Thursday, 6 October 2011

Photos From My Last Market

St Swithun's Church Hall in Southsea is where my market had it's humble beginnings earlier this year.  Now I run weekly market's at the Guildhall and I've been asked to host a market at the fantastic Little Johnny Russell's as well as running the grand monthly markets in the Guildhall itself.  So it is always lovely when we go back to St Swithun's for my Southsea Boutique Market.

Here are some pictures below that I took at the last market:

The Boutique Market at St Swithun's, Sat 1st Oct

The sun was out but our loyal followers still turned up 

Cup of tea?

Mary from Second Best Furniture amidst her emporium

Gareth Bowen strikes a pose behind the Vintage and Very Nice stall

Vintage & More Than Very Nice

Even more Vintage & Very Nice

Fabulous home ware from Vintage & Very Nice

Blanche & Lola's vintage reworked hairclips

Blanche & Lola's brooches, earrings & necklaces

Blanche & Lola bags

Amy, owner of Blanche & Lola

Lily Belle's knitted & handmade bunting

Fleur & Bird's bargain shabby chic fun

Jan owner of Fleur & Bird

Tina surrounded by her handmade creations with local photographer Paula Bailey

Tina clearly cracked a funny

Local artist Richard Oakes & his beautiful partner

Superb art work and books for sale

Retro Rascals

Huge decoupage selection at Retro Rascals

Sarah of Retro Rascals talks to an excited customer

Nanny's Attic is full of exciting trinkets

Morgana's Fudge, undeniably the best fudge in the world 

Marie Pousardin and her creations

Love At First Sight with Steve Byrne

Pat Ellerby owner of Love At First Sight

The vintage jumpers went down a treat despite the searing October heat!

Urban Alchemy, stunning handmade jewellery

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Shabby Chic Arts & Craft

Gorgeous Baby Gifts

Bunch of Baby Vests Anyone?

Cutey cutey cupcake socks 

The Perfect Newborn Gift

Amy Swanton and her handmade accessories

Pansy & Cha Cha

You can't help but smile

It just makes you so happy!

Tree Decs by Naive Crafts

Fab & Festive for the home

Lisa from Belle's On Her Toes

Retro Designs by Lisa

Boutique Market Hanmade jewellery is always popular

Our cheeky tea girls love to rearrange, "Let Them Eat Cake" into "Let cake eat them..."

The cheesecake gâteaux's are exceedingly popular

Happy Shoppers

Those cheeky tea girls get more beautiful everytime

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