I stopped by Denise Hahn’s (In My Blue Room) booth. She sells some great vintage supplies and fun crafting kits, along with her finished pieces through her etsy site shop. I bought a fun skeleton kit and a jewelry making kit (that came in a jar).
The show also had an outside area with some amazing booths that included the “Blossom Vintage Chic” booth, where I got to meet Debbie Watts.
Additionally, each person who attended could enter their names in a drawing to win one of the many lovely prizes shown below (this is only a sample of the prizes).
- Fantastic variety of artists and crafters.
- The show offered a unique variety of merchandise to appeal to a wide group of individuals. There was plenty of “eye candy” to be enjoyed.
- If you have read some of my previous articles, then you know that parking in the Los Angeles and Orange County area is at a premium, and cost for parking in that area can be high. The producers of this show went the extra mile to offer attendees two parking choices. One was to park at the Whimzy store (in Tustin, CA) and ride the special tram to the show, or to park at the show site. The parking was free and plentiful.
- Other than the fact that there was a fabulous selection of merchandise and I had a hard time of deciding what I wanted to buy, there really were no cons to attending this show.