Returning to the Wilder Mansion is always a joy.
It was a gorgeous Wednesday afternoon, and I got the same table as the Holiday Market last year.
Soon I was set up.
The ample set up time meant I got to peruse the other booths in mid-dress after a delicious lunch.
This undressed booth is a piece of art without the gorgeous Jewels Botanica it later displayed.
Roz Long of RGL Marketing for the Arts does a fantastic job curating a wide variety of jewelers into the show.
I was inspired by their skills.
There was even time for a vendor to snap a photo of me.
Fashion was also well-represented, with hats, convertible skirts, scarves and a variety of other accessories.
These pompoms match my hair!
Other rooms had mini-manicures, massages, sweet samplings and wine.
Ladies soon started walking through the doors, perusing all the wares.
I’m thrilled one of my puzzle pieces walked away, as did a sculptural pendant.
Some ladies dressed to the nines.
Since Tannins was conveniently located next door, I got to sample their lovely red.
I sold a ladybugÂ (hooray!), and got shoppers thinking about commissioned ornaments.
Angel and I look forward to returning here in November for the Wilder Mansion Holiday market.