Things weren’t “done” just because it was the end of the show last weekend, oh no!
The sale was finished, we were exhausted, but you still have to REload to leave. Both unsold dressers were laid flat in the van 1st, with everything remaining layered on top for efficiency.
But guess what was left inside a drawer during that REloading? Oooops.
My purse. Phone. Reading glasses.
And there was NO WAY I was going to UNload & REload~again. I reclaimed them Sunday morning when we tackled off loading~REloading to pull things intended for storage—then I felt “normal” again and headed for home. . . to OFF LOAD AGAIN at the antique mall and return my s-i-l’s van. -exhausting-
Monday I spent the entire day at the antique mall completely REsetting my space. Tuesday I returned to finish a couple little things and load the extras for storage on this end~ A N D I threw my back out. I’ve hardly been able to move since, but, today is finally a better day so I’ll begin sharing projects!
Sept—The Vintage Market, Oct—Nellie’s Barn Sale, and Nov will be a holiday show (with more on that one soon enough).
All that ceiling tin went over big at the Vintage Market so I fabricated more for Nellie’s. I’d collected some amazing pieces to work with~both simple patterns with lots of rust and beaUtiful designs with chippy paint!
I made a variety of planter box sizes, and framed tins for wall hangings. A couple of my absolute faves sold, but one came back with me and—it may become my keeper!
Below was a 1st display~but things got moved around a lot & improved on!
I filled small plastic containers with seeded evergreen for these baby boxes!
One woman waited SO patiently for a couple of women to finish paying for theirs—
“I’d like one too!”
UNfortunately those were my last baby TINS.