Hello all! Another Springfield Extravaganza has come and gone, and it was BIG fun, BIG sales and BIG etc….. I’ll share photos in my next post (Springfield and Rural Society).
But just wanted to post a reminder of the upcoming Rural Society Antique & Garden Show. Our trailer is packed, and we’re headed down early in the morning to unload, set up – fussing and fluffing until it’s just right!!
This show is set in the rolling hills of Knox County, on a beautiful historic farm. There are over 30 talented vendors/artists getting ready to sell their wares amongst the barns, and gardens. An occasional chicken or peacock, and some very sweet dogs roam the grounds… I can’t say enough about the beauty tucked into the countryside here in Ohio! There are also food vendors, flower vendors, musicians, and more… A truly unique show with something for everyone.
Here are the details:
The Rural Society Antique & Garden Show – Friday, October 4th – 9am – 7pm
16620 Wells Road
Mt. Vernon, Ohio
We participated in this show in the spring (for the first time), and are happy to be back for the fall 2013 version. Here are a couple posts so you can get an idea of what’s in store…
And, here’s another…
And, just to tempt you a bit more…here’s a peek at just a “few” of the things we’re bringing to the show…handcrafted items…reusing vintage pieces and parts, antique/vintage finds, restyled/redesigned jewelry, furniture, architectural…all packed into our space – it’s always a treat sharing what we love with customers/friends!
Susan’s frames – are a hit! She uses old wood, hardware, and adds family photos for a personal touch.
Terri’s “new” creations – wood and hardware, and other vintage elements create the most amazing crosses – they’re heavenly!
Terri’s cuff bracelets are back…with more bling and fabulous style!
Me…I’m always doing a little bit of this and that…whatever I happen to find in my basement – well, I’ll try to make something out of it. Even an old raggedy tool bag can have a second life…a planter? I think so!
Harvest-ing some bingo cards (I’ve got way too many, and need to start using some…) So stencils and some silk ribbon finish it off perfectly!
We’ve got faith…it’s gonna be a great show!!
A vintage pastry blender…turned upside down, and attached to an old carved wooden bird (turned on its side)…nothing is used the way it was intended!! And, a perfect lady is displayed with fun vintage style!
Vintage hats…straw for him, and a little ditty trimmed in velvet for her! What a happy couple!
My watchlets are timeless and always a curiosity! I think they’re just plain ol’ fun!
Susan tried to find a place in her house for this sweet cabinet (and hates to part with it), but since she couldn’t…she’s taking it to the show – and a lucky customer will be taking this one to its new home sweet home I’m sure!
A jar of old building blocks…this spells fun!
Alright, now, I’m just having fun with some old brass stencils and the “Buckeye box”..
Or how about an Ohio Junk Harvest???
And, wouldn’t this vintage picnic set be perfect for that Ohio State game??? Or Friday night football?? Hot chocolate, snacks AND style!
Some old wooden nesting eggs – I found a whole bag of these at a yard sale (about 200 of them), and we sold quite a few at Springfield, but saved some back for The Rural Society Antique & Garden Show – they’re just cool, piled into a jar, sitting alone, or even decorated…you make the call!!
A couple “new” pieces… An old green cabinet door, with a piece of wrought iron attached – a fun planter to hang or sit by the front door! The “Giddy Up” coat, towel, or hat hanger is definitely one of a kind. I found the horseshoe hanger at a garage sale, and the lady almost begged me to buy it (a gift from her mother-in-law)…and she said it just wasn’t her style (I just think she flat out didn’t like it!). I knew I could use it, and thought it’d be perfect for Warwick Farm!
So, that’s all I can share for now – there’s so much more!
My final thought is
GIDDY UP AND GO
TO THE RURAL SOCIETY ANTIQUE & GARDEN SHOW
Hope to see y’all there!!
Happy junking trails…
P.S. Be sure to LIKE The Rural Society & Antique Show on facebook…