Today’s Vintage Market

What a wonderful day spent with friends at Junk In The Trunk Vintage Market today!  So much talent in one place!  I have no idea how many fellow “Junker’s” joined us today but…there was a lot!!!  I wish I would have had more time to shop myself and take more photos but I managed to squeeze in these before the gate opened at 7:30am.  



Here’s some pics of our booth…so glad my husband could join me.  I don’t know how I would do it without him!!!

Our neighbors and friends ~ Recycled Ranch ~ Brenda has such a great eye for iron works and colorful design!  Her sister joined her displaying her creative jewelry designs!  (Brenda even made an extra peanut butter and jelly sandwich for Dave…he was a happy camper!) 


Mad For Wood showcased her amazing work once again.

Furniture Affair had a beautifully displayed booth.  The team was hard at work late into the night ~ it was well worth it…they did a fabulous job! 
 Sharing the yummy colors of CeCe Caldwell’s Chalk Paint

 Oh…you must take note of this gorgeous french provincial style dresser ~ I painted it at Furniture Affair last week with CeCe Caldwell’s Chalk Paint.  It was my first time using this brand of chalk paint and it went on so smooth and easy!  Love it!  Furniture Affair offers paint classes if you’re interested!  This piece sold right away!

I am so thankful for such a beautiful and successful day!  A special thank you to the Junk In The Trunk ladies for allowing me to be apart of such a great show!  You are an awesome bunch!!!  Can’t wait until next time!



God is good and I give Him all the glory!

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  1. What a great looking booth, I love everything and the needle point chair is adorable!! I don’t know how you have enough energy left to put up a post??!!

    Carol

  2. This looks like heaven to me! I could wander around for hours there!

  3. Lovely! Oh the eye candy! That dresser is awesome – no wonder it sold right away! I have cece caldwell paints on my to-get list! I have ASCP but I want to try cece’s too!

    • Thank you…I love both paints but CeCe’s is a little less expensive, at-least where I live. The paint classes we offer at Furniture Affair where I have a booth are about half the price as well. I still make most of my chalk paint though to keep costs down! :)

  4. This is great!! I would not be able to help myself. I would have to ask for some help to restrain myself with this one.

    Cynthia

  5. Oh so glad to hear you had such a great time! We loved having you join us with all your beautiful finds!

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