Monday, November 9

Another Great Weekend

      Kim, Kristen, Jon, Linda, and Jessica thank each of you who visited Angel’s Attic at Saturday’s Vintage Finds & Handmade Treasures Market in Nine Mile Falls. We enjoy meeting and getting acquainted with our customers and other vendors. Your positive comments are so encouraging and help ease the hard work of doing a show!
      Thanks to show organizer Jennifer Walker of Unexpected Necessities for keeping everything running smoothly and the cupcakes and other goodies during set up.
      The show had a lot of different vendors showcasing everything from vintage furniture to clothing made from vintage fabrics to handmade jewelry. Another great feature was the used book sale. If you like to buy books at a bargain, this was the place to go. Jessica and Kristen alone brought home four bags between them! Be sure to check it out next year.
Here we are (Jessica, Linda, Kristen and Angel) in our booth before the show.
      Angel's Attic is now hard at work planning our Spring Open House and we promise new items which are bright, light and colorful. The search for treasures continues. Please check back with us to see what we find!


Funky Junk Sisters said...

We really like your things and hope you will consider being a vendor at our May Funky Junk Sisters Show. There you will find the likes of Tiffany of Shabby Scraps and Debi of Retreat Design. You can get more info from our website or our blog

Linda & Dixie
The Funky Junk Sisters

Funky Junk Sisters said...

Oh and Kris and Amy of the country store will be there too!

Angel's Attic said...

Hi Sisters!
It's nice to hear you like our things and appreciate the invite to your show. We've heard many good things about it and will check out the vendor information!
You're from Deer Park/Clayton - small world. Kristen and I will always consider ourselves from Chewelah. Kristen's dad and I had a dairy farm for over 20 years until he passed away. She speaks to growing up on the farm on her blog (Sophia's). Enjoyed your barn photos - my heart will always yearn for the country,