the queen bee market

like i said yesterday, the market was so much fun this weekend!

and before i totally forget, a big huge thank you to jeannett for being my travel companion and super hero for helping with my booth!

my lack of sleep from the last week is really starting to catch up with me, and the adrenaline high is definitely wearing off – my feet ache, my hands are blistered, and i just plain need to sleep!

so for now, i am just going to show you pics from some of the booths at the queen bee market.  please check here and here for better details as to who the vendors were.  if i have an energy burst i’ll start linking the vendor’s sites, but for now there are just too many!

Comments

  1. 1

    WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!I totally agree with you-I would’ve been wanting to spend all my money there too! I cant get over those little leopard boots.Adorable!

  2. 2

    What I would’ve given to go to that! It looks like it’s right up my alley. I would’ve spent a ton of money!! ha!

  3. 3

    I would have gone broke for sure! So so many cute things. I would not know when to stop.

  4. 4

    oh my goodness that is some eye candy!!!!

  5. 5

    I would have come home not only broke but probably with a gambling debt I incurred while trying to get money to buy more!

    Awesome. I have no creative talents but have such respect for those who do. I almost failed Home Ec in high school when we had to sew a pair of sweatpants for ourselves. Our test was to put them on…if they fit, we passed. If they did not fit, we failed. Let’s just say that it took the WHOLE class period to get them on and once on I could not breathe at all until the teacher said, “Pass”!

    :)
    I applaud yall! Looks like a ton of fun!

    paige

  6. 6

    Hi Lindsey,

    I don’t comment much here on your blog, but I’ve been reading for a long time now. I LOVE seeing all the pictures of the different shows you do. I’m planning on doing some more shows for my handmade children’s clothes this next year, so it is really inspiring to see all the amazing talent and their beautiful displays. Congratulations on doing so well at the market – you deserve it!!

    Have a great day,
    Lindsay

  7. 7

    Thanks for sharing these pics. I LOVE to see other people’s booths. It looks like the Queen Bee Market was made up of lots of talented vendors!

  8. 8

    oh.my.goodness. i’m doing my first ever show this weekend and am scared.to.death. and i don’t think these pictures helped that! heehee such beautifully displayed things!!

  9. 9

    Thanks for all the great pics Lindsey! I didn’t take very many, so this is a great post to direct people to! Thanks for including my booth in your pictures!

    Great job with your booth–it looked fabulous!

  10. 10

    SERIOUSLY…..I don’t think I could have made ANY money there…I would have bought everything! How could there really be so much deliciousness in one place?

  11. 11

    This looks like the most amazing craft fair ever! Your booth, along with the others, is gorgeous! Wish we had fun ones like that in our area!

  12. 12

    wow! That’s a whole lot of lovely :)

  13. 13

    I LOVE everything…so many creative people out in this lovely world! We just moved to a new city/state and I need to find the craft boutiques around here. The inspiration these fellow crafters give is amazing! Doesn’t it just keep you going? Love it all!

  14. 14

    Oh my goodness I am on goodie overload…and I like it! Thanks for sharing!

  15. 15

    The Queen Bee needs to travel to the midwest ASAP!!!

  16. 16

    Oh my goodness I am drooling over all of these images!! If credit cards were accepted I think I would have maxed mine out! (in a perfect, dream-world where credit cards = free money :)

  17. 17
    Liz McNeil says:

    Such pretty and creative things!! Could you tell me how I can get that turquoise cuff bracelet that is pictured above. It’s awesome!! Thanks!!

  18. 18

    oooh I would really like to know where the necklaces in the 11th and 15th pictures are from. They are cute!
    and the cute hats in the 17th picture =)

  19. 20

    That’s it … I’m moving from GA to CA!

  20. 21

    it appears one could easily go broke at such a FANTASTIC gathering of perfectly awesome creations!

  21. 22

    I’m so sad I wasn’t able to join, but it gives me something to look forward to in May. Your items are beautiful as always! Congrats on a successful weekend!

  22. 23

    Oh. My. Goodness… I need so many of those things! Really NEED them! What a wonderful marketplace! I do not see how you came home with any money left!. But, on the other hand, I bet you could make a lot of those things yourself! I am going to look back over the pictures again, maybe some of the venders have online shops?
    Thanks so much for the beautiful eye candy!

  23. 24

    I was a vendor….and spent a pretty penny on other vendors’ items including Miss Lindsey’s items! I couldn’t help myself. It really was so pretty in that ballroom.

  24. 25
    Keshet Shenkar says:

    Man, I NEED to go to a fair like this one day!

  25. 26
    Lauri Thomas says:

    Hello! I saw your booth and all of your gorgeous goodies at The Queen Bee Market – it was fantastic :)

  26. 27

    wow, your booth is a work of art in itself! i will be sure to make it next year!

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