Thursday, July 12, 2007

Saturday at the Market

This weekend, Saturday, July 14, Lemon Cadet is heading to Lancaster, PA for the Historic East Side "Eastern Market." At the corner of East King and Shippen Streets in downtown Lancaster.

As always, there's going to be something new that's not in the Etsy shop yet. This time it's really big striped bean dolls. They're all finished and ready to go.

For this event, I'll only have room for one table. That's a big switch from being able to use the space of the whole tent like the last couple of shows. So I spent some time figuring out how I want it to look since I have a wider variety of items now. I left all the baskets and bowls empty and took a quick picture for reference. I'm going to print it out and bring it with me.

Find directions here. Photos of the event here. The weather is going to be amazing: sunny and warm without any rain. I'll be in the big building, just inside the doors next to StephanieGibson and her beautiful jewelry. You'll also get a chance to meet my talented mom.

There's no entry fee and it goes from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m.


Vintage Indie said...

This looks like a lot of fun and I love the Bean Dolls!

Steph said...

It was fun getting to know you in person!

Jenna Lou said...

I love your table set up!! It looks so good and everything matches so well. I'm starting to freak about getting mine together for Renegade because I don't even have a slightest idea what I'll be doing yet!!

Your beans are my favorite :D

iSew said...

Looks like a fun place to do a market, I hope it went well for you. I'm sure the table looked great. I think your yellow theme probably stands out and attracts attention.

Beth Lemon said...

Thanks for the comments you guys!

Steph, it was so awesome hanging out with you.

I'll be writing a blog post later today all about the market.

pinkmilk said...

That's nice that you could all meet up and what cute stalls - everyone looks so proud!

bencandance said...

I like that table set-up! So cheerful, so bright, so...lemony! :)

Beth Lemon said...