If you are anywhere near Atlanta, then you might want to check out this weekends Country Living Fair in Stone Mountain hosted by Country Living Magazine. I was able to attend it a few seasons ago and am reposting a few unique and spooky finds that might inspire your own Halloween decor.
My eye went right to these exquisitely made pieces by Letty Worley, she makes her unique creations from salvaged vintage relics, trims and mohair.
Some are even functional like this needle holder on the left. Others are just wonderful pieces of art. All are signed and one of a kind.
With Halloween just a week away, many booths included spooky inspired wares. Among my favorites were Cottage Farm Chic a dealer at Lakewood 400 who had these fun little pumpkins.
as well as these sweet witches...
and even a few tricks with these crowd stopping 3D photos.
A witchy birdhouse with enough whimsy to display all year round by Willow Nest Farm.
Sweet little tags from the Ribbon Emporium and a carved owl by one of the many artists showing at the fair.
If your little witch is in need of some good transportation, this dealer did it old school, handmade brooms created on site were selling like hot cakes. You had a choice of natural or finished wood handles.
How about a knock from this pair of trick or treaters?
I was particularly drawn to these unique hand painted dolls by Cart Before the Horse. Made with muslin they use multiple layers of paint, sanding each layer down and repainting till they get this wonderful result.
all photos & content © Lara Rossignol