Sunday, 15 November 2009

Vintage and Handmade Bliss!

As you all know (we may have mentioned it once or twice!) Victoria and I took ourselves up to Chipping Sodbury to visit the Vintage and Handmade Fair this weekend.
It was well worth the drive (in the gusting wind and driving rain!) and we both agreed we were very pleased we made the effort to go.
The village itself was lovely, very picturesque and well worth a little stroll round (we probably would have explored a bit more had the weather been better!)

The fair was really well organised and with 26 stands full of treasures.There was lots to drool over!
I could have bought the entire contents of Chipping Sodbury Town Hall but I restrained myself and bought these little gems of lovelyness!

A gorgeous Union Jack cushion with Cath Kidston fabric trim and a beautiful Union Jack pennant with vintage fabric and trims from the lovely Hen at Henhouse. (I had already spotted what I wanted from her preview post!)
The pretty heart was bought from Sal at Sal's Snippets, I just couldn't resist the lovely colours and pretty flower.

I love this patriotic magnet and these pretty floral magnetic pegs from Lucy Bloom. The vintage fabric dusters are from Shabby Chick, as are the gorgeous vintage baubles in the following picture (perfect for my pink, bedroom tree)
The 'Home Sweet Home' card is from the talented Claire at Elfie and Me I just couldn't leave it behind!

I picked up these cool vintage Christmas bits too! The vintage wrapping paper and Christmas badges were from Acorn and Will . The vintage building block has a 'K' on it so obviously I had to bring it home! I bought it, with the Noddy badges from Michelle at Cowboys and Custard.
I'm afraid I cant remember who I got the vintage angel tree ornaments or the Noddy print from, If I bought it from you please tell me!!!

The vintage hair slide, bobby pins and toothbrush and gorgeous vintage Christmas cards are from International Quality Kitsch (I have developed a love of Vintage cards that started at the Rose Bowl in LA)

The visit was very inspiring, and we got to meet lots of fellow bloggers! I might even have a little crafting session myself today!

Lots of Love



Rose said...

WOW! So many gorgeous things you found at the fair Kelly. I love everything you bought!


sarah-jane down the lane said...

Wowzers Trousers, beautiful treausures, lucky lucky you Kelly. I am so glad you had a brilliant time,

sarah x

Kate said...

Blimey Kelly you were very restrained, love the vintage cards, I love reading whats been written always in lovely handwriting. I see you couldn't resist Hen's cushion? and now I know what I'm going to do with that bunting I bought Thursday make them into individual pennants, Brilliant.
Have a good day

Michela said...

Love the angel tree ornaments ;-) but I would never buy them for myself...I could be like an elephant in a glass shop! :)

Sal said...

Glad you enjoyed the was lovely to meet you both!

Lululiz said...

Lovely little treasures, well shopped!

karen said...

wow looks like you had a fab time nd you sertainly got your hands on some lovely goodies.

Thanks for the web address hunni I'll go and take a look although I think it may be fatal lol.

LissyLou said...

what lovely things you got!! xx

Josie-Mary said...

I'm still sulking cos I couldn't go :(
Lovely goodies x

Alison said...

Ooohhh lots of delicious goodies.
Glad you had a fab time.

TCake said...

ohh how many lovely treats did you get!... glad you and V had a fab time. hugs Tx

Twyla and Lindsey said...

Kelly, it is so nice meeting you! And how fantastic that you are a friend of Victoria's! We've known Victoria every since we started blogging almost two years ago. I know I am going to enjoy your blog because we love so many of the same things. I'll be back to visit! Have a nice day! Twyla

koralee said...

What fun!!!! your treasures are amazing. I love Christmas craft fairs...I need to start heading out to find my own treasures!!! Hope you have a great week.

Lisa said...

What a fab selection of goodies!
Thanks for popping by and leaving a message and thank you also for organising the secret Santa swap, I'm very excited about that!
Hope you enjoyed your weekend.
Lisa x

lemonade kitty said...

I wish you'd taken my purse with you to the fair I'd have had one of everything!!!Love the union jack cushion and pennent do you have somewhere in mind for them? Thasnks for your lovely comments Lucey xx

hapi-ness said...

awww i'm so jealouse! I love the union jack bits :D xxxx

coco rose said...

Wow, you got some lovely things! I would have loved to have gone but it was a bit too far for me! But, i'll just sit back and take a peek at others goodies and think how lovely they are! xxx

Rose Charles said...

What a great selection of goodies you have!

Don't forget to come to the xmas market to part with what little cash you have left ;-) lol

Rose X

Florence and Mary said...

Lot's of fun... roll on 1st May although I'm slightly concerned about my mother there... can you imagine how long she'll take looking at everything!

Victoria xx

Pomona said...

It was great to have the chance to say hello! I love the things you have bought - I will have to try to photograph mine and put them on the blog tomorrow.

Pomona x

maryannlucy said...

What a haul - what a load of fabulous items. Thanks for sharing the photos. I AM going to go next year :)

A Decluttered Life said...

OOh yes love all those goodies, looks like you had lots of funxx Dom

Hen said...

Hi Kelly,
That's a marvellous haul you have there, where else could you get all those goodies under one roof? So pleased you enjoyed yourself and I really admire you coming such a long way in such dire weather so I'm glad it was worth it. You and Victoria definitely deserve a hardened vintage shopper award! Loved having a chat (especially in the loo, all the best chats happen there!) Hope to see you at the next fair if not before.
Hen xxx