Second Hand Rose Occasional Sale

November 2nd, 2009 in blog, hot spots     
suewhitney Sue Whitney, editor
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Wow, this picture doesnt tell you very much. Im such a tease...ha! This is from Lanis booth. Its beautifully done in winter white and chocolate brown with touches of red. Im sure she will be sharing some images with you. Inside the booth there are projects and ideas created for JMS. Youll be seeing those later too!
First on my must-have list is this beautiful stack of drawers. I know just what they will become! The colors are too die for yummy.
Love, love, love these! I can see just one of these enbellished with some greens, twine, and ribbon on my front hall table. Simple and elegant. Now thats the way to greet your guests!
More of the round junk!!! There are enough of these to do an entire tree. Can you guess what my tree might look like this year?
With a little TLC, this doo-hicky would make a delightful little crown. Do you know what it is?
Now for the comedy portion of this post!
Nu Way Calf and Cow Weaner
Jabs the animal doing the dirty work...weans calves or cows from sucking themselves or each other???!!!! Now thats real nice.
This one might top my enema box.
My favorite find. I hope, I hope I get them!  I am such a kid when it comes to junk.These are awesome glass battery containers. The surgar plums dancing in my head at the moment are saying water softener salt and ornaments or perhaps a winter wonderland with vintage trees.
Heres a detail shot of the Exide logo. Cool, huh?
A jar of ball bearings? But of course!!
And of course books. I love old books any time of the year, but even more so during th holidays. Let the merriment begin!
Wow, this picture doesnt tell you very much. Im such a tease...ha! This is from Lanis booth. Its beautifully done in winter white and chocolate brown with touches of red. Im sure she will be sharing some images with you. Inside the booth there are projects and ideas created for JMS. Youll be seeing those later too!

Wow, this picture doesn't tell you very much. I'm such a tease...ha! This is from Lani's booth. It's beautifully done in winter white and chocolate brown with touches of red. I'm sure she will be sharing some images with you. Inside the booth there are projects and ideas created for JMS. You'll be seeing those later too!


Oh, this has been fun! JMS contributor, Lanette Lorsung has a booth for the first time at this occassional sale and I was lucky enough to help her set up, decorate, and create a little Christmas magic. While doing this I also took some time to snoop around the shop to see what all of the other vendors had up their sleeves. Hmmm...imagine that!! Here is a sneak peek at just a few of the items available. These are all on my wish list for holiday decorating and gift giving. If I'm lucky enough to get to these items before  someone else nabs them, they'll be showing up as projects on the site. Don't worry now, I won't forget about Thanksgiving and winter projects, but you can expect to see Christmas ideas starting to pop up. Wish me luck at the sale! Remember...make sure to share favorite junking hot spots in your area. Here's the details for this month at Second Hand Rose.

 

 

Second Hand Rose Occassional Sale

500 Second Avenue NE

Buffalo, MN

Telephone: 763-684-0124

Blog: secondhandrosebuffalo.blogspot.com

Dates and Hours:

Dealer Day:

Tuesday, November 3, 2009 - 9AM to Noon

You must have a tax ID # to shop on Tuesday.

Regular Hours:

Thursday, November 5, 2009  through Saturday, November 7, 2009 - 9 AM to 6 PM

Sunday, November 8, 2009 - 10 AM  to 5 PM. Enjoy 10 percent off your purchases on Sunday


posted in: blog, hot spots, flea market, minnesota, antique show

Comments (17)

