Fallout: Indie Craft Experiece (ICE)

We survived ICE...although driving on the interstate through Atlanta had me feeling a little iffy at times.

Thanks to all who stopped by our table and took time to visit with me!  It was great to connect with everyone - shoppers and fellow vendors alike.

Unfortunately the space was SO tight that Mars spent the weekend sightseeing with my mom, who flew in from Texas.  And Josh stayed in Columbia for work and dog duty.  Luckily my lovely booth neighbors kept me company and allowed me to make frequent popsicle runs to the yummy King Of Pops.

To my left was Kate, of Tot Toppers, with her amazing hats.  She was an unbelievable help to me and SO fun to hang out with.  And she taught me how to properly pronounce Yuengling - bonus!

To my right was Ellen, of The Long Thread, with her adorable embroidery.  I was a bit star-struck since I peruse her site regularly, but she was a good sport and very kind.

Across the aisle was fellow 'fuller and felter' Mary of Felted Heart.  I was SO tempted to buy one her scarves but I resisted since my scarf collection is obscene at this point.  Mary was a riot and promised to share her Atlanta wool thrifting secrets with me.

I was able to pick up this adorable bird shirt from Fuzzy Ink.  And I bought a very interesting pocket knife necklace from Hot Pink Poo.

I meant to go back and grab some items from The Small Object but never got a chance.  I loved the graphic black and white of her booth!

AND our sweet friends of Sweeteeth were in attendance and bestowed their amazing chocolate upon me.  And I did not share with my family.  And I am not ashamed.