We finished setting up our booth for Goat Hill Fair this weekend. It was a tremendous amount of work, but the outcome is well worth the energy expenditure.
The setup took two whole days! It is amazing how much Chalk Paint® and other merchandise we were able to cram into our booth.
We will be doing Chalk Paint® demos during the show on Saturday and Sunday. We are sharing this space with Magpie, another Chalk Paint® retailer from San Jose.
We made several shutter door light fixtures by mounting old wall sconces to them, like the pair I made for my apartment a few months ago.
We love our steer head planted with succulents!
Our deer antlers are lit with tiny lights.
We have a beach area with lots of Duck Egg blue Chalk Paint®.
This cute little cabinet is painted with Old White on the inside and Provence with a Florence wash on the exterior.
We are selling metal letters made form recycled oil drums.
More wall sconces mounted on shutter doors and an antique bathtub filled with Annie Sloan Wax
Paint Brush Display
I am so excited for this weekend! If you live close to Santa Cruz, I hope you can make it to this amazing antique and artisan fair. There are so many fabulous booths set up by talented people. It is located at the Santa Cruz County Fairgrounds in Watsonville, CA. http://www.goathillfair.com/