Sunday, October 4, 2009

Ozark Fall Festival and Followers Giveaway!

I cannot tell you how much you all have blessed me these last few days. The response to the "Followers Give-Away" has been amazing. So many new names and faces. Thank you! I hope to contact you all individually, but in case I don't make it by to everyone that left a comment, please know you are appreciated! I will be continuing with the give-away until Friday, October 9th at midnight, for the things that I have, but if we reach 200 by Friday night I'll do an extra give-away! Maybe not the same exact items, but some similar ones.
 






Here are some photos of my fun afternoon Friday with my sister and my nephew at the Fall Festival in Ozark, Missouri. This festival is mostly crafts, all kinds, but lately they have been having a few booths with antiques and vintage things. I really believe this has been the best year yet. Great jewelry, candles, fall decor, and a ton of other fun things...oh, and of course all the junk food that you can stand, and then some.




Why haven't we learned not to take a picture facing the sun? The McSquinty Sisters!












As you could see in our picture the wind was crazy!






Electrifed vintage items. Just so cute.
I bought an old copper pepper shaker
that had a great little flickering bulb.










Since I LOVE Cats,
 I bought a black "scardy cat" on an old spindle.



Here is Chelsea, isn't she just the cutest?
 She and her friend Stacey had a great jewelry booth
where they sell their fun things with a real retro feel
 called "Glamour Girls".
She is literally holding down the tent!

I'll show you what I bought later.





Great vintage tweedy dress form.







Even a chandelier.



Their space won my vote for overall "cuteness factor"!
They have a space at Spring Creek Antiques,
where my booth is located.




And what's a Fall Festival without a pumpkin patch?



Don't forget,
If you haven't signed on as a follower
you still can, then  leave a comment
for another chance to win!




Many of you have asked where you could purchase the journal. It is the Andrews McMeel Publishing Co. 2010 "Birds of a Feather" calendar/journal. I found mine at a Sam's Club, but when I went to a different one they did not have it. You can order online at Amazon or Barnes and Noble. You will pay a higher price, but you can at least find one.
Thanks again everyone,
Debra

28 comments:

  1. Thanks soooo much for the pics...looks like a great festival. It got me all excited about my trip this week to a craft show in Canton, MS....It has 3 years since my last trip to it...I sure hope it's still the same...filled with lots of goodies...check in with me next week for pics. Have a great week and I hope you make it to 200!

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  2. oh my,,, your pics are so good! Thanks for letting us tag along. Looked like a beautiful day and anytime you can spend quality time with a sister, double bonus....

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  3. Looks like great fun! I wish we had MORE things like that down here...and you are so right, that booth for sure won the overall cuteness booth!

    -c
    yapping cat

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  4. Hi Debra. Oh' it looked like so much fun. I'm in FL and so envy you getting to have true fall weather with your festivals. I'm sick of wearing shorts and it's still going up to 93 a couple of days this week. That booth is too adorable - cuteness factor off the charts.
    Have a blessed week...Tracy :)

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  5. lovely, ty for sharing. hope the wind wasent to cold :)

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  6. What a wonderfull day you had, just being there looking at all that wonderfull stuff, would have made my year,-no such things here-
    Thank`s for showing.
    Dorthe

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  7. Looks like my kind of fun day! Love to shop at festivals like that. You get a huge variety of things to browse thru. Have a blessed day:)

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  8. Looks like a great festival. Esp. loved the pumpkins and scary cat.

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  9. How fun Debra! The booths were filled with lots of yummy goodies and it was a beautiful day indeed. Well, except for the wind and the sun in your eyes! haha
    You are close to getting 200 followers girl...it wouldn't surprise me if you exceeded that too. yay!!!
    We all love us some Debra!!!!
    Have a good week~
    everything vintage

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  10. Looks like so much fun!!! I love going to festivals and fairs in the fall...gets you in the mood!!!

    I can't wait to see what you brought home with you!!!

    Have a wonderful Monday!!!
    XOXO
    Cathy

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  11. The festival looks so inviting - a place I'd love to have browsed through!!! Tis the season!

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  12. Debra..I just love these types of festivals and fairs! What a nice looking festival this one was. Thanks for sharing with us :)

    Blessings!
    Gail

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  13. What wonderful booths, and thanks for all the pics. This looks like such fun. Hugs, Marty

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  14. So many cute things to see there. I love how the sweet vintage style is coming back. Looks like you had great time.
    Hugs,
    Dawn

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  15. How pretty you both look...and what an amazing festival! I have been looking for a black cat to mix in with my decorations! Looks like the place to be! What fun!

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  16. What an amazing array of goodies. I wouldn't be able to carry everything I would want to buy.

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  17. Oh what fun. I would be in so much trouble if I had gone to that. Oh yes!!! Great photos and I liked your photo. Sharon

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  18. What a fun day to share with you and your sister. Thanks!
    jOYCE

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  19. Hi Debra,
    This looks like such a good time. I love the Glamour Girls booth. Those floral curtains around their tent...sigh. I LOVE the photo of you and your sister. Squints and all, you're still a doll.
    Hey it rhymes.
    Hugs,
    June

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  20. Hi Debra:
    Looks like a great place to spend a day with your sister. Even though it was windy, I bet the weather was perfect, too!

    Thanks for sharing your day with us.
    Hugs,
    Donna

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  21. The show looked like too much fun! Thanks for the tour! I'm a follower for awhile now. And sorry I don't remember if I joined you giveaway yet. My internet has been down for a week! So it's been awhile. I seem to remember the loot though! hehe So I hope I can win!
    Hugs, Lisa

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  22. That looks like so much fun! My only experience with Missouri is two trip to Big Cedar Lodge. We were stunned at the beauty in that area of the state. We just don't seem to have the color...or the events you are showing here in Edmond, OK. Gorgeous!

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  23. How fun...thanks for taking us along....blessings

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  24. Look at YOU, almost to 200 followers now. You go, girlie!
    Looks like y'all had a blast. And I'm usually not McSquinty in pics, I'm a McBlinky, LOL...

    Needless to say, throw my name in the ring, I'm all about free loot and swag!
    XO,
    Anne

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  25. Looks like you had a great day and saw lots of neat stuff. Thanks for sharing and for stopping by the blog and leaving a comment. Nice meeting you via BLOGVILLE!
    Pam

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  26. Looks like a blast! What wonderful pics! Oh how I wish I could be there. Thanks so much for coming by my site & becoming a follower~ I get sooo excited when I see someone new!! Love your site & can't wait to check out everything! I also really like your header pic. I'm going to need to look into that magazine.... As my post stated....I love Country Living mag & Midwest Living looks similar...... Thanks again~ I'm so glad you came by...so I could find you!

    Shellagh

    Shellagh

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  27. What a fun time! Wish we had things like that here where I live!

    Thank you for taking us along with you!

    Hugs,
    Marsha

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