As big as it was, there was a lot of empty space compared to previous years.
|Dolls as far as the eye can see...and now we can! This was taken from the stage. You can't see here, but there are two more levels on each side and at the back.|
|I couldn't show how large the place really is without a wide angle lens.|
|This is from the back, facing the stage. This is one of the two upper levels.|
|From the back corner, looking across.|
|I don't know who these dealers are. I was just trying to show the size of the place and some of the stuff being sold.|
I made a few purchases, including a non talking Scooba Doo doll for $2. She has some damage and hair that seriously needs a do,but she'll display fairly well when I'm done with her.
I also bought this really cool set!
|There's no date on it, but it looks to be 70's.|
But the biggest news is that I sold my first 1/48 scale furniture! (I can't say my first furniture because Ivy reminded me that I sold a 1/12 couch.)
I still have a fainting couch in the same fabric.
And a red and white set without the stool. That was the only stool I've made so far. I liked the pleating on it.I have made a few other 1/48 scale pieces.
|Maybe I'll make a stool for this set after all.|
|There is also this fainting couch|
|And this couch.|
The miniature show is next month, so we'll see how I do.