Friday, November 12, 2010

Getting in the Christmas spirit at Chic and Shabby!

We are just starting to add a little Christmas to our booth. We like to do a little at a time to have some change going on.
Well it happen, we went to Sanford with our buddies, The Boston Lady and CG to do some junking and looking.  So here are Kathy and I standing side by side admiring this booth and she goes "this is mine".  She makes the most beautiful cupcake and cake plates. I thought she meant just like hers. NO IT'S MINE!  Same bow tied on and  triple the price!  The whole booth was filled with our stuff!  All triple the price.  We took it as a compliment. There is room for all of us.  I don't like the bad feelings I get from some vender's.  Competition is good.  We are learning the ropes here and having fun.
Doing some estate sale shopping this weekend.
Hope you all enjoy yours!
Thanks for listening.
I'm also hooking this us with Linda at A La Carte's  Junkin Finds Friday.
I found the cute vintage Christmas card holder this week.
So hope on over to Linda's and see lots more!


Linda @ A La Carte said...

Your booth looks wonderful! I am so glad you shared your photos. Good luck with your junkin this weekend. Thanks for joining JFF!!!

Bonnie@Creative Decorating said...

Just stopping by from Junkin Party!! Great booth! I'm just not ready for Christmas yet but being a seller, you definitely have to get that moving!!

JuJu said...

I love the salt and pepper shakers!

The Boston Lady said...

Click, click, click, click. I agree with JuJu, I was going to say the same thing about those salt & pepper shakers - I'm thinking Orlando Gma might like them. It's definitely a compliment that your stuff showed up elsewhere (for more!) The booth looks great. I forced myself to stay away this week so I can be delighted next week when I treat myself to a visit. Everyone needs to check out your booth at Art Angels!! Ann

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Your booth looks great! I remember that flocked Santa:@)

Rebecca said...

I just kept looking and looking-felt like I was shopping! I keep adding Christmas to my booth -but it's still around 70 degrees and I think people will not be buying much until it gets colder-but I'm enjoying this great weather while it's here!

Ames said...

I can't think of a better way to spend a day than doing some stress free window shopping for that just right piece you can't leave to store without! Thanks for sharing. I enjoy looking at everything!~Ames

Mimi said...

Great looking booth...I spotted a cute little bottle brush tree, that are really hard to find in my area.