Some photos of our morning at Rondebosch Craft in the Park yesterday, including Laura from Fabulaura with her stunning beads and bows, Barry from Portsmouth with his wonderful wooden goodies, beautiful African dolls, baskets from Bali, Megan and most huggable father-in-law Donny, the hat lady, the bike man and his handmade trailer, and of course the always effervescent Anne and Jill. Just a happy accident that we were in team colours!
By lunchtime, the skies were greying over and the wind started to pick up. Some of Laura’s display stands got blown over and, as we scrabbled on the ground picking everything up, she said, “Ah, the joys of being an informal trader…but at least it’s better than selling at the robots.”
Happy Sunday, everyone, and happy long weekend to the South Africans! (Tomorrow is Heritage Day).
To be continued…
I could just do with one of those colourful shopping baskets….!
You all looked like you had a ball – love your pics, so vibrant and colourful :)
Well, I don’t know that I can say we had “a ball” – it started raining around 12 so we all started packing up. It seems we aren’t supposed to do that, even if the wind and rain IS RUINING one’s stock, unless the organiser has been consulted first. Felt like we were back at school!!! :-)
I love all the photos of the booths. My favorite things are the mosaic mirrors, baskets, and South African Dolls!!! Thanks for sharing; I hope you had a good time; can’t wait to hear more.
Love and Hugs,
Happy Sunday Jill!! I love all the those beautiful crafts and Happy Heritage Day to you too!!
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