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March 11th, 2009 in member junk     
shabbychick Kathy Stantz, contributor
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One of my infamous button bouquets - just a little shabby chick!
Take a look...
The other side...
Some great pastel shoe stretchers (looks like a project, right??)
And some awesome old aluminum letters!
One of my infamous button bouquets - just a little shabby chick!

One of my "infamous" button bouquets - just a little "shabby chick"!


Ta-da!!!  We have a booth in a local antique mall - it's called Pumpkin Hollow Antiques, and it's in the village of Bellville, Ohio.  We've started out with a small space, and are going to see how the season goes.  Soooo, now we have another spot to decorate AND make some money! 

It's a great antique mall, next to a bike trail, and it's also got a restaurant with great sandwiches, soups, etc...an ice cream shoppe is being added for the summer.  There are quite a few vendors with everything from fine antiques, collectibles and of course some shabby cottage style furniture and home decor...with a little junk thrown in - for a project or two...

Lots more pics on my blog:  http://www.sylviasdaughter.blogspot.com/ 


Pattern or design used: My Own Design - Kathy & Terri - Nostalgia's Cottage
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Comments (22)

justloveit writes:
CONGRATULATIONS on your booth in Pumpkin Hollow Antiques! We'll definitely put it on our list of places to visit when we take a road trip! What a righteous endeavor to bring together lovely things for others to enjoy and shop. I had to chuckle at something I saw on your "Andrea's List of 10 favorite things"....Rust. At Good JuJu in Kansas City we have a saying....."Rust Rocks"!! Nothing better than pairing fabulous weathered rusty pieces with shabby things. A feast for the senses for sure!

Wishing you success with this new booth, Leanna


Posted: 12:28 pm on March 12th
shabbychick writes: Thanks Geo & Christy!! Hoping to sell tons...because the shopping is the most fun part of the "job"! ;)

And, thanks Dragnfli80 (aka my long, lost daughter...and the heiress to my "junkdom") & welcome to the JunkMarket!

Hugs! Mom :) Posted: 8:41 pm on March 11th
csudderth writes: What a wonderful booth. I would head straight for those letters--I'm kinda stuck on letters right now for some reason. Good luck--hope you sell out and "have" to go junkin to find more stuff.
Christy Posted: 7:55 pm on March 11th
dragnfli80 writes: Wow!! Dearest Mommie your big time now. Another fabulous step towards your full time passion:) Love you!! Miss you! Posted: 2:38 pm on March 11th
georgiamoon writes: Darling, darling, Darling. I love this look and you have it set up beautifully. Good luck in your new booth...I can tell you'll do well.Love, geo Posted: 2:32 pm on March 11th
shabbychick writes: Sue...thanks SO much! I clicked on the website and there was my little "shabby" chick! Definitely took me by surprise! So glad to share a little "spring" with you all (and a peek at our new booth space)!

I'm really hopeful of the coming fleamarket & antique shopping season - and hope it's successful for all of you too!! Spring provides us with lots of possibilities! I've appreciated the support and kindness that abounds here at JunkMarketStyle - and I know it's encouraging to me, and others...whether a person crafts for fun or to sell, or just appreciates what a person can do when they set their "junking" mind to it!!

I'm always in awe of the creative minds that reside here at JunkMarketStyle!

Thanks again! Kathy

P.S. Hoping that's the last storm of the season!!

Posted: 1:30 pm on March 11th
CottageElements writes: Congrats, Kathy! Looks great. Have fun decorating and here's to your future success!

Lani Posted: 12:06 pm on March 11th
suewhitney writes: Hi All,

It's member feature time! After last nights snow and ice storm I thought we could all use a little shot in the arm and remind ourselves of what is to come. Spring, sunshine, warm weather, and shopping for junk without bulky winter attire. Kathy, your booth looks terrific and you already know I think that little chick is ADORABLE! Love the do....very chic! Thanks for sharing this post with us and helping us keep our eye on the prize!

Take care,
Sue Posted: 11:57 am on March 11th
junkfestgirl writes: Your booth looks great Kathy! Part of the fun will be going back and re-arranging after selling your items! Best wishes! Posted: 11:20 am on March 11th
NDJunkGirl writes: Looks like my junk girlfriends and I need to make a jaunt over to Ohio...! Your booth looks just great! I love the aluminum letters and the other pictures on your website are very appealing too...the little bottles on the tray...lovely! My kind of "junk" - ain't it grand?!! Have fun! Andrea Posted: 11:03 am on March 11th
ClassyLadyJen writes: The entire booth is charming. I cannot tell you how much I love the button bouquet! Very sweet. Posted: 2:24 am on March 11th
shabbychick writes: Thanks again to everyone - you're all so thoughtful with your comments! I appreciate the support, and hope we're big sellers in the antique mall!!

Janis, I couldn't believe we found all those shoe stretchers - I love the colors (maybe I should keep a couple...).

Candy - maybe you can stop in for a visit when you travel my way! We'll have to do a day in each other's "territory"!! :)

Single salt shakers are pretty easy to find, and usually "cheep"!! So, I have fun with them...I've got some now that should turn out cute, one is a skunk! ha ha

Kathy Posted: 10:03 am on March 10th
SeaGlassLady writes: A feast for the eyes and the imagination..Wish I could visit your booth in person! I love the shabby chick...what a great use for a single shaker whose mate has been broken or gone missing. Posted: 9:05 am on March 10th
JunkArchitect writes: Congratulation! I know you’re talented but your booth came out unbelievable.

Jim
Posted: 8:51 am on March 10th
fellowjunker writes: Wow Kathy...your booth looks like a little bit of heaven on earth to me!!! I can't believe all the goodies I am seeing in your pictures. I have one pink shoe stretcher that I hoard like anything as I have never seen any others like it until I saw your bucket full. What fun!!!!
xojanis Posted: 9:38 pm on March 9th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Congrats on another new venture, Kathy! Your booth looks fab!
Candy Posted: 7:12 pm on March 9th
shabbychick writes: Thanks Sue! And, you're welcome to come shopping anytime!

Kathy Posted: 5:50 pm on March 9th
shabbychick writes: Thanks for the nice comments - and we're definitely hoping for a good things in our new space! The little chickie button bouquet was fun - it's so darned cute and the buttons just add more "cute"! :) (No salt shaker is safe in my house...!)

BarkingDogs - sorry about the link - I fixed it! Hope you stop by!!

Kathy Posted: 5:49 pm on March 9th
suewhitney writes: Looks ab fab as always! OK... the little chicken with the buttons "cracked" me up. Wish I could be there shopping right now.

Take care,
Sue Posted: 5:48 pm on March 9th
BarkingDogs writes: Everything looks wonderful! I tried to follow your blog link but it wouldn't work? Posted: 5:14 pm on March 9th
barntiques writes: This is my all time favorite button bokay! I used to have a flower shop and am quite partial to flowers AND buttons. Love your shop. Looks great and very eye pleasing. I wish I could stop in today. Posted: 3:35 pm on March 9th
MimiToria writes: Looking good Kathy & Terri. I hope you gals sell real well at the new antique location. Love the old letters.
Gretchen Posted: 1:58 pm on March 9th
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