For instance, I really wanted to instantly take home...
this gorgeous necklace by Katy Jane,
and fun, fun glass bead necklaces by Sue Hunnel for outfits of a different color,
and this coral necklace by Deb Schussler for more dramatic occasions.
Since I'm wearing out my imaginary purse with all this fantasy shopping, and the weather might turn soon, one of these recycled innertube bags by Tyler Dones will be perfect.
These yard signs that Tarra Hartlauer makes are pretty adorable, maybe having one would inspire me to clean up the garden,
and I wouldn't likely wear a ring topped with a birthday cake or a plate of cookies, but that doesn't stop me from wanting all of them. Erica Hardin makes amazing tiny things.
After I've carted all my treasures home, I'll slip on these glorious clogs from Bob Walling's booth,
and curl up with a nice cup of tea in one of Amanda Ryznar's porcelain mugs (I'd
and I'll sit and remember seeing this scrimshaw necklace that Jeff Wilson made from an antique piano key and hope it's still there next week.
Truth be told, I do shop at the Market, and I have acquired many beautiful things over the years. But I can't help but fantasize about buying anything and everything that catches my eye...