Another great Vintage BazaarPosted: September 26, 2016 Filed under: Vintage Bazaar | Tags: Vintage Bazaar 1 Comment
We pulled out a truck load of vintage goodies this weekend: Pyrex, furniture, tablecloths, Bakelite, aluminum, glassware, kitchen gadgets, paintings…
Vintage Bazaar great day Saturday, rainy day SundayPosted: June 21, 2015 Filed under: Vintage Bazaar 3 Comments
We were so busy setting up and selling stuff yesterday I really didn’t have time to take a lot of photos.
What it’s like to be the vendorPosted: September 24, 2014 Filed under: Vintage Bazaar 4 Comments
Ever wonder what it’s like to be a vendor? For starters, we get a lot less sleep than you do leading up to The Vintage Bazaar.
Set up starts on Thursday. That gives us two days to get everything in place. This year we needed every minute because our new canopy was less than easy to assemble. We discovered colorful vocabulary. ‘Nuff said!
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Thanks for a fantastic weekend at The Vintage Bazaar!Posted: September 22, 2014 Filed under: Vintage Bazaar | Tags: Vintage Bazaar Comments Off on Thanks for a fantastic weekend at The Vintage Bazaar!
Wow, did we ever have a BUSY weekend at The Vintage Bazaar! So here’s a big THANK YOU to all our fantastic customers who come back time and time again. You’re the BEST! We get a kick out of hearing how much you love our booth–it keeps us motivated to find fun, colorful treasures that you’ll love to take home.
For the first time ever we didn’t even have time to walk around and take photos–a very good problem! Thanks to Hannah for taking snaps of our Dish Sister’s booth:
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This is the weekend!Posted: September 21, 2014 Filed under: Fun Finds, Vintage Bazaar | Tags: perpetual calendar, the '70s Comments Off on This is the weekend!
September 20 & 21—the Vintage Bazaar is happening now!
We spent all day meeting customers, wrapping purchases, and all ’round having a good time!
This is one of my favorite items that sold—a big plastic perpetual calendar from the ’70s. It’s about 12″ by 18″.
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