it is a lot of work getting ready for it, but it is always worth it.
this is what my booth looked like.
initial estimates are that there were between 1100 and 1200 people that came out for the sale!
it was definitely a busy day!
...and once again, i couldn't have done it without my awesome neighbor amy j. she has helped me from the beginning and i really appreciate her help!!! THANKS AMY!!
i was very pleased with the turnout and how much i sold...which made getting up at 5 am totally worth it.
i was surprised at how many people came from far away!
everyone i talked to loved it, they said it just felt so warm and homey, and they thought it was neat how it was just smack dab in the middle of the country.
country folk are just so dang friendly!
everywhere you looked, there were moms,dads, kids, grandparents, and even a couple sweet hounds.
everyone was smiling and just out enjoying the beautiful weather that God provided.
this little guy wanted that car so bad...he kept saying "me get vroom, vroom?" so cute!
(i wish i had gotten pictures of every booth, but i got so busy that i didn't get them all.)
my friend crys with her booth.
we decided next sale, we need to be next to each other because we were shopping back and forth at each others booth all day. :)
at this booth, you picked out what buttons you wanted to have made into a ring.
i loved that argyle wreath! i wish i would of bought it for my kitchen door.
miss beki's booth.
i don't know where you get all that energy!
if you figure out a way to bottle it and sell it, let me know!!
...fyi, i have a few things left over if anyone is interested.
you can leave me a comment or email me to see if i have something your wanting.
if you comment, just make sure you leave a email so i can get back to you.
oh, and CONGRATULATIONS to amy wade & leeah baker for winning our booth giveaways.
and just so you readers don't feel left out, i will be having a giveaway for you this week!