Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Festival Favorites

I always see so many things I want

but I can’t buy everything! hahaha!


So here are some things I fell in love with

(but didn’t buy)!

Wedding dresses!


Rope horses!




So much to SEE and so many shoppers!


This lady is Jean and she makes the cutest dolls, all one of a kind!


And I took these photos for Shelia at Note Songs. I’m very sorry for your loss my friend and sending you extra hugs today.


She loves Tilda dolls and so do I!


Aren’t the bright colorful dresses cute?


I’m joining Coastal Charm ,

Brenda at the Cozy Little House

for Tweak it Tuesday and

Make it Pretty Monday

The Home Coming DIY’ers

and Inspire me Tuesday .

I’ve never seen so many pretty handmade things and I guess this was the “things I wanted but didn’t buy post”! What I DID buy is HERE !

The baskets in my banner were there, too.

McIntosh always hosts the best festival ever!

Have you been to a Fall festival where you live?


Cranberry Morning said...

Cute dolls! And I meant to tell you earlier how much I like that new header! Beautiful.

Anonymous said...

what a decision I would have had as well, choices choices, such beautiful dolls, I have never saw rope horses, so cute!

Susie said...

Oh I love those dolls. So many to choose from.That would be the hard part deciding. Those rope ponies..so cute !! xoxo,Susie

Vee said...

Oh I can just see Dawn (The Feathered Nest) getting ahold of one or more of those wedding dresses. I recently purchased one of her lavender sachets made from a bit of wedding gown.

Montanagirl said...

On My, what a fun festival! So many things to see. LOVE those rope horses!!

Anonymous said...

What fun items. I thought of Shelia too when I saw the cute Tilda dolls.

Thanks for sharing all these pretties with us.

TexWisGirl said...

the rope horses are cute!

EG CameraGirl said...

I love the dolls! So creative!

bj said...

How fun to see all the things you fell in love with. I love festivals so much but haven't been to one this year.
Thanks so much for coming over with encouraging words and for re-following. I sure do appreciate it.

Jeanne said...

I just love all the beautiful, colorful handmade treasures. It looks like a very nice fair.

Diane said...

What a great variety of treasures!

Jeannie Marie said...

I haven't been to a fall festival yet. Yours looked so fun! I love those ladies in the tub...so adorable! I wish my bathroom was large enough for one! They really made me laugh!

Christine said...

I wish there was a Fall festival nearby as good as that one! Awesome goodes for sale and I love what you bought! Clearly a lot of talented folk there!
Have a great day!

Kim@Snug Harbor said...

I love those harps and the ladies lounging in the bubble baths - that's a riot!

cucki said...

Aww it's look like a very sweet fair.. I love the dolls so much..
Sending you big hugs x

AnnMarie aka Vintage Junkie aka NaNa said...

I would have loved to have gone to that show...so many cute, handmade, unique things. I used to collect dolls but of course have too many....I would probably have to give in though and buy one of these!

Linda @ A La Carte said...

I am loving those Tilda dolls! I know I could never make one, but I might just try to find one to buy...but maybe not! LOL....I have to keep reminding myself I'm downsizing.


NanaDiana said...

WOW! Can you believe all those cute dolls and stuff? OH MY! I bet you had a ball looking at them all. My heart goes out to Shelia, too- xo Diana

W. Latane Barton said...

Yes, I have been to a couple Fall festivals but yours has mine beat by a long shot. Looks like a ton of fun.

Ivy and Elephants said...

I see so many cute items! Looks like a fun time. I love the food, too!

Curtains in My Tree said...

I liked the wedding dresses
I have one I am going to cut up for satin and beaded heart shaped pillows small one size of a diner plate.
I have yet to cut the first piece LOL
thanks for coming over to my blog I appreciate it
I also love to go to outdoor shows and flea markets, you can tell since I have a 2 story house full of vintage items ,trying to sell a few now and declutter my house

Trace4J said...

You always have the best fun.
And the photos!!
Very cool dolls and I do love the dresses.
Woolie hugs

thepaintedapron.com said...

How much fun, I love stuff like this! the bubble bath dolls are hilarious, I would have brought one home for sure! Love the Raggedy Annie you bought!

Cameron said...

I just love browsing through Arts & Crafts Fairs!
What eye candy at that one!

Musings from Kim K. said...

Those rope horses would have been so fun for Josie's cowgirl party. I love seeing all kinds of inspiration from your browsing. Thank you!

The Polka Dot Closet said...

I love looking at craft fairs. Those ladies in the bathtubs are adorable and the Tilda dolls are wonderful!


Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

Hi Diane! No...I haven't heard of any Festivals here but I think I may go on a search for some. Wow! What a lot of pretty handmade things! My favorite!
big hugs,

Leslie said...

such a wonderful place to shop!! I love the baskets at the top. I have one and use it all the time. The dolls are so pretty:)


Jann Olson said...

Fun festival! I must hop over to Sheila's and see what's going on.

Our photos said...

I love the dolls photos!
Have a nice day, RW & SK

Poppy said...

What colour! What talent! What fun! Love your photos of the day and your Raggedy Ann is adorable!

PS: Your new banner is magical!

•°°• IcyBC •°°• said...

Wow..you're so right, so many wonderful and interesting things to see! They are all so pretty!

Karen said...

Still coveting Annie Lee...

Tree Hugger - Suzan said...

The "mature" dolls are amazing!! I love festivals - but simply can go because I HAVE to buy something!! Don't need anything!!

Laurie Ritchey said...

This looks like so much fun. Wow! Those harps are incredible. Love the beautiful fabrics used on the Tildas. laurie

Red Rose Alley said...

Those Tilda dolls are just darling. I love handmade dolls so much, especially the cloth dolls.


Thoughts on Life and Millinery. said...

I finally realized that whatever I buy I have to either use, display or store. Happily I discovered that I can be just as delighted just looking at things and if I really like them a lot, I just take a picture of them unless I really, really think I could use it, and use it a lot!
Less is more, except when it comes to taking digital photos!

GardenOfDaisies said...

Oh my, I LOVE those little rope horses! I have one from when I was a little girl, and I put him on my Christmas tree now.