Hello, My Friends!~~
After decorating our house for Christmas, hubby, son, and I brought the bins and boxes of goodies destined for the Trinkle Hall Craft Show (follow the link to LIKE the new facebook page) up from the basement studio and into the dining room. I still need to pack things better and to price a few more goods. Just general organization tasks before we hit the road on Friday! I know Suzy has been so busy getting her fabulous creations ready, and we are so looking forward to the craft show this year and by popular request (and urgent need!) we have a bigger space for our vintage and handmade wares! Here is a sneak peek at what I will be bringing to Williamsbiurg...
Boxes everywhere! Layers and layers!
This is the biggest piece I am bringing to Williamsburg. It is a lovely large antique frame embellished with vintage holiday sparkle and cheer! It measures 24 inches tall.
Among the smaller hadmade pieces I will be bringing are ornaments! LOTS of ornaments!
This golden vintage sleigh with huge bottle brush tree is going to Williamsburg.
And so is this HUGE bottle brush tree in milk glass vase and all decorated in vintage ornaments!
Some of the vintage props we will use to display our wares (and some of the props are for sale too) including these...
...An antique coal scuttle AND very vintage wooden file drawers rescued long ago from the US Dept. of commerce in Washington, DC. Both fun props and are for sale too!
Just FYI, all handmade goodiess in Dime Store Chic wil be removed this Thursday and taken to Williamsburg. If there is something you have your eye on in Dime Store Chic, you may wish to snag it now. And you can do so for 25% off. That's right, until sometime on Thursday EVERYTHING in Dime Store Chic is 25% off. Please use the following coupon code to get your discount: TRINKLE
You must enter the coupon code in all caps at the space provided upon check out to get your discount.
If you are in Williamsburg, VA this coming weekend please visit us in Trinkle Hall, and it is a greta weekend to visit Williamsburg as the town is all decked out in colonial style holiday finery and Sunday evening is the grand illuminations fireworks display!
I'll catch you on the flipside!~~~XXOO, Beth