The next day we headed down to Lucketts to check out the Hometalk Tent. The Lucketts crew had it well stocked with all kinds of awesome junk, old wood, metal doodads, tools etc. We really didn’t have to do anything to it. It was perfect!! A big thanks to Heather at Lucketts, for making it perfect for us!
We snooped around a bit during set up. Look what I spotted!! A fabulous dresser painted with my Ballerina Graphic!
I had to check out Caroline’s tent, from Ekster Antiques. There’s always a crowd around it during the fair, so during set up is the only time you can really get photos of how fabulous it is!
And it really is fabulous!!! She’s from Europe and imports all kinds of gorgeous European things in! She has an amazing eye and is a ridiculously talented stylist as well!
Pete, one of the dealers at Lucketts Store, always does a huge tent full of all kinds of wonderful things! I loved this stack of Ceiling tin tiles and Metal Numbers!
Once set up was over, everyone zipped up their tents for the night! I’ll be posting more about the Spring Market and the Meet up next week. It was so much fun!!
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