Flea Market Finds | February 2015

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I’ve been so busy working through my pile of furniture projects and getting my Fusion Mineral Paint ordered that I haven’t had a chance to show you all some recent finds.  Please forgive me!  It’s been so much fun playing around in my redesigned booth space–the siding walls and pretty new floor are proving to be a great backdrop for inventory.

This is mainly an eye candy post, no real tips or tricks up my sleeve to share. Just some good flea market finds and loot.  So sit back and enjoy!



I didn’t get a chance to properly stage this milk-painted primitive cabinet for you all . . . But here she is sitting pretty.


This homemade yarn spool tote is super fun.  The display options really are endless–teacups, ribbon, or trays like I have.


Some vintage textiles, including a hand-stitched quilt that I am in love with (*fingers crossed that it won’t sell*).



And y’all know that I love my old books!  This children’s art book is barely holding itself together, but the colors are amazing.


Each spread has a drawing to color in on the left and a free drawing page on the right.  I love thinking about the children that spent time in its pages.


A fantastic botanical drug tin in a gorgeous mustard yellow.DSC04779

The best part of this green crate is the original produce labeling still on the side!DSC04781

I’ve added a selection of various burlap ribbons in my space too.


And we’ll end with some metal pieces . . . a brass garden chandelier with just the right amount of rust,


and my favorite recent find, these nesting copper measuring cups.


These actually sold the day I put them in my space 🙂 My instincts must have been right on these.

Thanks for taking a little booth space tour with me, happy weekend everyone!


Linking up to:   Silver Pennies Sundays,  Metamorphosis Monday

chris aka monkey

Saturday 21st of February 2015

i had those exact same copper measuring cups a long time ago xx


Saturday 21st of February 2015

Eye candy posts are my favorite! You have a great eye! Looking forward to seeing how the fusion paint looks. Saw it on orphans with makep blog too, very intriguing:)


Saturday 21st of February 2015

Love, Love, Love ALL!!! Most particularly the mustard medicine tin and the homemade spool rack. How much are these items, do you ship??? To Missouri??


Saturday 21st of February 2015

Hi Cyndy. I'm so glad you see some things you like :) The medicine tin is $20 and the spool tote is $40. Yes, I can ship them to Missouri, although I am not exactly sure what the cost would be. My guess would be $20-$25? The spool tote is pretty large and solid wood, so also a little heavy. If interested though, I will be glad to run up to my booth space tomorrow (Sunday) afternoon, grab them, and package them up to send your way. Feel free to contact me at [email protected] to talk about them more. Thanks for your interest!!


Friday 20th of February 2015

I need those measuring cups to go with my copper Chambers stove. What lovely finds!


Saturday 21st of February 2015

Aren't they great Teresa? I have never seen any like them. Wish I could have sent them your way, but they've already found a new home :)

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