Sunday was pretty lazy, Monday too. I did spend a little time getting stuff ready to take to Monticello today. Unlike most days I go to Monticello, I didn't stop at one thrift store along the way. I decided that since I'm running kind of low on funds and I have a trip coming up this weekend, that I wouldn't spend any money. Just go, drop off my stuff and come home. Simple, right? Not so much. I did end up finding a few things at Monticello that I just had to bring home.
But first, let me show some new (old) stuff I took to put in my booth.
Cute embroidered top and skirt.
Funky vintage sewing basket
Basket full of vintage aprons.
Vintage ironing thingy.
Pair of cute rose satin hangers.
Extra big floral drapery panel.
Mini dolly bed with vintage wallpaper.
Little pink doll cabinet.
Shabby Chic pink sheers with ruffles.
Snuggly pink cotton coverlet.*Sorry a lot of my pictures are so dark. It has been a pretty gray day here today.
While at Monticello, I had the good fortune to see Pam of One Gal's Trash blog fame. She is such a sweetie. She was there specifically to leave a little gifty for me and I just happened to be there when she dropped by. I told her it was meant to be. We had a really nice chat and she gave me this adorable box of pink roses stationery. Wasn't that just the nicest thing ever?
Okay, now for stuff that I couldn't live without. Adorable chippy mirror frame with hand painted pink rose that I got out of my buddy, Lynn's booth and two adorable crocheted hangers that I bought from "The Girlfriends." Their booth is right next to mine and I always have so much trouble resisting all of their yummy delicious finds.I also couldn't leave without buying this adorable architechtural piece. I'm going to put it up over the window in my dining area. It is so sweet and chippy.
Hope you are all having a great Tuesday! Hopefully I can get my rear in gear and work on some projects to show you soon.