I haven't shared any pictures of the booth with you lately, so I thought it would be fun to take a look at the booth for Christmas. Now having never been a booth 'owner' before, I found it somewhat hard to put a look together with vintage/second-hand things. It's not that easy. I mean I have been shopping for weeks to collect goods with little or no luck. I don't want to just throw stuff in the booth just for the sake of it, know what I mean?
So I did the best I could with what I found and of course mixed in some handmade goods too, like my gingerbread men. You might notice a new piece here, I just got done with the hutch and moved it in this week, I'll try to do a little before and after, it's really come a long way.
Ahhh... my love of glassware, there is no use denying it, I love it and it has sold very well. Some pretty blown pitchers and sherbet cups.
I did the hutch much like I did my own hutch, heavy distressed black and stained interior, that's original to the piece. I will admit it was a lot of work and I almost threw in the towel a couple of times, but now that it's done I'm glad I stuck it out.
Lamps do very well for me too, and I love seeking them out! Mom's amber glass lamps sold (sniff, sniff) a couple of weeks ago. Here are a pair of candlestick lamps, with cute eye-lash fringe.
A small vignette on the baby dresser
The drop leaf table is decked out for Christmas, don't you just love the little vintage caroller, it's musical too. :)
The blue dresser sold this week and I've got a buffet to move in it's place next week. I'm so happy it sold, I knew it would take a special customer with such a bold color.
Some teddy bears for the kiddies, aren't they sweet?
The curio cabinet that I had anchoring the left side sold last week, so I was able to put a full size tree in the corner. It really helps it feel a little homey. I'm still loving the trellis background, and I'm going to miss that dresser, but I guess that's the name of the game!
P.S. You probably already know this, but just in case, I'm participating in Stephanie Lynn's Handmade Holiday event. There have been some fantastic projects and I'm sharing how to make pinecone topiaries, check it out!
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