Of course I gravitated to this booth that had plants and flowers spilling out of it, tucked into all kinds of sweet containers and planters. I do remember Butter Nut coffee!
Oooh, this was probably my favorite booth, mostly for the memories it evoked of a childhood past, where we really did wear these starchy, scratchy full slips underneath our dresses. That was a wonderful time of my life, and I always felt special with that big slip on, and pretty grown up, too!
I almost couldn't resist this huge ice cream cone sign, but I didn't think Jim would have appreciated trying to bring that home in the Jetta. And what would be the appropriate place in the house for it, once home? Besides, I really don't need that message around all the time, fun as it was.
This was another favorite booth, Hutch Studio. Everything was charming in a quirky way, and they had made things from the simplest materials like cardboard and book pages. I loved these little fabric mushrooms. They got my vote for best booth and sweetest merchandise.