09 June 2011

The 2011 Farm Chicks Antique Show ~ Part I


Sorry to have kept you waiting.

{Click here, if you would prefer to view this post in 3 segments.  I realize that some folks are having trouble loading pictures on Blogger sites.  You can also view the pictures from this post on my Flickr page, and on The Little Red Shop's Facebook page.}


Would you like to go on a little tour of the Farm Chicks Show?


First up:









I had a wonderful time visiting with Jo Marie at the show.


She is just as lovely as her beautiful creations.





And how cute is her new hair-do!


I love it!

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Next stop:  

I was blessed to meet Becky of All That Glitter.


The first picture in this post features her wonderful booth.


She had a lot of great storage pieces.


And a little something for one of my dear friends...

{Shhh...don't tell!}




This looks awfully familiar.  I found one just like it, though...a Toledo, in the cellar of the bungalow my mom and  I rescued and moved.  Try as I may, I couldn't find the scale's pan.


Across the way, were the gals from Today's Country Store, who always make me smile.

They are a hoot!!


If you're ever in Sumner, Washington...


...you should definitely stop by their shop to do a little treasure hunting.








Oh, pretty little lamp, I love you.



If you're hankering for some sweet outdoor livin.'


Funky Junk Jennifer has just the thing for you!


Canada's Funky Junk gal would probably have a swoon or two for these cool ol' rusted milk crates.


Jennifer had TONS of them!



Now, I do believe...


...that the rest of these photos...


....were taken of the "Great Finds" booth.


Please correct me if I am wrong.


Aren't they yummy?


Ahhhh....

It's quite late...and this isn't even the half of it!

Please stay tuned for more from the superfantabulous 

Thank you!

: )

Julie M.

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