Monday, 28 November 2016

Wednesday, 9 November 2016

Tuesday, 8 November 2016


beautiful  - one word to describe the day!!!

vendors, customers, volunteers, helpers, and location and the 
          ++ weather!!!!!!   

Thank you to the talented makers, curators and fun creatives who brought their best to Vintage With Flair - Christmas in the Country!!!  

Thank you to all our families, friends and volunteers, you are appreciated more than words can say!!!!
willing to get down and fix it!!! 

Thank  you to our customers and friends, who support our work!!! I know you found some amazing unique gifts and finds!!!

Congratulations to the 10 door prize winners!!! Enjoy!!!
vendors donated prizes!!

Thank you to for participating in our event and we are delighted to share  a portion of our door entry with you!!! 

The following is a recap of the vendor lineup!!!

1.  Misty's Designs
2.  Bird on a Barbed Wire
3.  Stitch Plus Stitch
4.  Flint and Feather
5.  The Ellebee Tree
6.  Emmalina Blanche
7.  Whitebarn Vintage Designs
8.  Poofs Potpourrie
9.  Monkey Business Vintage Decor
10. Wardrobe
11. Gillian Mitchell Designs
12. Romancing the Home
13. The Copper Grove
14. A Little Forked Up
15. Homebody-Sara Girletz Art
16. Aunties in the Attic-Plaster Paint
17. Antiques New to You
18. Hot Rocks Glass Jewels
19. Lost Valley Textiles
20. The Collective-Fort MacLeod
21. Wow and Then - vintage
22. sue loves junk
23. Magpie Maggie
24. Indulgence at Home

Tuesday, 1 November 2016



Melinda Peckam and
L.C. Donald 

Vintage With Flair online contest winners of $50.00 each !!!!!!      

Monday, 26 September 2016

Vintage With Flair - Christmas in the Country - Charity Partner!!!

As one of our mandates for Vintage With Flair markets is to partner with at minimum one local charity, and it is our pleasure to announce that FRFA.. OR better known as Feline Rescue Foundation of Alberta, will be our represented charity for Vintage With Flair -Christmas in the Country 2016!!
  The  Feline Rescue Foundation of Alberta (“FRFA”) is a registered charity based in Calgary that provides rescue, rehabilitation and re-homing for cats living on city streets and rural areas. We are a NO-KILL organization.  

Monday, 19 September 2016

Gillian Mitchell Ceramics - Artist Statement

Complete artist statement for Gillian Mitchell Ceramics, 

Artist Statement
Gillian Mitchell

I believe my ceramic work bridges the gap between sculptural and functional.  There has to be enough visual interest through familiar and unfamiliar, or unrecognizable textures, to allow my functional work to come to life. These textures are inspired by the natural aspects of beautiful places I have travelled to in Canada and around the world.
Nearest to my home in Calgary, the Grassi Lakes hike in the Rocky Mountains in Canmore has provided plentiful visual stimulation that comes across in my ceramics. Most inspiring are the rock formations on the hike up, the brightly coloured pools at the top, and the lush vegetation on the way down.  
Moving farther away from the prairies and to the ocean, the living fluid life-forms of coral reefs have always been an inspiration.  Repeated patterns like those found while snorkeling in Costa Rica, Mexico and Dominican Republic constantly surface in my work.
Though the inspiration for much of my work comes from around the world, it is still grounded in the prairies.  Much of the textures I use to replicate mountains and coral reefs are directly from the grasslands in which I grew up.