I left Thursday afternoon to head to Stevensville, MT to help my friend Barbara pack up for the Prairie Sisters Party in Kalispell held on Saturday.
These gals put on a heck of a show and really know how to make their vendors feel pampered and welcome! First of all, they have JUNK HUNKS! What are junk hunks? They’re big, tall, hunky guys who help you unload your heavy items into your space! And when the show is over, they help you load it back up into your vehicle. How cool is that?
This is my friend Barb’s booth. The name of her store is B.E. At Home MT.
I had a shot of her in front of it, but it didn’t turn out well. I didn’t think she’d like a bad picture of her posted in Blogville.
This is Annette with Born in a Barn. There were so many things in her booth I wanted to buy, but didn’t. Sigh.
And this architectural piece…there were two!
Everything in this picture! Wouldn’t that architectural piece and mirror look good in my guest bedroom?
I also made a new friend! The lovely Christina. When I realized her family was from Alaska, we found we had a lot to talk about!
This is Janie from Feathered Nest. Loved her booth!
She had this gorgeous hutch and a buffet to match! She also had a lovely white sofa filled with horse hair that sold. Swoon!
One of my favorite vendors and people, Sue of Renew. She knew who Backyard Bungalow was before the blog!
And her lovely daughter, Lisa.
The lovely ladies of Pickets!
This elegant chandelier belongs to them! Isn’t it tasty!!
Nicole of So Inspired. What a sweetie
Colette of The Shops at Station 8. Her shop in Columbia Falls is a MUST SEE!
The sweet Salvage Sisters! I purchased my favorite vintage dress form from Julie (on the left). Julie checks in every now and then to make sure I’m taking good care of her!
I snapped a shot of the room with Anita of Vintiquities standing in the middle!
And check out this dress form that she MADE!!
I am definitely gonna have to give this a try. Isn’t it gorgeous?!!
I’m trying to recover from my long weekend, which means I’m doing a lot of blog reading and catching up on emails with my butt planted firmly in my chair.
It’s now time to get up and get some work done!
Bye from the bungalow,