Usually, crowds get me anxious. But not at craft fairs because I know it's ok to push and shove. But today really wasn't too crowded and I only bumped into one small girl who happened to be the same height as my elbow...sorry little girl!
But I did find some great finds. First, a knitted earband. I probably could make one myself, but I don't have enough time, especially with my six goals I'm trying to get done before New Year's. I like the little details on this one - and it can go with black or brown - my staples. $12
Being a good K-State girl, I of course had to come home with something purple! I love this little ring. $5...bam!
The last thing I got for myself were these hand-croqueted dish scrubbers....these are the best and you can't go wrong with $2 ones. I was a little disappointed that two booths down from the one I bought these at, they were selling them for $1. I'm sure these are higher quality though.
My main purpose, however, for attending the craft fair was to get two important gifts for two important people. I came home with three gifts. But I can't reveal them yet!
Now, if only I could have also attended the Holiday Bazaar in Kansas that Lori from Home on the Range Exchange & The Craft Coop was at today!