Here is a shot of my space. I sold this gorgeous rusty chippy metal bed. The couple who bought it wants it to be the perimeter on their herb garden. Great idea - hope they send me a picture!
Here was the rack full of clothing before the show. I bought the bicycle rack with the bags at market, but can you believe that I made the rolling clothing rack?! I thought it would be all cheap and crafty of me - how expensive or hard can it be to put together some plumbing pipe on a piece of lumber?
Well, I'm definitely cheap, but I'm not very crafty, though I made a good attempt. I started on this in December and I finally finished it last weekend. It involved about 5 trips to Home Depot and the purchase of a new drill - a 6 volt plug-in drill just wasn't cutting it, so I got the ever-powerful 18 volt drill with multiple battery packs. I finished attaching the wheels to the board, stood it up, and then it nearly fell over. My dad pretty much rebuilt it and then we propped it up on 2 x 4's at the show so it was sturdy.
It withstood lots of shoppers, so job well done, Dad!
This is the first time my ladies have worn clothes in my antique space, and they were looking good in their new dresses!
Thanks again to all the JUNK Hippy shoppers for being so welcoming to a first-time vendor. I had a great time and am already thinking about which JUNK Hippy show to do next! Check back soon for pics of lots of other talented vendors at the show.
Have a chic week,