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27.11.13

Vintage At The Dome


Vintage At The Dome is exactly what it says on the tin. A vintage fair hosted by the fabulous Vintage Suitcase in the historic Devonshire Dome.

I'm lucky enough to live down the road from Buxton so thought I'd pop along for an hour. Two and half hours later I had to tear myself away!

The Devonshire Dome is one of the worlds largest unsupported domes and The Vintage Suitcase crammed it full of gorgeous vintage delights.  There was so much to see and do.  One of the things I love about vintage fairs is the atmosphere.  There are so many friendly traders I could have chatted with them all day!  As well as lots of lovely clothes and homeware from bygone eras there were also many new handcrafted designs made from vintage materials.  There was even a chance to get your hair and make up styled by the awesome  Miss Whittington's Vintage Beauty Parlour and Sassy's Vintage Beauty Parlour

One of my favourite stalls that I need to give a special mention to is Molly Felicity Designs She creates personalised bunting using a photo of your choice. So, for example, you could have your baby's face printed onto one flag and then add to it each year as your child gets older!  This is such a great idea. Not only does it look nice hanging in the nursery but it also makes for a special keepsake. 


Although I could rabbit on all day about the wonderful delights I found, I'll let the pictures do the talking.


Molly Felicity Designs

Molly Felicity Designs


Vintage delights

Sooty
Who remembers Sooty!?

Lots of treasures



Away with the clouds
Away With The Clouds

Designer Marigold
Fabulous collages by Marigold 

Buxton Dome
Traders, traders everywhere


A Very Vintage Christmas
A Very Vintage Christmas


If you liked this post and love vintage then why not visit The Vintage Suitcase at their next big event, A Very Vintage Christmas at Uttoxeter Racecourse. There's lots going on including a Christmas craft workshop, vintage fashion, live music, food stalls, even a retro funfair!  To find out more follow them on Facebook where they'll make you giggle with their daily posts or take a look at their website.

Oooh and just one thing before you go, if you get a chance it would be lovely if you could vote for me over at AHF Bloggers Panel. Thank you.

xx


14 comments:

  1. Sooty, I would have had to buy sooty my youngest two love him. I would have bough the cat ornament for myself too.

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  2. It looks like a fabulous afternoon!

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  3. looks like and amazing place, I would have lost track of time there too.

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  4. Wow so many vintage and kitcsh things! I love it!! :) x

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  5. Oh my word- that looks so gorgeous. I would have loved that. I will certainly check them out on FB. Glad you enjoyed it.

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  6. This looks right up my street, shame it's at the other end of the country :-(

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  7. ooh wow such tempting goodies..

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  8. Wow this looks fantastic! I would have been all over the oven gloves - I love vintage things. Aww poor Sooty! I would have snapped him straight up. Looks like you had a fantastic time x

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  9. I love vintage things, they look so pretty!

    x
    www.forevermissvanity.com

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  10. Oooh looks fab. There aren't enough hours in the day to look at pretty things :) x

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  11. The venue looks amazing so busy! Wish I had known

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  12. That's a good idea- we're not too far from Buxton either x

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  13. I love vintage fairs! That looks lovely!

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  14. Looks fab! Wish we were a bit closer. Love that bunting!!

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