Tuesday, November 03, 2009

VintageFest Registration is open!!

Check out the schedule of events below and class information. Links are provided to take you right to the site where you need to go (but you can find the products under "Classes and Events" in the General Store).



Schedule of Events


9:00 a.m - On Site Store Opens


10:00a.m. - 12:00p.m. - Shabby Framed Collage Class


12:00p.m. - 1:00p.m. - Lunch provided (for those who have signed up for both classes)


1:00p.m. – 3:00p.m. – Shuttle service provided to The Antique Mall in Hermitage with over 40 booths (including Jenni’s). Shuttle service/shopping with Jenni is provided for those who have signed up for at both classes. Room will be open for cropping during this time as well as an alternative.

3:00p.m. – 5:00p.m. – Vintage Bookplate Ornament Class


5:00p.m. – 10:00p.m. – Crop and Shop (drinks and snacks will be provided)



• Registration is now available for individual classes, all day event (both classes, lunch, shuttle and cropping) or the evening crop under “Classes and Events” in the General Store.

• The On-Site Store will open at 9:00a.m. and close at 10:00p.m. Anyone can come and shop at anytime (there is no fee to enter). We will have great discounts on past kits as well as misc. papers and embellishments. However, our “store” has become famous for our unique vintage and antique finds including old ledger and music papers, salt and pepper shakers full of glass glitter, vintage Christmas garlands and ornaments, old rhinestone jewelry pieces, display pieces for your home studio, vintage cards and bits and baubles and SO MUCH MORE! New this year – Jenni’s one-of-a-kind jewelry made from vintage and antique materials. Perfect for gift giving! We will of course also have the full line of Jenni Bowlin Studio products.

• Every purchase at the store will enter you into the drawing for several door prizes throughout the day (you do not have to be present to win).

• Rooms are available at the brand new Hampton Inn at $99 per night. Call them at 553-5900. (p.s. – Southwest is flying pretty cheap to Nashville right now! The Mt. Juliet Hampton Inn is approx. 12 miles from the Nashville International Airport).

• Door prizes will also be drawn in each class!



Shabby Framed Collage
It’s all in the details! Tiny squares make up a detailed collage full of vintage papers, stamped images and “mini” versions of JBS products, all neatly presented in a die cut wood frame ready for display. Keep for yourself or give as a gift! Bring your own photo (black and white works best sized to 2 ¼” wide by 3 ½” tall) or add it later (or use the “adopted relative” shown here and included in your kit)!



Vintage Bookplate Ornaments –
Classic bookplates meet vintage papers, ephemera and embellishments to create one classy set of ornaments! Learn how to make a sweet fluffy wreath from vintage pipe cleaners and create dangles with vintage feather tree ornaments. Everything is provided to create 3 ornaments as shown. Bring 1 small (approx. 2.5” with room for cropping) photo. Please bring a set of jewelry pliers and wire cutters should you have them (several will be provided for use however).


For those of you who aren't in our neck of the woods, we will be having a special "Holiday Open House" at the site beginning November 20th. More information on those offerings soon!


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9 comments:

carol said...

cute stuff

Anonymous said...

Love your ornaments!! Such vintage goodness. LenaS

Eileen@Star'sFault said...

the little collage is adorable and would be so fun to make!

Blessings ~ Eileen @ Star's Fault

stephanie howell said...

um, how far is TN from columbus, ga?? hmmmm. xo

Karen said...

Oooh! Yay Jenni! I was wondering if you would have this again this year! Last year was great! Sounds like this year's event will be even better!!!

Jane Jeffress Thomas said...

Adorable things you have shared!!!

pta4him said...

Wow, this sounds like great fun! I'm seeing if I can make plans to attend.

Janet said...

I am signed up and can not wait!

Mom said...

I was wondering what those vintage dixie cups were for when I was home! Looks great. Loved seeing the boys & the house. Love & Luck, Mom