Thursday, October 6, 2011

Booth fluff up.

Halloween items are moving briskly so I had to bring in more to fill in the holes from items that were sold. 

Acquired this slightly ovoid shaped, antique stoneware jug last weekend.  Jug still has an old cork in it.

All of the gourds have sold so I brought in this marvelous 1900s antique beer tray.  Pretty lady dressed in a kimono. Brewery unknown.

Pretty shabby cottage decorative cabinet shelf is perfect for holding favorite items.  Pair of spooky, faux headstone markers molded from 18th century headstones. Picked these up at the Crabtree Festival last Saturday.

I love the look of these.  I have already sold half of them.

A better photo of the pretty shelf.  This is one of those items that I like better each time I see it.

Nice soft and oh so warm fur Fox hat from the 1960s.

The fox hat looks great next to the Orvis knitted wool sportsmans sweater.  This sweater is a rich pine green. 

Lots of things to do this coming weekend. I hope I can get most of them accomplished.  Blessings to you and those you love. Sea Witch


Grandma Yellow Hair said...

Loved browsing your cool booth. It won't be long and we will be wishing for your fur Fox hat. lol
I have been trying to decide on whether I should open up the little pink house out here for vendors to have booths like your inside. Just can't decide because of the economy but sounds like your doing good with yours.
Glad I came by tonight

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

I'm glad to hear that you are having lots of sales! Your booth always has such interesting items for sale.

I had a good chuckle when I read your post about "The Hoff' His swim briefs photo was hysterical!

Sandy and Joe/rhubarb reign said...

Thanks for your nice note on our post! Love all the fall stuff in your booth. This is definitely my favorite time of year. xo