What a fun, fun weekend ... three days of hanging out with old antiqueing friends, and meeting new friends too!!
I am including some shots of my booth for this post, and will share some other goodies at the show later this week.
The clock shelf was a lot of fun ... I can't seem to stop buying them. They always looks so good in groupings. The large alarm clock, just below the safari hat, sold to a girl who is doing a Alice in Wonderland theme baby shower ... what a fun, fun idea!
As you can see, I made use of my mix and match pennant banners again, and got a special order to make one for one customer, while another said she wished I just had individual letter pennants so she could buy ones to spell what she wants ... what a great idea ...
This great antique funeral flower tin basket got a lot of attention, but it always does, decorated with one of Karen's great French label designs from Graphics Fairy. Isn't the table it sits on charming? That was a find at Fleattitude a couple of weeks ago.
And just for fun, let me introduce you to a couple of interesting people I met at the show. Above is Gertrude the Goose, whose people adopted her as a hatchling and raised her like a child so that she accepts them as her parents.
To the right is a dear lady that I met that is definitely a kindred spirit. I love her black and white style!!
My antique show partner, Bruce, brought in some old store stock letters and numbers. Not all letters were available, but I was able to spell Pollyanna ... in a future post I will share how I have decided to use them.
Thanks for coming along to take a peek at the show, I hope you got a sense of how much fun it is to be a dealer in an antique show!!