Well I ummed and arred about whether to get my ticket to this show. I wasn't sure what to expect other than a crowd and I have such a hard time dealing with crowds I couldn't make up my mind. Truthfully I left it so long that they had actually sold out the whole weekend and I thought I had missed out. I regretted instantly not having bought my ticket. Then as luck would have it they managed to extend capacity for Sunday's show and offered tickets to their Cake & Bake Club memebers. Yayyyy! I snatched mine up right away. Yes the lure of all things Cake is stronger than my crowd phobia, LOL.
My plan was to get there first thing when they opened Sunday Morning in order to beat the crowd and get in as much as possible early on. I was a bit worried when I approached Earls Court and they ushered us into a very long que under the building. But it was not as bad as it first seemed. The crowd quickly dispursed as we went into the show and it was very easy to walk around and browse and get right up to the stands.
The first stand that caught my eye was Dinky Doodle where Dawn Butler was demonstrating her fabulous Dinky Doodle Airbrush. I'm a big fan of Dawn's work and Facebook Page and I've had my eye on that Airbrush for a while now. I got the chance to try out the airbrush at her stand and absolutely loved it. But sadly its £120 I simply don't have at the moment. I will do a special feature on the blog if I ever manage to get one, fingers crossed.