Potter Louis Nappi said clouds kept the air cool and encouraged more people to get out.
Artists Jason and Kara Wilson said they had a good turnout.
“People seem to be buying stuff, which is great,” Jason Wilson said.
Chuck and Anne Disher of Tupelo set out in hopes of finding a 50th wedding anniversary gift and lucked out when they found an artist who takes old post office boxes and transforms them into beautiful oak boxes.
“We found this one, P.O. Box 50,” Chuck Disher said. “It worked out perfectly.”
Anne Disher said she also purchased some pottery.
However, not everyone set out with an item in mind.
Justin and Kathy Harrington of Pontotoc stumbled across a unique bird house.
“This, it’s just a funky bird house with an old drill for a perch,” Justin Harrington said.
He said he wasn’t searching for anything in particular but the bird house made by Frank Saggus caught his eye.
Terry Harbin of Tupelo stumbled across a collection of hanging glass seagulls.
“They were just really neat, hanging and spinning in the wind,” Harbin said. “I’m going to hang them from a tree in my yard.”
The festival opens again today at 10:30 a.m.