The Vintage Market…

Here are some quick pictures from Polly’s yesterday before I head out the door this morning…

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  1. Oh my gosh , I wish I had a place around here to shop like that…Wishful thinking!!!
    Maybe I should open one , who knows!!! Blessings LOri

  2. Jennifer,
    It was so nice to meet you.You are so sweet.Wish we had more time to chat.Maybe I will catch up with you at another show.I had a great time.So much to see.Wish I had more money and time.Never enough of either.She has a beautiful home.So sweet of her to open it up like that.Amazing how she transformed her home into a shop.
    Blessings,
    Anne

  3. Thanks, that was a lovely tour – it’s always nice to have a peek at other places!

  4. What a lovely place to go! Looks like there’s a lot of treasures in there :) :) ~I love going to places like that. Enjoy your day! Holly

  5. I spy ………awesome stuff I wanna BUY!

    What a treat, what a great sales event – best of luck!

  6. So happy you are sharing this with us Jennifer!
    I am getting ready for a show at our shop and love all the inspiring displays!

  7. Oh…makes me want to hop in my car and drive right over! So many cool things and beautifully displayed! love it!

  8. There are so many neat things here! I wish I had been on the ball! Hope you are having a great time!

    XO,
    Jane

  9. We drove over three hours to go to the one in Nashville…it was amazing! !! I know you are having a blast!!

    Lou cinda

  10. that looks like it was a great event. bummer i missed it. did you do well?

  11. Oh my goodness!!! I just came across your blog – and am soon hoping to spend hours here!!! I loved your post about getting inspired by God, and everything else you have written that I have had a chance to read so far! I will be back shortly – but HAD to ask – did you make those neat swags with the book pages? Do you tell anywhere how you made them? I LOVE them, and having tons of old books from my in-laws estate, and not being able to throw them out – I LOVED this idea! (I have a whole file on pinterest about what to do with old sheet music!) – Can’t wait to visit again!!!

    Hugs from Michigan – Diane (Vruwink) Carlson

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