On the road again...

April 15th, 2009 in member junk     
shabbychick Kathy Stantz, contributor
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Great stuff...old wooden boxes, a farm table, and beautiful sideboard...
This vanity is one-of-a-kind - with our fun, handpainted flowers!  Id like to keep this one!
This old box is so cool.  (and we didnt even have to paint it!)
Some great old feeders (I think!)...
An old smoking stand - its smoke-free now!  And a great limey green!
Great stuff...old wooden boxes, a farm table, and beautiful sideboard...

Great stuff...old wooden boxes, a farm table, and beautiful sideboard...


Well...we're hitting the road to the great state of Kentucky - Burlington, to be exact.  It's our first flea market of the season, and we're ready to set it up and sell it!!!  We've got some great stuff and wanted to share a few pieces with y'all!

We've been fixing, painting, and pricing our fingers off the last few weeks - and now we're all packed up and ready to go.  Praying for nice weather and lots of new customers!  If anyone is in the area, we're at the Boone County Fairgrounds this Sunday, April 19th - here's the link...  http://www.burlingtonantiqueshow.com/  Would love to meet some of our junkmarketstyle members! 

P.S.  You can see more pics on my blog:  www.sylviasdaughter.blogspot.com

 

 


Pattern or design used: My Own Design - Kathy & Terri of Nostalgia's Cottage
posted in: member junk, flea market, vintage, cottage, furniture, chic

Comments (16)

shabbychick writes: Thanks for all the comments everybody. Unfortunately...Mother Nature won this one...we had a few hours of clear skies in the morning on Sunday (started selling at 6:00 a.m.), but rained out by noon. There were still those diehard shoppers trudging around, and there were some sales - we covered our expenses - but, that's the fleamarket business...

HOWEVER, it was a girls' weekend and we had our two friends with us - we had a blast on our travels, made a couple new friends - found some really great junk (will post later) and wore ourselves out laughing (that's a good thing!!). After we got back, I left my friend's house - and on the way home found a "gift" by the side of the road - a "free" sign sitting in front of an old wooden hand plow "thingie", so I had to turn around (as it was screaming at me to put it in my garden), and threw it in the back of my (already pretty full) van! So...all is well!!! :)

Also, we were invited to be vendors at an Antique Festival in Waynesville, Ohio - it'll be awesome - Waynesville is called the "Antique Capital of the Midwest"...it'll be huge fun and a great show!

Thanks again, everyone! Posted: 2:00 pm on April 20th
JunkArchitect writes: Everything looks fantastic and I’m sure your booth will be incredible. Good luck.

Jim Posted: 10:40 am on April 19th
MimiToria writes: Great stuff Kathy. Hope you guys sell out. yes, they are chicken feeders you're selling. So fun with grass growing out of those holes at this time of the year.
Gretchen Posted: 10:05 pm on April 17th
junkermidge writes: Your stuff looks great! Hope you have a great weekend.
Midge Posted: 12:23 am on April 17th
suewhitney writes: Kathy...great stuff. LOVE the cool box.Good luck and let us all know how it goes!

Safe travels,
Sue Posted: 10:47 pm on April 16th
OldBarnRescue writes: Wish I was going to be in the area -- you have beautiful things! Posted: 9:12 pm on April 16th
georgiamoon writes: As another one that takes her "show on the road", I can tell you'll have a fabulous booth and a great sale. All of your hard work will pay off, big time! Good luck to you, and let us know how it goes, love, Geo Posted: 3:03 pm on April 16th
CottageElements writes: Kathy, here's to a great show and a great time! Wish I could come visit!

Lani Posted: 9:42 am on April 16th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Your booth is going to look so inviting and will draw customers to it in droves!

Have great fun and sell, sell, sell!!

Candy Posted: 7:28 am on April 16th
junkntrunk writes: Your pieces never cease to amaze me! Love seeing all of your finds, creative collaboration and awesome pics! BTW, thanks for the comment you left on my page in December! I hadn't checked my page in forever and saw that I had a ton of comments...and I thought I had no love! I just started a blog also, check it out when you get time. It's still under construction but I am excited about it! www.menmyhouseblog.blogspot.com. Much love to you and have an awesome week! Posted: 5:01 am on April 16th
shabbychick writes: Thanks everybody for your comments! I'm hoping our customers feel the same way!! :)

piecesofthepast - if you go to the link for the show you can get a map - hoping you're nearby...it's a really nice show - beautiful country setting - good vendors & good food! Would love to meet you!

Jenny, I really like the box too. I put pics on my blog and one of my friends posted a request to buy it - wish we had 6 more to sell!!

Janis, the color of the table is awesome - and I distressed the heck out of it to get back some of the original (gray) paint too - it's a nice mix.

Take care, Kathy Posted: 10:57 pm on April 15th
fellowjunker writes: Oh Kathy.......have you ever been busy. This is an amazing collection of beautiful vintage pieces. It would break my heart to part with them..that colour of blue is gorgeous!!! I wish you were coming my way for the sale. Best of luck!!!
xojanis Posted: 10:47 pm on April 15th
oldnews writes: Wow, wish I lived in Kentucky...You have beautiful stuff! Marie Posted: 9:40 pm on April 15th
writes: Go get 'em Kathy!
You have some great stuff and will do just fabulous!

PS - I really like that old box...

:-) JennyK


Posted: 7:15 pm on April 15th
piecesofthepast writes: I live in Kentucky! I need to look this place up and find out where it is! Maybe I will see you there. Posted: 6:36 pm on April 15th
alicemom writes: Kathy,
You have some great stuff. I feel you will do great. The 1st market is always the best! I love the vanity with round mirror. The paint job is great. Good luck & be safe on the trip.
smiles,
Alice Posted: 6:07 pm on April 15th
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