mytreasures writes: I would love a few of those little wheels. I have a project in mind, would love to move forward with but haven't found the wheels I need. Do you still have any? Posted: 11:10 pm on December 28th
BloomCottage writes: Sue and Lani,
Was at Rose's on Tuesday, after I added some things to our area at Yesterday's Charm (down by the lake). Loved the "whites" area, and thought to myself-"this looks totally JunkMarket". Made me miss your big events in Long Lake! Wish Lani the best of luck at Rose's. Her shop got me into this crazy business 9 years ago! Used to drag my toddlers to all the occasional sales in the area and feed them cookies and candy at every shop to keep them happy! Buffalo is an awesome town for junk and inspiration!
Thanks,
Lora Bloomquist Posted: 11:14 am on November 5th
BloomCottage writes: Sue and Lani,
Was at Rose's on Tuesday, after I added some things to our area at Yesterday's Charm (down by the lake). Loved the "whites" area, and thought to myself-"this looks totally JunkMarket". Made me miss your big events in Long Lake! Wish Lani the best of luck at Rose's. Her shop got me into this crazy business 9 years ago! Used to drag my toddlers to all the occasional sales in the area and feed them cookies and candy at every shop to keep them happy! Buffalo is an awesome town for junk and inspiration!
Thanks,
Lora Bloomquist Posted: 11:13 am on November 5th
BloomCottage writes: Sue and Lani,
Was at Rose's on Tuesday, after I added some things to our area at Yesterday's Charm (down by the lake). Loved the "whites" area, and thought to myself-"this looks totally JunkMarket". Made me miss your big events in Long Lake! Wish Lani the best of luck at Rose's. Her shop got me into this crazy business 9 years ago! Used to drag my toddlers to all the occasional sales in the area and feed them cookies and candy at every shop to keep them happy! Buffalo is an awesome town for junk and inspiration!
Thanks,
Lora Bloomquist Posted: 11:13 am on November 5th
fellowjunker writes: Lani, Lani, Lani.....where do you find the time!! Your junk is amazing and your and Sue's gift of arranging, displaying and photographing things makes me green with envy! Beautiful!!
Happy day.
xojanis Posted: 11:54 am on November 4th
CottageElements writes: Thanks, Sue for all your help and for posting this. Rose's place is top notch, and has always been a favorite of mine. So thrilled to finally be a part of it. This is an amazingly talented group of people. I think it is a must visit place. You'll find people coming from all over, from Texas to Wisconsin. Hope to see you there!

Lani Posted: 11:49 pm on November 3rd
MimiToria writes: This shop is very fun! I had a sneak peak of this vendor booth of Lani's as well as the rest of the shop and it was in top form. Very dressed for the holidays and way cool filled with ideas for holiday decorating. If you're in the area it would be a fun stop for all junkers and non-junkers alike.
Nice to see you Sue today and looking forward to the projects with your finds.
Gretchen Posted: 8:23 pm on November 3rd
shabbychick writes: Sue - Looks like big junk fun - and I bet those ideas are really dancing around in your head...keeping you up at night no doubt!! :)

I love the ball bearings in a jar - very cool! And the drawers are fab too.

I don't know what that "do-hickey" is, but it looks a little scary - haha!

Looking forward to your Christmas creations!

Kathy Posted: 9:56 am on November 3rd
SecondhandKris writes: What fun photos and nice comments! It has been great getting to know you Sue and Lani working at the shop. I am enjoying the new contacts and conversations! Only other junkers understand the thrill of a "NEW" rusty old piece of junk! Posted: 12:43 am on November 3rd
chippingcharm writes: Ahhh yes, another one of my "faves"!!! I'll be near Buffalo on Saturday visiting family. Hope there's some good stuff left for me :) Laurel Posted: 9:46 pm on November 2nd
roadtriplouise writes: You are a big tease, love the little tour, Can't wait for more pictures. Posted: 9:37 pm on November 2nd
Junk_Sophisticate writes: My goodness, I am loving those old drawers! And I need to be on the lookout for some of the old battery jars now that I know what they are. Hope you get the ones shown here so you can share your pretty little scene with us!
Candy Posted: 5:28 pm on November 2nd
JunkArchitect writes:
Sue, what a great bunch of potential holiday junk. You know my favorite is going to be your Christmas tree decked out in all those little wheels. What’s the deal with your Nu-Way Weaner contraption? I don’t think I EVER want to see that thing in action. Hopefully there’s not a human version.

Jim
Posted: 4:57 pm on November 2nd
RustyDiva writes: Oh my ~ loving the glass battery jars, and the ball bearings, and the drawers, and the wheels, and the ..........


K Posted: 4:07 pm on November 2nd
DownHomeDIY writes: OK, you are such a tease! Can't wait to see the wheel tree and whatever you create with the drawers. And what the hairy heck is water softner salt? I am on the edge of my seat! I know it will be worth the wait so I will wait patiently for the reveal.
~MB
Posted: 2:46 pm on November 2nd
grannijo writes: Sue: as usual you have the eye for fabulous things...(junk!)..love them all and can't wait to see more of your ideas with these items!...thanks for sharing!...sharon Posted: 2:46 pm on November 2nd
BraytonHomestead writes: you tease! lol- love all the items you snapped! Those yellow wheels are fabulous. Thank you for your lovely comment, means alot...

Karen Posted: 1:36 pm on November 2nd
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