Saturday was a beautiful day here in the Ohio.
The sun was shining bright and with temperatures
in the upper 80's it was a perfect day to visit the
Backwood's Festival near Thornville.
I vow never going again on a Saturday because
the 60 acre festival was packed out with visitors.
There were ingenious crafts for everyone and
Autumn decor in abundance.
I did not get any pictures of the crafts this time
around but there were some of the regulars and a
new clever ideas.
There were Mums, pumpkins, Indian corn, and
gourds for sell at great prices.
Since I did not get many new pictures because
a lot of the crafter's had "No Pictures" signs posted,
I will go into the archives and post the pictures of the
regular crafts and items that were there again.
Talk about Pumpkins.
Flower Rooting containers.
Talk about recycling soda cans. Aren't they gorgeous?
Recycled crafty birdfeeders and glass flowers.
The glass flowers they had for this year were
Fairy Gardens made from hypertufa.
I want one so badly ;-).
And hypertufa Toadstools.
A section was dedicated to early American re-en-actors.
An a giant corn maze.
And food to tempt everyone. All of the trails led
back to the middle where the food was.
Live Bluegrass bands to entertain.
All in al lit was a great day and loads of fun.