You can never have enough junk….or can you? When you have to rent a storage building, I think you have to face it. You may be a hoarder. I have collected lots of “treasures” over the years. Some for my use, and others to stock various booths I have had, and to take to garden shows I attend annually. But it is time to sort through, keep, donate to the thrift store, or sell. Some things have already made it to a local thrift store (reluctantly), and I have decided to resurrect my Etsy Store. I never realized it was so hard! Cleaning, photographing, weighing and measuring for postage, and creating descriptions. That’s why my first listings are only a few, but much more is to come.
Flea Market Group
I grouped these three rusty items so that you could create a “vignette” for a table. My idea would be to add a small ivy or fern to the little bucket, a battery operated tea light under the rusty grater, and add a stick to the dragonfly to create a plant pick.
This pretty set of cups and saucers is a favorite of mine and I have to admit I kept one. These are marked Homer Laughlin on the bottom.
One of the saucers has a darkened area on it, but would be covered by the cup. These would make great gifts with a tin of tea, and tea strainer. Or, you can do what I did and add some hens and chicks.
These two vintage canisters are another favorite of mine. They add a pop of color, and would great in a Farmhouse Kitchen. Red and white are the perfect colors.
And finally, this great galvanized bucket with it’s own dipper. So many uses, inside the house, or outside. I see it in your kitchen, on your deck, and decorated for the holidays.
I hope you visit my Etsy shop, I think you will be pleasantly surprised at the prices, and be able to add many to your collection. So, shop till you drop. After all, I have a storage building to rent.