8.09.2011

Horseshoe Market


Over the weekend, I had a chance to visit the Horseshoe Market in Denver. I knew I was in the right place the minute I saw the big "HOWDY!" sign greeting me on the sidewalk. Multiple craft and flea market vendors set up shop, along with a few delicious food vendors too. First stop, Cake. And a delectable homemade cherry pop tart. Went perfectly with an iced tea from MODesTEA. But on to the shopping highlights...

Can't wait to check out their store in Historic Downtown Littleton.
Their booth was a complete treasure trove.

Looking forward to their upcoming Screen printing Workshops.

Her jewelry is so gorgeous in person.
The perfect bridesmaid, sister, mom, best friend, myself gift.

Fantastic local microsoapery (don't you love that!)
with only the finest for your finest. Can't wait to try the sugar scrub.

A romantic, vintage appeal with clothing, bags and beautiful art.

Fabulous screen printed brooches and necklaces.

Fantastic upcycled and vintage inspired burp cloths and kitchen linens.

Fun and funky art prints. Including the neighborhoods of Denver.
Check out her etsy site for more of her great city prints.

Watching her make a notebook, at the booth, was fascinating.
What a joy to think that the consumer can be a part of the whole process.

Shabby chic refinished furniture. I wanted it all.

Upcycled, recycled and vintage furniture finds. 
They had the best file cabinet end tables.

Retro, hand-tailored children's clothing. Super, super cute.

And of course, one last stop for lunch on the way out from
NZ's Smokin' Guns BBQ. Another foodie success.
Just glad I didn't stop at Cream City Treats on the way to the car.
The ice cream sandwiches looked delish - not sure I could
have stopped at just one with the crazy heat we had!

Mark your calendars for the next Horseshoe Craft Fair
on Saturday, October 1st from 9 am - 4 pm.