I had such an inspiring weekend! I got to go to two different vintage/craft shows with my family. I got a lot of neat ideas that I can't wait to try out.
This is part of the mural on the building of the antique mall in which I have my fun booth. They are still going to be doing a horse drawn buggy on the blank part. Pretty cool, eh? It's in a neat location in historic downtown Sapulpa. Brick pavement, old buildings...nostalgic surroundings. Sometimes I think I was born in the wrong era. I think the late 1800's/early 1900's would be really interesting. Not to mention the cloooothes. Really, the clothes is all I'm thinking of in those centuries. And maybe a few other things. but when I really think about it, I'd miss the modern conveniences such as cars, cell phones, computers, the internets, airplanes and so on. But then again, if I'd lived then I wouldn't have known what I would be missing...
The other craft/vintage show I went to with Sister, the indie art show across from the new Guthrie Green in downtown Tulsa. Beautiful, inspirational things. My cousin had a booth there selling her handmade purses and leather pins.
All in all it was a wonderful weekend. We finally got rid of our old living room furniture so that we could arrange our new chairs and couch. I will have a post about that as soon as we get it finished.