I'm back from The Paris Fleamarket hosted by The Cottage Gals. They have a cute little shop in Leesburg, Virginia, and they invited vendors to set up in their backyard. Everyone was so nice, and the shop is really great. I only had 30 minutes, because I had to get to the bus stop by 11:00. Here's what I got:
Aren't their bags cute! I'm going to save mine and use it again.
I bought a little charm ... here's pictures of front and back.
At the top of my shopping list was a bird for my table and . . .
a blue creamer. They had a bag of little eggs, but I snoozed and someone else snatched them up. Why do I do things like that? I know better.
The latest issue of Romantic Homes was there too. It is a good one this month.
Wouldn't it be fun to go to a real paris fleamarket?
And all these neat little things will go perfectly with my little desk that I just finished. I was going to put it in the living room, but it looks much better in my garden room.
Please excuse all the pictures ... I'm just sooo proud ... that I finally finished a project. I'm good at starting, not so good at finishing.
Here's what it used to look like. I had a picture with the old knobs before I washed and sanded it, but lost it in the bad hard drive incident. You get the idea though.
High-maintenance child is calling ... got to go!
p.s. Does anyone else find this blogger editing to be difficult sometimes? grrrr