The first fair was the Pro.found Vintage Market. If that sounds vaguely familiar I did a ticket giveaway a while back and one lucky-ducky reader won the tickets. Three business collaborated to pull this off: The Purple Rose, Laurel Grove and The Vintage Prairie Home.
Ready? Let's go!
I am such a fan of this couple's work. This is felted wool that the wife works on and the husband does the wood work!
These rusty metal cut work pieces would be a perfect gift for any man cave! Grab Our Junk
This was a truck that had been turned into a traveling flower shop! The blooms were beautiful and the perfect accent for those new purchases. Wildflower Truck
Some vendors I visited here: Found Things, Violet and Sage Vintage, Vintage Anthropology, The Belmont Ranch, The Cozy Cottage, White Cottage, Captiva, The Boxwood Garden and the list goes on. You can find more vendors here with contact information.
Next up was The Market Place At Adams Farm, fun by the ladies at The Vintage Thymes. I've written about this one before and this year did not disappoint! These are some of the things I spied:
Some of the vendors I visited here are Driftwood Lake Cottage, Cerulean, NBJ Shabby Chic, Vintage Haven, and Mary Ellen and Sandy's Vintage Home. Again, not an exhaustive list. You'll just have to make it a point to attend next year to make sure you see them all!