Sassy Ginger Boutique to our market!
Modern Arria, and she will be setting up next at the Seymour Oktoberfest.
These adorable girls battled to keep the bees away from their sweet soaps, but they just kept smiling! You can find Milkhouse Soaps at Funky Junk at 101 S. Main Street in Brownstown and online here!
Sherry and Kevin, aka Cobwebs in the Corner, were also first-timers to our market. I've known Sherry since high school, and we definitely have the same love of old stuff -- especially costume jewelry!
The Green Umbrella on Facebook.
Karen is a dear friend and talented artist. Her snowmen are just adorable, and
can be found at Stitches 'n Flakes. Don't they just make you happy?
Gray Green G.
Another dear friend, Charlotte, brought along her sweet family to help out at the market. Charlotte owns The Copper Rooster at 212 W. 2nd Street with her husband, Joe; they are part of the re-vitalization of downtown Seymour -- such an asset to our town and we are so proud of them.
It was hot, but didn't Frank look cool in his bandanna? We hope he and Carolyn can slow down and enjoy the beautiful fall together, now that ice cream season is over. But next spring, be sure to visit their shop, Back Porch Ice Cream at 1101 W. Commerce Street in Brownstown (especially if you're a black cherry ice cream fan!)
These girls are the beauty and brains of The Gray Rabbit, home of unique, adorable children's clothing. I met them at The Pink Wagon Market last November, and we were so glad Megan and Susan (and Eliza!) joined us this fall!
Dana really knows how to make things beautiful, and we were so happy to have a chance to talk and laugh with her again! I have one of her Indiana Home signs in my dining room, and think of her when I see it! You can find information about The Old Schubox creations here.
More vendors tomorrow! Peace.