This is the view from the main entrance but it goes on further than what this shows. It was free to get into to and thankfully the unpredictable Colorado weather behaved. It was a beautiful day!
They had cute signs at the different entrances.
Some of the vendors were really creative with their displays. This one let you look at vintage merchandise in his Airstream. It was so neat, I've never been in one before.
A couple different vendors used their antique VW Buses as displays. This one was selling neat found object jewelry, beads and pendants. You just don't see displays like this in Colorado Springs. It was so inviting and fun!
Check out this super cool desk that begged me to take it home. It was wonderfully crafted and would have fit perfectly in the basement. Sadly, my budget didn't allow for the price they deserved to get for it.
So now we have plans for July, October and December. Sweet!
I wish I had taken more pictures of the different booths to share with you guys. Next time I won't make the same mistake, and there will for sure be a next time because we had so much fun! All of the vendors were super nice, and had great stuff, plus it was all current. So many of the summer craft shows down here sell 90's style craft stuff and this was not at all like that. It was well curated and laid out with thought and care. Way to go organizers!!! Now if they just had the spectacular Bloody Mary's that were at Junk Bonanza...
Part 3: Mid Mod Mall