I was immediately drawn to Nan Lawson's booth the second I saw this Ron Swanson print. I just had to buy it.
I finally got to meet David of Cheltenham Road! His products are so colorful and eye catching that I spotted his booth right away!
Cardtorial was another favorite. These handmade wooden cards are so detailed and interesting. I've never seen anything quite like them before.
My mom and I were both especially intrigued with these handmade placemats, tea towels, and pillows by Nell & Mary.
I also met Jonathan of Anon-Y-Mouse! You might recognize the name from my sponsor spots over on the right. The booth looked fantastic!
Stacey Winters' booth definitely caught my eye. Her photography is just beautiful!
My friend Christina was there too! How awesome is her work? This girl is SO talented! Christina introduced me to Jillian of Little Buffalo Designs. You can see some of her jewelry pictured above. Christina's paintings/prints and Jillian's jewelry really complimented each other well.
I was intrigued by two things at the RecLAim booth... those awesome recycled t-shirt pillows and that sleepy pup pictured above.
I also stopped by the Les Fleurs booth! Do those tops look familiar? It's because you can win one here on the blog! Check out the giveaway here!
A new and pleasant discovery was Wood Thumb. How cool are these wooden ties?
The display at the Kyyote jewelry booth was just beautiful. I love the colors.
I met Julia of The Love Stitch too. Her crocheted work is adorable and just perfect!
Last but not least, I met Caine of Caine's Arcade! He was pretty busy but managed to stop and pose for a photo.
It was definitely an eventful day. I can't wait to go back next year!