The sign outside the venue for the craft fair was so cute with the little flags! And the place was so packed -- it was nice to see so many people supporting independent artists.
There were also tons of delicious food. This cupcake had Blue Moon in it and was surprisingly tasty. And yes, my nails were green at the time.
Some amazing products: Felted plants (that won't die in your office), vases and containers for Japanese ikebana (flower arrangements), scarves with song lyrics cut in, cute BART onesie.
More cool stuff: Some vases and containers, Posters by Gigart -- we bought the Chicago poster for the BF's office, chalkboard signs -- we bought one of these for the BF's office as well. I love our !? picture, don't you?
Outside Fort Mason Center. It wasn't planned, but the contrast of my outfit against the water's pretty cool IMHO.
We finished off a super fun day by going to the Ferry Building for some amazing drip coffee and cheese from Cowgirl Creamery. Cowgirl is great because you take a number and describe the types of cheese you like. The folks behind the counter scrape some cheese samples for customers to try and then you order what you want by weight. I try to go here any time I'm in the area (which isn't as often as I'd like). We then got dinner in the Inner Sunset area at Park Chow.
We had pesto lasagna, a wedge salad and two desserts: pecan pie a la mode and ginger cake with pumpkin ice cream. The pie was just the right amount of sweetness with nice big pecans. The ginger cake was spicy and the ice cream cut into it perfectly. It was an amazing end to an amazing day.
Hope your enjoyed the recap as much as I did the actual day! Thanks for stopping by :D.