The Country Living Fair part 2

Each year we buy the early bird tickets which allow you to enter the fair at 8:30 rather than 10:00.  Lots of people do the same thing, the line seemed to go on for miles.
 And let me tell you, you don't want to get in the way of these women!  They are on a mission.

There are cute little places offering food.  If you enlarge this and look to the left, you will see part of the line of people waiting to get in.
 The amount of goods to peruse is a bit overwhelming.


 So much wonderfulness.

 I went looking for Jerri hoping to meet her but I couldn't find her and we never came back around.

But OMG is her stuff fabulous!  Google Jerri Landers to see her work.                                                                                      
 Glitter pumpkins...such a simple, easy way to glam up your squash.

 The setup of the booths is as special as the things being sold in each of them.

 I should have bought one of these rustic chandeliers and am now regretting it.  They are really cool.

 We never stay much longer than an hour. I am a fast shopper and this place gets really hot when the sun rises.  Most people spend the whole day if not the entire weekend. After about an hour The Blog Tech starts jonesing for a bowl of pho at the North Market.

 Nothing says Fall like the Columbus Country Living Fair.

 Pumpkins everywhere.

 I was in pumpkin heaven.

I still have tons of photos to sort through but I will definitely be posting more!

Comments

"Glam up your squash" -- what a great line!
Oh my! This fair looked like it was fun. We should be having our Trade Days Fair next Saturday and Sunday.
Cottage Tails said…
Your fair's are amazing I've never seen anything like this in NZ
I always enjoy seeing photos from Your fair trips! Looks like lots of fun!

Have a great day!

Christer.
Guillaume said…
Oh what a lovely fair!
The Jeri Landers booth, of course, interested me most of all..the artistry ..how I would have loved to it all up close. The Fair trips are always a joy of me to see and read about. I loved the Farm House clothing but I would never wear things like that, although I would love to. So cute..but being a "blue jeans" person...nope. Just fun to look at. Loved the pumpkins..(I need to start looking for some) and that LINE! Grief!!!
Jeri Landers said…
I can't believe you were at the fair and we missed each other! It had to be one of the few times I stepped out of my booth. Dang! Maybe next year!