23 November 2008

A Resounding Success ...

Yesterday's Vintage & Handmade Fair was
a resounding success!
There was a buzz all day and the flow of people
was constant, other than the usual brief lunchtime lull.
All thanks to Michele and Jayne who put
heart and soul into the organisation.
Suffice to say all stallholders and every visitor
I spoke to had a wonderful day. Two ladies said
they normally go to the Country Living Fair but
decided not to this time and came to this
instead and ... IT WAS BETTER. So many customers
asked for the next date.
What more could we wish for!
Photos will follow - there will be plenty
from everyone, I'm sure - but I'm now off
to Dairy House, so there's no time for more
just now.
Here's to the continuation of something
new and exciting in the handmade and
vintage world.

7 comments:

carolyn said...

I've been checking other peoples photographs and now almost feel as if I was there. So good to hear that everyone had such a wonderful time and how successful the day was after so much hard work.

Cowboys and Custard said...

Hi Sue.. It was really good to meet you at long last and so glad you could be part of this event..thanks for all your hard work.
It was fun wasn't it!!
Not long till May...!

Michele xx

Nostalgia at the Stone House said...

Well done Sue - you must be exhausted having gone to DH today as well...look forward to hearing more about the fair.
Take care,
Niki x

Redwoodhouse said...

Hi Sue thanks for the email, it was so nice to meet you on Saturday. I am thrilled with all my goodies and can't wait to use them.
Hope you had a very successful day,
Jan x

OhSoVintage said...

I have just viewed your wonderful stall on Michele's blog, Sue. Wish I could have been there, it all looks brilliant.
Ruth x

Country Cottage Chic said...

It was great having you there Sue & your stall was like a little shop tucked into the corner!
So glad you enjoyed it - the feedback from everyone has been overwhelmingly positive.

Jayne

the homely year said...

So pleased you had a good day...I've seen photos of the fair on people's blogs and it looks really interesting...loads of lovely things.
Margaret and Noreen