I thought I'd share a few of the vendors items from Na-Da...
Above: Gypsy Brocante Bags. Jill also had a great selection of hand dyed gypsy slips, crochet tops and jewelry.
Jennifer Rizzo is such a talented artist! She had some lovely pieces of art there as well as these gorgeous chairs.
Jeanne Oliver had a great line of dresses, ruffle pillows and ruffle bags (I snagged one of her bags before the sale and I LOVE it!)
Jeanne also did a collage art class. I peeked in and it was packed! I can't wait to see what some of the bloggers in the class created. I'm sure they'll post photos.
I loved the lace garlands that Anne Marie made. I wish I had a better photo of it but you can see one draped from the fence down onto the bench.
Beth Quinn brought a huge selection of jewelry designs. I totally admire the detail of her work.
I didn't get an opportunity to meet all of the vendors that were outside of our shop area but here are a few photos... Above: Traci (Whimsy) and Mark (Room 363) had an amazing display.
Midwest Living came out to cover the sale!
And Fifi was there for the book signing. I wish I could express how sweet she is. There are so few people in the world that are as well known as she is and still big hearted and generous. I just adore her for who she is and, of course, like anyone who meets her, I'm in awe of her design "eye".
Tomorrow I'll share the unusual outfit that I wore for the "Boho Ball". Thanks for sharing a few moments here. Have a beautiful Tuesday!