New Zealand miniaturist Judy Foster heard my Facebook call for Whittaker's L&P mini bars and bought me a couple of bags. Plus two black and white cat coasters she's had for ever and no longer needs, one of which she thought looked a lot like Nibbs (and she was right), a 'Be a healthy Kiwi' poster, which matches the full-sized one I have in my top cupboard, and a director's chair.
Adelaide Cann dropped off this package of coffee and ring binders as I was setting up on Friday night.
Blog reader Catherine visited with these large printed rugs which she'd made and didn't have a use for and thought I might like. She says she got the canvas from ALDI a couple of years ago: I'll be watching for it to turn up again so I can buy some.
Adelaide returned on Saturday with these IKEA-inspired bed trays, plus another set of her cars and planes so I had a spare wheel after last year's whoopsie when putting them together.
And, soon after, local friend Rosemary arrived with a bag of printer's offcuts that she thought I could use for making miniature books.
A group of stall-holders had dinner together on Saturday night and Adelaide gave each of us a tiny koala holding a macaron.On Sunday the fabulous Jewel Lewis gave me two of her New Zealand cuddly toy kits,
complete with New Zealand-themed black and white tissue wrapping.
Then my table mate Jennifer gave me the left over clay and tools from the recent Lidi Stroud Italian Courtyard workshop she attended, plus a piece of lovely 50s-style black and white fabric.
And that's not all: I had another very generous offer which I shall keep under wraps until that parcel arrives. I'm feeling very spoilt.