When over 200,000 people descend upon your area, you better be ready. I have spent much of this week fluffing and stuffing my booth as the Master's Golf Tournament plays out its drama.
I have tagged hundreds of small items and primped the displays daily.
One last day - Sunday. I will then collapse in a tired heap.
BUT I have a shopping trip planned for Tuesday - that will perk me up!
As for now enjoy the photos. Some items are sold and displays have been rearranged, but essentially these are my two booths.
I always try to have easily packable items for visitors.
I have tagged another fifty or so books tonight to take.
Vintage books sell fast.
All that is left of the hares. No more until next year.
I will need to replenish the paper tags and book pages next week.
Sorry about the wonky colors. This booth is dark and I lightened it just a teensy bit too much!
That darn Pic Monkey!
There are several things at marked down prices. I am trying to clear out some things to make room for new.
This is the entrance of the smaller booth - pretty in pink and green.
I just remembered I forgot to take a box of vintage frames today.
More work for tomorrow!
Stacks of lace panels and tablecloths.
The twig furniture looks great on a primitive bench.
Vintage ticking cases and fabrics.
People must be wondering what to do with these. They are in different places every day!
Here we are - come and get whatever you desire. There are over a hundred dealers selling everything antique, vintage, or contemporary.
I am so tired that I wish I had just left in the typos and let you decipher what I had written! I will be back with a project or two later in the week and of course I will share our finds from the trip on Tuesday!
You don't think I would go anywhere without buying something rusty, crusty, or old?