Last month I sold so much I panicked and didn't know if I would have the time to find enough to fill up my booth for this month's sale. Well, I think I managed to pull if off so for that I am thankful!!
This month I will be busy getting ready for The Vintage Farmhouse - An Enchanted Spring Market in Zionsville, Indiana. I am excited to meet Nicki and all the wonderful vendors that will be selling at this show. If you go to her blog right now, you can get a sneak peek at the vendors who will be selling there. The downside is that I suspect I will be running around like a crazy lady buying stuff for her show and my Restoration Emporium booth and so if you see a frazzled crazy looking lady at an estate sale or antique mall somewhere in Missouri or Kansas its probably me!
I wanted to incorporate a lot of gift ideas for Mom this month so I made cute little succulent pots with plant markers, lots of spoon jewelry and some photo holders out of old door knobs.
I also made these crosses out of old tin ceiling that I hand cut myself. Then I added the rosette with a rhinestone and its instant rustic glam!
This little corner is my favorite area in my booth this month. I think its the pop of green that appeals to me, especially since we are expected to receive accumulations of snow this tonight and tomorrow. Yikes! This is the latest its ever snowed that I can remember since living here in Missouri.
These little "junk ornaments" were something I made a on a whim last month at the last minute. I ended up selling all of them! A little bit more rustic glam!