Been spending most of my time getting for my next show which is The Wellfleet Oysterfest on October 13th and 14th it's a fun and super well attended street festival. Click on the title of this post to visit their website. Last year over the 2 days over 20,000 people came to party in the street, eat Oysters on the half shell and buy handmade goodies from a few hundred vendors.
Pretty simple sachets... One is vintage barkcloth, 2 are vintage feedsack fabric, one set is done from a beautiful earl9 1900's wholecloth quilt. I have been looking to fill certian price points and these are my new $20.00 item. They come tied in a stack of 3 with a pretty Czech art glass button on top. I've done a big batch of these for the Oysterfest but have a feeling they will become a regular part of my inventory.
I just found out I will be one of the 95 vendors in this year's Boston Bazzar Bizarre!! you can check out their website here http://www.bazaarbizarre.org/boston
Getting all my displays together is always a fun challenge. It's all about cramming as much stuff in that space as I can. At the antique shows spaces are much bigger and the shows are run much differently to say the least.
Below are my latest vintage finds. I went off cape last saturday to do a little treasure hunting in some of my favorite spots. I especially love the funky fabrics and the painted bunny bookends.
This little antique black glass boston terrier below was only 2 bucks! So cute, it looks like my fat little dog Bella
This bracelet is simply amazing. What a big chunk of sterling! It weighs over 4 ounces. Not quite sure how old it is because it's marked 925 instead of sterling. Pieces marked streling are generally older. Either way what a great & showy artisan made cuff. Not for the faint of heart!