It's Yamboree week! We've been working for months, creating lots of new items for our booth this week! Loading of the trailers has begun, so I've been taking lots of pictures as I head out the door with everything. Here's a preview of some of the things we will have available, starting on Thursday:
Introducing Yeti / Ozark Trails / whatever brand you might have, tumbler wraps! I doubted these cups for a long time and certainly didn't pay for the name brand one, but I now use it daily and love it. This is my cup and I keep a fun wrap on it all the time and it really does keep my drink cold for a long time. This is my Gone Junkin' one, with turquoise fringe.
There's going to be 20 and 30 ounce size cup wraps available in a variety of patterns, so your tumbler will stick out in the crowd! You may notice, the 30 ounce size will also fit on some jar candles for a decorative touch.
The rustic, shabby version.
We will also be offering Build Your Own Gift Baskets for Livestock Buyers Appreciation Gifts. We know the long hours and hard work that has gone into everyone's livestock projects and the nerves and anticipation as show time approaches.
Between Angea and I, we have produced a large assortment of pumpkins!
I've had a few request lately for big hair bows and will have several on headbands or barrettes to choose from.
We will have approximately 150+ repurposed clothing items to choose from! The cold front passing through this week, will be just right for flannel shirts and denim jackets! How cute would the little gypsies be, with these kids sized distressed flannels and a pair of fringe moccasins?!?
Layers of lace adorn several shirts and jackets!
Start gathering your Christmas decorations and gifts now! We will both have an assortment of Christmas wreaths - from rustic country, rope wreaths to traditional styles.
I have lots of burlap stockings and I can't wait to see the French country stockings Angea has made!
Of course, we will have truck and glamper pillows and some will have Christmas trees.
I love tiered trays and Angea's make me swoon, with their upcycled kitchen items!