Sunday, June 16, 2013

My Vintage Market Booth

First off - Happy Dad's Day to all the wonderful dad's out there - especially mine.  My dad helped me out at the vintage market this weekend.  I think he's starting to get the hang of it.  He was a pretty good salesman.  Mom helped too - she's great at organizing and packing.  So you can see why I need them both!  I'm so lucky to have such supportive parents.

Anyway, I finally remembered (and had time) to take pictures about 5 minutes before the gates opened at 8am on Saturday morning.  Here's what we came up with in the 2 hours we had to set up.  Also, during set up is when the dealers usually shop, so there are a few in the pictures (and mom and dad).















I bought some a lot of linens off of one of the dealers who was destashing because she was trying to start her own sewing business.  It never hurts to ask, "How much for all of them?"

It was a beautiful day, I met lots of great people, and unfortunately this will be my last market until August, because I have a summer class I have to take for my Masters program (at Butler - Go Bulldogs!).  It meets on Saturdays, which means less auctions and junkin.

If you saw anything from above that you just have to have - please email me (melissasantiques AT gmail DOT com).  If you're local you can come pick it up.  If you're not, I can list on etsy and will ship to you.

Linking to:

Costal Charm: Nifty Thrifty
A Living Space: The Nifty Thrifty
Sir-Thrift-a-Lot: Thriftasaurus
Remnant
Joyful Treasure Hunting
The Thrifty Groove: Thrifty Things Friday
Apron Thrift Girl: Thrift Share Monday

6 comments:

  1. I never tire of looking at all the goodies!!

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  2. Wow, looks like a lot of fun and thrifty treasures! I love going to places like this. thank you for sharing at TTF!

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  3. Well that looks like a really fun booth and a great afternoon!!!

    Smiles,
    Rachael
    The Joyful Thrifter

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  4. I wish we had antiques fairs around here. I hope you had a good day. i like your set-up.

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  5. It looks awesome! I was drooling as you uploaded pics onto Facebook. Good luck with your summer class. What are you getting your masters in?

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  6. Hope you made a lot of sales. Looks like lots of good stuff there!
    Liz

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