Here are some of my purchases from the show. Yes, even the magazine 'Celebrate 365' http://www.celebrate365.com/ [first time I ever saw it] the cover is what grabbed my eye! Isn't it great?! Cover artwork by 'Retro Rudolph' http://www.retrorudolphs.blogspot.com/ Lori is a fabulous Halloween artist ... articles on Johanna Parker and Robert Brawley
and her postcards ,which where as pretty on the back as the front..
Have been wanting to buy something from this husband wife team for some time now and was lucky to be across from them at the show..They look perfect on my tree Mr. Skelly and his tiny crows and the whimsical Pumpkin Man on his vine swing,also the tiny Pumpkin Candle clip on!
Lori was in the first building so did not get to see all her goodies.. but finally escaped to shop and he was calling me to bring him home and sit next to my Black Bunny from last year..
..got the fat felt leaf garland at World Market...
Nicol Sayre was my neighbor ,lucky me! Her dolls are so fantastic in person... loved the vintage fabric stars with tiny photos in the center
Yippee Skippy!! Pat Murphy always has a fun and colorful table of critters[and now has a blog too!]http://www.murphybears.blogspot.com/..The wool felt kitty had to come with me...he was calling me...meow!
I really wanted the Owl too... but my purse said 'No'... next year!
Always great to see Tony's colorful wood cravings..love the Witches and Owls!
Irene is the sweetest lady and her Whimsical Witches show that..I went home with 2..it was really hard to pick!
Now if only I could win that lottery and buy everything!!
The Show is in 2 buildings... sorry to say I did not get a chance this year to take pictures of everyone.. so you will just have to check out the 'Ghoultide Gathering' website and blog for what I missed and a list of all the artist links.. http://www.ghoultidegathering.com/
Finally, some pictures of my table the night before.. a gathering of Spooky Ghost and a basket of Baby Pumpkin dolls..
Black Sheep' with the big brown eyes..
Another one of favorites was my 'Gobbling Goblin'..
Some bigger papier mache and vintage fabric dolls and figures in the window..