Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Holiday Craft Bazaar

I thought it was interesting how another blogger wrote about the types of items that were sold at a holiday craft bazaar in her area. So I decided to do the same thing. Here are some of the pretty things I saw at an Indiana holiday craft bazaar I recently attended. 

I love to see how jewelry sales people display their pieces. This model provided for a great conversation piece.

And there were all kinds of frames, some with burlap like this one.

There were tutus for the little ballerinas that brought back memories of my little ballerina

and Barbie gowns of all colors - so pretty. 

Think of all the BINGO that was played with these cards

and the games played with these colorful pieces that are now parts of bracelets!

I never would have thought to dress up old ice skates! Do you have some lying around? I wish I did! They remind me of the times my Dad took me ice skating at a neighborhood pond.

And there were chalk board painted items. Goodwill, here I come! I just purchased some chalk board spray paint!

These bright red candy cane horse covers looked so cute hanging on the branches.

And then there were decorations for the door,


and a little Raggedy Annie sitting up high on a shelf.

There was a snowman to greet us and a Colts mosaic! Go Colts!

What kinds of holiday bazaar items are found in your area?

1 comment:

  1. Lots of creative display ideas. I have not been to a holiday market yet this year, which is unusual for me.
    Hope you are having a great week.


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