Georgia Moon at the Fair

September 23rd, 2008 in member junk     
georgiamoon Georgia Terrell, contributor
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My booth.
More of my stuff
An old washstand that didnt stick around long!
Heres an old bathtub that got away clean too!
My booth.

My booth.

I had an especially good time at the Antique show. I sold a lot of my things but you never know what is going to be the hot ticket. This time it seemed to be my bigger, pricier items that sold the best. You go prepared as best as you can and hope you brought the right stuff. I did very well and didn't have to haul a lot of the big things home which is ALWAYS a bonus. Hard work as usual but well worth the effort. I hope all these photos were interesting to you and anyone in this area should check it out next Spring. Thanks, Georgia

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Comments (13)

cedarshake_79 writes: I spy a Setter picture in your booth - is this still available?!?! Chances are probably slim, but I just thought I'd inquire. Posted: 1:25 pm on November 22nd
Meadowview_Farm writes: Georgia...
Thanks for "clearing that up" - just kidding! I figured that - you creative woman you- had found your own way around how to "shelter" your booth. Love it all!!
Kari Posted: 3:37 pm on September 26th
georgiamoon writes: Kari, i don't have a regular EZ-UP canopy so it did not come with a cover at all. I had galvanized pipe cut to the sizes I needed for the structure and put plastic "Feet" on the leg poles and hooked the others together with some corner joiners (I don't know what to call them) that look like small three legged things that hold the whole thing up and the cover is all made up of fabric sorta like a quilt and the scalloped edges hang down over it all. Does that make any sense at all? Hope I cleared up a couple of your questions other words it is all made up...not bought together at all. OK? OK. Glad you like it, Georgia
PS MY friend can make them for the EZ-UP canopy as well. Posted: 1:32 pm on September 25th
Meadowview_Farm writes: Georgia:
Besides the fact that I want to live in your market booth, I do have a Question...was the tent/cover found with the great striped scallops - or did you fancy it up?
Kari Posted: 12:23 pm on September 25th
suewhitney writes: Way to go Georgia! Your booth looks ab fab as always. I see you gave everyone a sneak peek at the outdoor book. I spied re-purposed something in your booth that looked familiar. Ha! Thanks so much for sharing all of these wonderful pictures. Sure looks like it was a wiinner of a sale.

Take care,
Sue Posted: 9:41 am on September 25th
Meadowview_Farm writes: Georgia:
I have been away from the site - working my other job....peaked in today, and there was your wonderful pictures of your beautiful booth. Thank you for the uplift!!
Kari Posted: 6:02 pm on September 24th
georgiamoon writes: First of all ...thank you so much for all the wonderful comments. I feel all warm and fuzzy, NOT kidding! Really I do thank you. As for your questions..The bell was an old Boxing Ring bell from Hungary, really old, really cool, REALLY loud, and went the first day. The green cart with the towels on it is an old warehouse/garden trolley and that and the little wheeled cart thingy with the watering cans (We took the wheels off of an old a baby doll carriage) both sold but you can see them in one of the wonderful settings in Sue's third book. Yes, the bathtub was very heavy and lasted about 1 hour before it was hauled off. It was an old sitz bath from a guy thought I meant a cyst bath and told me where he had one..Too much information!!! Now that was funny! And finally as for the canopy, I did have a friend make that for me and I really think it makes the whole booth super cozy. Now it is time for me to get busy in the shop and do some fall decorating. Love to all, Georgia
PS Ratty my friend, I will have you up for a nice long stay over in the Spring and you can shop to your hearts content! love ya, geo Posted: 1:54 pm on September 24th
shabbychick writes: Georgia - absolutely fabulous booth! I love all the vintage green! The washstand is a great piece (well, there are a lot of great pieces there...and probably mostly "sold", right?).

Kathy Posted: 9:08 am on September 24th
junkrat writes: georgia-numero-uno:
you KNOW i'm not in the area..., but i CAN be!! please, Please, PLEASE remind me when the next one comes around! i just might need another road trip by then :)
and next time, i won't bring ANY SUITCASES..., unless they're EMPTY ones [more room for tasty junktiques!!]
love ya, georgia-the-rat Posted: 11:26 pm on September 23rd
CottageElements writes: Hi, Georgia! Your booth looks great! Love the striped canopy. There are a few things I'd like to have. The washstand is very cool, the little cart, the cart you have towels hanging over. Looks like my kind of sale. I gotta come out and visit you! I might need a trailer though. Hope you sold lots!

Lanette Posted: 6:44 pm on September 23rd
MimiToria writes: What's the bell everyone is fighting over? Posted: 6:03 pm on September 23rd
MimiToria writes: Oh man, Georgia, that bathtub has got to of been heavy!!! I hope it sold.
You're booth display is very good. The fresh flowers and all is such a nice touch too.
Is that an overlay you made for an EZ up canopy I see in your booth? The striped fabric in the 1st photo. If so, what an incredible idea you've created.
Gretchen Posted: 6:03 pm on September 23rd
WhisperWood Cottage writes: Noooo! I want the bell! I was just going to ask the same thing! And how about that green cart with the towels on it...still available?

Amy Posted: 4:24 pm on September 23rd
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