Monday, April 30, 2012

Plucky Pictures & A Thank-you!

A big Plucky thank-you to Pam, and her crew of Plucky Maiden's for putting on another great show. It is always a great day when I get to hang with my besties from A Vintage Gathering group. And of course it would not be possible without all you wonderful customers that keep us striving for bigger and better! Plus, I just LOVE doing what I do, and I'll keep following my passion, until I can go no more. Is that possible?! This is a picture of my space with my sister, Jeanna, and her daughter, Shelby.
Jeanna, and Shelby of Rustoration. Jeanna has only been doing this a few years now, and she has a really great eye for interesting things. I love what she always brings to the flea. Shelby has really got into jewelry making, and it is hard to believe she is only 16 years old, and my very talented niece!
Cher of Voondi always keep us smiling!
Sue of Birdsong, and her equally talented boyfriend Phil. Phil has been making rustic furniture from  reclaimed wood, and it is beautiful! I think Phil is really getting into this business
Sarah, of Roost was my neighbor on the other side of the street. It was great to look at all her beautiful eye candy all day long! I finally caved in, and bought one of her great pillows, that she and her mom make.
Annette of Andy's Attic, and MaryJo of Faded Rosie. MaryJo made me the cutest purse to use for the show! It got alot of compliments! And yes, she does take orders for them.

Thursday, April 26, 2012

Locked & Loaded & Ready For Plucky!

Just a few sneak peeks of what are heading over to the Plucky Maiden Flea Market this weekend. The pre-fest begins Friday night at 5pm-8pm, and continues on Saturday at 10am-4pm. We would love to see you all there! I will be vendor #36, right in between my sister, Jeanna of "Rustoration", and Sue from "Bird Song". They both have the bestest stuff! And as it turns out, you will also see more familiar faces from A Vintage Gathering Flea Market on our street.

Mr. Frog was the last thing to be loaded, so I had to snap a picture of him. He is ready to party!  

Sunday, April 1, 2012

Go Big Or Go Home!

Hello there, my friends! I guess it's been awhile since I have done a sorry! So, what's new?! Joanne, at Camas Antiques called me, and offered me a bigger space, and of course I had to jump on that bandwagon. Bigger is better, right? No pressure........keeping my new bigger and better space full, and tidy. Yeah, I can do that!

This awesome windmill that I just took in, would not had fit in my smaller space. It has been spinning all winter long in my back yard just waiting for it's spring debut. Today is the last day of the birthday bash at Camas Antiques, and all the dealers are having sales. I have 10% off of everything in my space.

I also just took in this metal industrial cart last week. I found it in an old barn, and I think it would make a fun bar on wheels! I don't buy anything, that I don't love myself, and I am loving it!

I also still have my primitive work table with the two vises on it. I'm not really too much in a hurry to sell it, because it is such a great display piece. The shelf that I have on it, seems to match it perfectly.

St. Francis is in the house!

Do you ever have a piece of furniture that just won't sell? I have had this adorable old Victorian half chest forever! It is in perfect shape, and I just don't get it! I just reduced the price to $52, so I just want it gone! If someone were to buy it today, it would be another 10% off. Anyone?............ On another note, I have also been busy getting ready the Plucky Maiden flea market in just 27 days! My sister will selling in her own space right next to me, and I tell you what! She has some great stuff! Her and I were the only two at a big ol' barn sale last weekend, and we could hardly contain our excitement! We were like kids in a candy store! She was gawking at my pile (sorry, I got there first!), and I was drooling over her pile. Yes, we were in farm junk heaven! I even found a mid-century tulip chair sitting in the loft of the barn. Who woulda thunk?! I love my job!