Cathy {tinniegirl} said...

The art looks great hanging there. I've got an idea for that middle painting, a little finishing touch that I'd like to add. You might have to lend it to me for a little while.

Thanks for a fun day out. The 'back of the bus' was definitely the place to be.

Sue said...

Oh what a site for you to see on your way to Daylesford. I think things like that always happen out in the countryside! Your stall looks great and I love the pics. Isnt it nice to have a new bag. I like both of those colors too.

Ashleigh said...

Sounds like a great day, wish I was down that way to wander around, thanks for the pics I love looking at market photos.