I have a hard time keeping up with posting current photos of my booths in McKinney because they are always changing. Most of the time it is because of customer purchases, but other times I just have the itch to rearrange.
The front booth boasts my Reserved for Customers sign which was one of my favorite Canton spree buys.
My Dear Hubby made the lamp out of an old kerosene lamp base and I thought a minnow bucket shade would cast the coolest pattern on the wall.
A touch of dried flowers in an old ice cream can and a sweet lavender bunch MDH picked on our Lavender Farm stop in Oklahoma.
This table arrangement sold very quickly. I had a metal chicken feeder loaded with plates. Wouldn't this be all the talk for a buffet at a party? I found another chicken feeder and will add it to my booth when I redo for Fall.
I am hoping to get some more of these hard to find battery jars in the next couple of months.
After my first display sold I added the rusty metal look. The metal rectangle thingy at the back of the table sold within days of rearranging. I have no idea what the original purpose was, but it makes an awesome vignette setting.
Now, to my back corner booth. I have had more fun with this long wall. I had a mantle there for the first few months until it sold. I didn't know how much I would miss it though. Change is good. It forces us to do things we wouldn't have had the opportunity to do or the incentive to start.
I am treating the top as my new mantle.
Stop by and experience the changes...