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Sunday, December 16, 2012

Fun at the Holiday Happening...


Last weekend, my daughter Liana and I were vendors at the Holiday Happening event at the Jackson St. Roundhouse in St. Paul MN.  We brought our vintage bits for crafters and artists and brought some of our own creations, too!  We spent fun times making bottle brush trees with vintage ornaments and stands...
  


Booths were set up in the roundhouse amongst the wonderful old train cars...



We used some of our vintage pieces to create word trays and ornaments in fun fonts and colors...








I made some whimsical bingo cards, too...



Isn't this a fun venue?  This place was filled with families visiting the museum, taking photos with Santa, and shopping...


There were fun vendors with vintage and hand crafted items, as well as food and plant items...




The event was the brainchild of Christine Hoffman of Pies and Aprons and she did a wonderful job of planning the event!  She even passed out her pies to the crowd!



And while we were warm and cozy inside...here's what was happening outside... a foot of snow fell!


We had a wonderful time meeting everyone and making new vendor friends, too!  Thank you, Christine for a fun event, and a big thank you to the bloggers who stopped by with their families, too~ Robin of Happy at Home,  Tammy of Tammy's In Love, and Suzanne of Privet and Holly.  I wish I had my camera handy then!

I am joining Debra at the Marketplace at Common Ground

Until next time...

20 comments:

  1. Linda, You and your daughter are beautiful. We are never too old to believe in Santa. I liked all your photos but the one with snow...Yikes. I am never ready for snow any more, that is how I know I am getting old. xo,Susie

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  2. What an awesome venue! Looks like a lot of fun. Great photo of you and your daughter....Merry Christmas!!
    Jane

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  3. Thank you for sharing this wonderful event. You and your daughter are very creative. Your booth was welcoming - so welcoming I would have spent a bundle.

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  4. Oh~ What a wonderful event. The thing that jumped out of me is that picture of the little girl in the blue coat. Everything though is so sweet. Love the little bingo cards, too. Blessings- xo Diana ps. You are your daughter are both just lovely-

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  5. What a fun venue! I love the photo of you and your daughter. You two are too cute.

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  6. Forgot to ask. What do people do with the vintage nativity people? I have a bag full of them sitting on my desk and I have no fun ideas for them.

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  7. What a fun event! I love the cute items you sell! Wonderful trains also...my Grandson would love that!

    Hugs, Linda

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  8. Linda - it looks like it was a delightful event - great location! your bingo cards and word trays are very festive - inspiring idea!

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  9. This is my kind of event. It looks so festive and your displays are fabulous. I love the words you've spelled out with all the different fonts.

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  10. It looks like I missed a very fun day! I stayed home and enjoyed all the pretty snow!
    Warmly,
    deb

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  11. Oh my, what a wonderfully fun time you must have had. What a great venue!!! I hope you sold LOTS and made some Christmas money for yourself and your pretty daughter.
    Hugs, Cindy

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  12. Love it all! This looks like it was a wonderful show and I am particularily enamored of those trees at the top! And I lOVE your snow! Ann

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  13. It looks like the two of you had a great time in that fabulous old building. I hope you whispered your wishlist to Santa!

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  14. looks like a wonderful event! love all your creations and "bits and pieces"!

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  15. Ahhh,,puts ya in the Christmas mood!

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  16. I'm gonna go visit those other MN bloggers, something I have been slow at.

    Bliss

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  17. What a wonderful way to spend a day! Seems like lots of fun, and that snow is just magical!

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  18. Would have loved to have been there! You and your daughter look like sisters!!
    xo Kris

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  19. What a special,and wonderful place to meet and sell, great things. I love your word trays, and all your wonderful papers, and cards- I love the bottle brusch trees,very much.
    XO,Dorthe

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  20. Oh this all looks like SO much fun.....

    Love the snowy pic you finished with!

    Karenx

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