Recently I went to the 'Junk Salvation' - Funky Junk Sisters Vintage Market at the State Fairgrounds.
It was a beautiful Saturday with 3 whole buildings to explore, including outside vendors like this cute vintage bus converted to a clothing shop.
The atmosphere was festively vintage......
Including this little vintage trailer shop.
This little gal was dressed for some serious shopping! Check out her footwear! She was cool, comfortable and fast!
There was alot to see!
One of the first booths I entered had the sweetest little succulent vignettes.
All were planted in vintage 'pots and pans' with old spoons, cups, or pretty little plates poking up between the plants.
She also had all the 'ingredients' to create your own.
I bought this sweet little set to do just that.
(I will show you the results in a week or so)
Then I spotted this gorgeous turquoise tool caddy and knew it would be perfect to carry dishes and napkins out to the deck.
This tiny pillow made from a vintage quilt came home with me, too.
I gave it to my Dear Sister. It's so soft, she said she would put it on her bed.
Of course I had to have this little painting! I collect amateur art with scenes of mountains.
The colors were perfect for my home.
It hangs in my tiny guest 'powder room'.
Even the frame is perfect.
These sea colored bottles caught my eye.
They have a lovely embossed design along their base.
I added them to my recently updated summer mantel.
The deep green bottle with the 'bubble' top has been with me since I was a new bride.
It is filled with marbles found here and there over the years.
Do you ever find marbles?
I replaced a rather dark hued painting of flowers with this summery scene.
I wanted to bring in the color green to brighten things up.
I made the decoupage tray out of cocktail napkins and a little craft paint.
The green hued pottery pieces were flea market finds.
These two depression glass bowls also came home with me!
I've replaced my cranberry glass with blues and greens.
More marbles that I found while gardening (my children's former sand box area) and a Recycled Candle.
It was easy to find things I had on hand to add to my 'green' decorating!
And of course, green snacks!
I hope you enjoyed coming along with me to the Funky Junk Sister's Vintage Market.
I had a lot of fun searching for special treasures to brighten up my home.
Do you go to Flea Markets?
What do you like to collect?