Here are the balloons that mysteriously disappeared somewhere between 11am and 3pm...
Pam Bernstein brought some beautiful scarves, paintings, and pieces of jewelry...
All the bright colors were so cheery and inviting!
Myung Urso brought a beautiful assortment of her earrings, necklaces, and broaches.
Marie Brate brought a gorgeous selection of her hats and scarves. No photo I took did her serious craftsmanship justice.
Here's our model and friend, Alex Northrup showing how cute Marie's hats look on...
(My favorite hat:)
And my favorite scarf...
I have affectionately named it "The Princess Scarf".
Here's Kelly Waldt, owner and designer of her jewelry company "Turi Jane". The necklace she's wearing is one of her original designs... isn't it stunning?!
And to me, Kelly won the prize for the most festive display!
Here's Christie Phillips modeling a Reckless Necklace (by Blynn Nelson), one of her own headdresses, and two of Kelly Waldt's awesome bracelets...
And here are Blynn Nelson's beautiful Reckless Necklace accessories:
And here are Blynn, Kelly, and Sean Dunwoody:
And here's Blynn looking beautiful and mysterious in one of Christie Phillips' headdresses.
And here's another one of Blynn sitting in "the icon chair" wearing one of Christie's headresses, one of her own necklaces, and some Andrea Geer's cute arm-warmers!
And here are some shots of Andrea Geer's amazing clothing line:
Her adorable and funky buttons:
And last but not least, here are some photos of Christie Phillips' headdresses:
But first off, this is her pretty business card:
Hand here she is in "the icon chair" wearing one of her exquisite headdresses, a Reckless Necklace, and two Turi Jane bracelets:
Here I am!
Alex and Christie:
And the other side!
And to finish up the day, our neighbor, Gregg tried on one of the headdress--and it somehow transformed him into what we thought looked like a Roman-esque emperor!
Following this post, I'll be posting a few other photographs we snapped of people trying on some things from our boutique! It was such a great day, and I personally can't wait for the next artisan bazaar!