Busy day ahead. Hanna and I are headed to the Alameda Points Antiques Faire tomorrow and I have tons to do. Not only do I have to get myself ready, I also have to make sure that my family has everything they need to survive the weekend without me. I'm super excited for this road trip and have been looking forward to finding some good junk for weeks Those of you on Instagram will have a front row seat to all of the fun finds and chaos that awaits us over the next few days.
Now, onto part 2 of what I found at the Palmer Wirfs show a couple of weekends ago...
I was excited to find another breadbox. These are the best storage containers!
Miss Kitty on the left was found at my local flea market last year. I was happy to reunite her with her twin.
I bought these chalkware bluebirds not knowing where I would put them. I still don't but there was no way I was leaving them behind!
I could not resist the color combination of this vintage picnic set. Now if the weather would cool down enough so I could actually sit outside and enjoy using them.
I thought this jar would look cute in a summertime strawberry display. Which I don't have. Yet.
I had planned on buying this barn but was so excited about the donkey laundry bag I posted about in Part 1 that I forgot about it. Luckily it was still there on our second time through.
I believe this unmarked bowl is Hazel Atlas. I have a mismatched stack of red bowls in my kitchen and this fits in perfect.
This sweet bird apron is made out of a heavy canvas type of material. I love it.
I normally steer clear of linen tablecloths. They are a little too fancy and high maintenance for me. But the pink floral design on this one sucked me in.
Well, that's it! I told you all it was worth the 2 hour drive and the massive crowds and heat. Plus, Maddie and I got some one on one time together. I really love how much she enjoys going to these shows with me. I hope her enthusiasm lasts!
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