I didn't get any photos at the event, as I stupidly forgot to take my camera, however I have pinched a couple from other people's blogs, or Facebook albums to show the talent, and array of different stalls who had a stall...
These first few photos are courtesy of Chloe Cook, who had a stall selling some of her screen printed work which was all very colourful and interesting!
The Fairbridge charity stall selling an array of different items, from cupcakes to handmade finger puppets - all the money from those sold was going straight back into the charity, which seems to do a very good job of providing a fun place to go for young people in Birmingham. Throughout the day, we met a lot of people who either went to the centre, or volunteered there and all seemed very happy with the services provided by Fairbridge. Hopefully the event raised a fair amount of money for the charity so they can continue to offer the invaluable service to young people.
Next to me at the fair was this beautiful stall, which belonged to Happy Go Loopy's Mel Smith; her stall was full of beautiful, vintage items including tea-sets, and gorgeous handbags. Mel also produces eco soya wax teacup candles, and beautiful handmade stationary items using different vintage inspired papers and imagery.
This is the only picture of my stall that I have at the moment! I think Phil took some on his iPhone, so I may be able to upload some more soon. Overall, I was really happy with the look of my table and the array of different items I had created; everything really fitted in with the 'Teatime at Three' theme, and lots of people commented on how lovely everything looked together. The most popular item of the day was definitely the tea-cup pincushions, so I am continuing to scour the local second-hand shops, and car boot sales for vintage teacups and saucers :)
All in all, I had a really lovely day despite the rain at lunchtime (thank you to everyone who helped moved my stall under the gazebo, without having to move anything off the table!!!!!) and I hope to take part in any future events to help out the Fairbridge charity.