Wednesday, April 13, 2011

The Updated Booth

I couldn't top my post yesterday with the thrift store stuff and my pickins at my Mom's today. Though I did go to another Goodwill today and found some great stuff. Most of the things will be redos and sold in my booth. Speaking of my booth...
Today my besties Rose and Michele met me at the flea market so that they could add some of their wonderful creations and items to my booth. I am super excited!!! We have something for everyone for sure. So I thought I'd take you along for a look.

To start this is my empty booth... with some new items scattered around... I know you can't see my tablecloth to well but it is Americana style and I found it today at the GW. I think it adds a little something...





These are my besties at work... LOL I was busy too... busy taking pictures even though neither of them really wanted in the picture. Before you ask that ugly divider with the BIG flowers is not mine. It is from the next booth over. I need to add a wall there.




Alright are you ready for the now full Gettysburg Homestead showroom???

The junk at the left at the bottom of the table is my stuff I forgot to move...







I still can't believe Rose is getting rid of some of her tea towels. But they made the booth look great! One of Steve's new "America" signs!!!





I LOVE Michele's handmade wood carrots down in the left corner...





It looks so much better now!!!! We are in the planning stages of changing the booth over to Americana in the next few weeks for summertime. So if you are planning to stop by for any of the items you see above you should do it soon. I will let you know when we will be updating. Thanks everyone for visiting us today. Sure wish some of you could see it in person. OH... and if you are in the area... drop me an email and if I'm not working I'll come out to meet you at the booth when you come.

Thanks girls for your help. You guys are the best!!! When we make our million maybe we WILL open a shop. :)
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12 comments:

Green Creek Primitives said...

Hi Mary, Your booth looks really good. Steve's wood projects add a lot to the booth. Hope you do well. We just had our spring open house at our antique mall, don't know how I did yet. We have big turnouts for those events. Vicky

Karen said...

Your booth looks great Mary!! I have got to get my butt down there to see it in person..and shop it of course!!!

Penny said...

You booth looks fantastic -- wish I lived nearby so I could stop in and do some serious shopping!

mj said...

Looks great. I would love the americana table cloth? Is it just red and white or are there stars? The cost? Thanks,MJ

nancy huggins said...

Wow..Your booth looks great..I wish I could have you set my stuff up in a booth and then maybe it would sell. I especially like the quilt and the prim bunnies. I guess tomorrow I will cut into some of my hand painted fabric and make a tote and maybe a raggy pillow :)
I will post pictures when I get them made :)

Lorna/Live Oak Primitive Peddler said...

It looks awesome!! A nice mix of things, I do believe you should have something for everyone!!
Blessings,
Lorna

Deppen homestead 1862 said...

Mary
LOOKS Wonderful!!!
smiles
Teresa

janie said...

Your booth looks GREAT!!! I wish I lived near there and could shop!!!!

Enjoy, Janie

Becki said...

Your booth looks great! Lots to choose from.

Hope you are recuperating well.

Blessings,
Becki

Primsue said...

Your booth looks wonderful - wish I loved close enough to shop there. (The ugly flower thing definitely needs to be hidden. Maybe you could hinge a couple of old doors and make a divider for the space - just a thought.)

Blessings,
Sue

Tamera @ the Stone Fence Cottage said...

Masryy-I am so happy you liked your "stuff!!!! The quilt templates were scored at a Yard Sale--all for $1--too good to leave (and I don't quilt)
Your booth looks AMAZING!!

Carmen at Primcats said...

Squeel!!!!!!!! I see things there I NEED!!!!!! LOL!

Wish the weather would warm up so I could come up and shop! Soon! Very soon!

Carmen and the Primcats