I feel blessed to have lived close enough to go to such a great event and meet a group of lovely ladies. Hang tight and I will share lots of pictures and fun with you soon. For now, what did I buy? I did not go looking for anything in particular. There were tons of thing that I loved and the eye candy was really enough to make anyone melt. But I really wanted a few pieces to remember the day.
I have wanted a vintage kitchen scale for a long time. I got this one for $12 which I felt was a really great price. This one was from a booth ran by Carter's Creek Station Antiques. I have not been to their store but I am planning on stopping as soon as I get a chance. Donna with Funky Junk Interiors actually wrote all about them in a great post full of pictures.
Then I picked up a couple of other items that I don't know what to do with yet. Maybe y'all have some ideas?
The first is this rusty metal spool that I fell in love with. I couldn't stop thinking about it all day. That must be a sign it was meant to come home with me right? It was from a booth ran by Three French Hens.
Plus a bunch of vintage mail from Vintage Junky. Michelle actually has a great blog too. That is where I first fell in love with her! Getting to meet her this weekend was amazing! I snapped a few pictures of her booth for you as well which I will share in another post.