Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Christmas Winter Market

We had a fun time at the Christmas Winter Market at the Rusty Grape Vineyard Saturday.

Here's a glimpse of some of our booth. I shared a space with a friend who also deals with antiques.

Scarves and baby booties crocheted by daughter Whitney

My favorite customer . . . . baby granddaughter, Tayvee

[Thank you, Whitney, for taking some pics.] 

The crafting crunch is over, so now I'll have time to come visit your blogs. If you're new to my blog, thanks for visiting and following. I look forward to meeting you.

Some of the above booth items will be listed on my etsy this week . . . . . sheet music and french dictionary ornaments, glittered letter garlands,  jewelry trees, Christmas stockings, sheet music wreaths and a toile wallpaper wreath.

We had a lovely Thanksgiving with our daughter and husband in Yakima, and this weekend our other daughter and granddaughter, Tayvee, came home for a visit. Love you and miss you all, already! But, we're going to be visiting them again next weekend to celebrate Christmas.

I look forward to sharing some of our home decorated for Christmas and visiting yours through some of the great blog parties.

Please leave a comment; I'd love to hear from you.

Thanks for stopping by for a visit.

~ Julie



  1. That is super gorgeous!!! I love so much that you have shown!

  2. You really make some fun and unique items. What a delightful booth! I love it all.

  3. Dear Julie, What an attractive display you created at the Christmas Market. Such pretty thingsand all beuatifully presented.I hope that your sales were successful and that you had many delighted buyers.

  4. I sure enjoyed your photos here! Your booth looked lovely and I can see you've been very busy crafting! I was looking for some inspiration to get myself in gear today and I found it here! Thank you for sharing! I hope your Market was a big success! Merry Christmas! -Amanda

  5. Absolutely beautiful pictures and creations! What talent!!

  6. What a lovely booth to shop at ~ I would have done so much damage in there!!!

  7. Love those cone trees and the different ways they are decorated. I also love the little paper wreaths. How cute your granddaughter is! Mine will be five months on Christmas Eve and is changing every time I see her now!

  8. Hi Julie!
    OK....you had me at the first photo - the old screen used for display. I LOVE old screens and have 2 that I have used much the same way in the past. Now, they are hanging out in my storage room b/c I just can't let them go :)
    There are so many beautiful little items displayed in these photos as well. I can hardly wait to visit your etsy shop!
    Almost forgot...thank you for your nice comments and for posting my giveaway button. It's so nice to meet you:)

  9. What awesome treasures in your booth, Julie! So many things caught my eye truly because of the way you displayed them. :) LOVE the pic of your sweet granddaughter, and also her name, too!

    xoxo laurie

  10. Julie, your booth looked great! I hope it was a successful show!


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