I did very well on my "business" trip. I finally emptied out all of my bags and put everything in places that I can remember where they are. I'm a little more organized now this year than I was last year, so I think I'll be able to remember. And I've been trying to phase out of making over old furniture but I just couldn't resist--
This Singer sewing table makes a great base for a table. We have larger cupboard doors and they make the perfect table top!
I really do have a problem with lace.
And do you think I have enough knobs now?.........I don't know......
Did I mention that I'm also partial to vintage kitchen towels and ladies' hankies? Hankies!!--how could you not love these?! And don't forget about those buttons!!
And I'm always on the look-out for a rooster to add to my collection. I saw alot of many unique ones, but I have too many and not enough space, so I was thinking more on the smaller side. It was a toss-up between this one--
(This one is pretty neat--it's made out of terra cotta.)
Or one of these for only $6.00 each--
This one was really speaking to me--literally, but in the end I didn't think that he would be too happy with me in my art room, so I went with the terra cotta one.
This was a 4-day sale and we were there from the very beginning bright and early on Thursday morning, and I was just oooohing and awwhing at all of the "treasures" before me. Well by Saturday afternoon, all of these "treasures" (and they were EVERYWHERE) was all starting to look like junk .(I know that's what alot of people think anyway, but not me : ) I pretty much hit the wall, so we just took the time to relax in Chattanooga and later Gatlinburg--more about that in my next post.