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Redbone Willy’s Farm Fair

We at The Blue House love a good festival! Last May Redbone Willy’s had their very first Farm Fair. It was an event that boasted of art, food, antiques, and all things unique! What more could this studio want? So, of course, we jumped in with both feet.

That spring, as we focused on creating art, we also concentrated on our Blue House Gardens. These two interests lent themselves perfectly to the newly planned event.

As Stacey creates new work for every event, this one was no different. She came up with a series of garden girl notecards that ended up selling like hotcakes! We also had many “gifts” from The Blue House Studio Gardens!

Those garden offerings included succulents in real teacups, seeds in handmade envelopes, and dried herbs. Our bees even pitched in by providing wax for our sustainable bee’s wax wraps! Stacey also brought her love of collecting Kitsch, providing antique salt and pepper shakers and ceramic animals.

Like most vendors there, we knocked it out of the park! We had such a great time at the  that when they invited us to participate in their fall festivities, we agreed!! We can’t wait to see you at the next one in November!

Check out more about their event – https://www.redbonewilly.com/gypsy-farm-fair-1

 

Written by Jenna Webb

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