Sunday, September 28, 2014

Southport Wooden Boat Show

Hello everyone~ long time no see (on my part). Hope all has been well with you guys. Im here today to tell you what I did yesterday. In my small town we hold a wooden boat show each year. This was the 6th one, I believe. Its the second time I participated as a vendor. Everything you sell must be nautical in nature. Its a fun day, with about 30 vendors, kids boat making and a little pond they can float them on afterwards, a chowder cookoff, and of course plenty of beautiful handmade wooden boats on display.
I will show you a bit of what I was doing there yesterday. My booth is an ever growing/changing concept for me as I am always striving for that "perfect" display. It can be infuriating at times, but also fun to see how it comes out each time. To any of my new friends that I met at the boat show, welcome to my blog! To all my old faithful friends, glad to see ya~
Now for some photos~
This is me right before the show started. I am pleased with how the set up came out.

I make painted mason jars, and these were the debut of my new Coastal colors...

And these are my Shabby Chic colors... always popular.

Sea Glass necklaces in nautical themes. Oops, there is a bunny in the mix! How did he get in there?

These are some of the wooden boxes, trays, jewelry boxes, treasure boxes that I make. Can you tell Vintage is my thing?

And I have wooden guppies, made from reclaimed hardwoods. And my vintage canvases in 2 sizes.
If you see anything you wood like to purchase, please leave a comment, or contact me thru the email listed on the sidebar.
Many thanks for stopping by...

1 comment:

Gaby Bee said...

Wishing you a warm and wonderful Christmas and an amazing New Year to come.

Gaby xo