Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Camas Vintage Street Faire

"I am sure it is a great mistake always to know enough to go in when it rains. One may keep snug and dry by such knowledge, but one misses a world of loveliness". ~Adeline Knapp

This quote is so true of all the adventurous shoppers who came out in the rain for the Camas Vintage Street Faire last Saturday. The vendors did a fine job creating "a world of loveliness" for all of our shoppers!!!


Some of our favorite people came out to visit ...

They brought the sunshine with them...
A huge hug and thank you to all the vendors who created a beautiful place to shop, visit and enjoy the day! The vendors who joined Worthy Goods include... Gifty Chix, Barking Dogs,
Ormolulu, Sparrow, Rickety Picket, Duchess, Sharon Whiting & Pam Waddel, Belva & Doni, Max and Lucie, Truly Scrumptious, At Home Antiques, Dwell, Junk Between Us Sisters, My Shabby Passion, Maison Douce, Maui Waui and Kindred Roses... Wow what a stellar line-up!!! In saying all of that, I have to give another big thank you to JoAnn from Camas Antiques who sponsored the event. She is a joy to work with!!!



It was a great day... the rain, the shoppers, sunshine, friends, family and vendors all combined made it a memorable experience!!!

19 comments:

Tattered Goods said...

I read you all got rained on and I thought to myself... If I lived there and new you were all there I would have been there RAIN or SHINE!
Have a great day!

Sheila

Amanda said...

rain or shine it looks like it was so much fun. I just found your blog today and I love it.

Deborah Burton said...

Laurie & Debbie, you are total gems to work with. How you looked so good through all that rain--must learn your secret! You brought together a lovely group of people who know how to make the most of their talents. GREAT JOB!

xo Debi at Ormolulu (read my blog :-)

A.Love said...

I am wildly jealous that I could not have been there! I just found your blog from Wildflowers. It's fabulous!

Stolen Moments said...

Laur,I am so sad I could not make it! It looks like it was fabulous, I think the rain must have added to the charm! Who made the necklaces with the letters on them in your photos, I have been looking for one for a friend...Maybe me too!

Little Cottage said...

Thanks for a great event, dearest Debbie & Laurie!
Lovely, lovely, lovely! Your pictures are breathtaking!
Hugs,
Sylvi

The Flying Bee said...

Everything looks amazing! I wish I lived closer. I would have been there in a heartbeat. I am hoping to make another trip back to Monticello soon. Hopefully, I can get my hands on your booth this time! Glad you had a great show.

Adrienne

My Shabby Roses said...

Laurie, everything looks wonderful. It looks like you ladies put on a great show. Thank you for sharing all the pictures.

Anonymous said...

I made a trip from Enumclaw to visit a friend who moved to Camas recently and also to come to the Vintage Street Fair! It was beautiful, delightful and inspirational! I came home with some great new treasures of course! Thank you & I hope to see you next year!!
Olivia

debbie said...

Small world....I was at the Camas Vintage Street Faire in the pouring down rain........but I hardly knew it was raining with all the lovely treasures to see....and then today I met you!!! It was a pleasure to met you...hope we get to cross paths again soon!!!

Karen said...

It all looks really fun. I like the way you had the tents set up, too. Kinda like a little city or fun stuff. Karen

Tracey said...

It looks like just the sort of event that I would be thrilled to attend!!! Everything looks just amazing! even if it did rain...

:) T

Gaia said...

It's so unfair..we don't have this kinf of faire where I live! I'm so envious!
Love the pics...all of them.
Thanks for stopping by!
Have a terrific weekend!

maxandlucie said...

Laurie, you guys did a fabulous job--it was so amazingly lovely and I felt blessed to be involved. I only wished I could have cloned myself so I could have shopped while I was working my own booth!

Kelly said...

I love seeing you and my momma working hard, being pretty, making new fab friends and putting together an amazing show! I love you guys!

Kuri loves Zane!!!!! said...

Those pigs are adorable. I wish I could have been there to take them home with me!

Karen said...

Now THAT looks yummy! Next time we go to Roakes for a sloppy hotdog, we'll stop there for the dessert lol. It's great to have blogger friends show us all the great stuff in their areas! Karen

Philigry said...

oh, that sounds wonderful! so glad it went well.

Florence said...

That little treasure thank you looked so cute, I wanted to ask what was in it, but thought no that would not be polite.