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Well it surely has been a very busy few weeks (as usual) for team SBV..
We have attended a plethora of Vintage Fairs, and bumped into some fabulous blog world friends too!
But before all that, a little catch up.
One. We are moving house on the 20th of August. A whole month early, and whilst, as you all know, I have planned the entire redocoration and landscaping of the new house, I have yet to pack a single thing or change any utilities… hmmm.
Still, I am very excited and quietly confident of pulling it all together with a little help from my friends!
Two. Project Business expansion. This has been going extremely well and we are now officially restorers and re workers of lovely old vintage and antique furniture, and we have even started selling pieces before our official launch which is likely to be the beginning of October.
So, now for some pics!
August is a hard time for vintage and antique sellers alike, but we have braved through and had a good time doing it.
I was also delighted to finally meet the lovely Landgirl1980 and the HenHouse Family! Both running blogs that I have adored and followed for a few years now. I highly recommend adding then to your blog lists!
Right, flying visit, but I will be back soon (sooner that last time anyway) with more tails of vintage-ness!
kiss, Sadie xx
I seem to be short on time and sleep at the moment. ET is has a hundred teeth coming through and is being so clingy that he is starting to feel like an extra limb!
Anyway, apologises again for the time lapse between posts and as promised here are some pics from the Love Vintage and Retro Craft Fair that I had a stall at on the 17th of June in Surrey.
I had the best pitch in the house!!! A double stall right in front of the entrance, so I doubled up as the welcoming committee too!
I went for a sort of vintage Cath Kidston inspired look for the merchandising complete with my home made bunting. What do you think? Does it look OK?
It was my first foray into selling at fairs, and although it was a quiet day, partly due to it being the first event for Love Vintage and Retro, I did pretty well and went home with a lighter load than when I arrived. It was hard to part with most of the items, as it is when I sell online, but hey, that’s the name of the game right?
On top of that, this week I have had to help my sister move and redecorate an entire house, help another relative move new furniture into their house, my Mother is moving back from Egypt permanently (YEAY!) and I have had a very exciting invitation to collaborate with one of my most favourite people from blog land on an exciting new project! It’s all a bit of a secret at the moment but I promise I will reveal all in due course so keep checking back. It really is very very exciting and will blow your socks off!
In the mean time, Love to you all,