Yesterday we loaded up and headed down the road very early to celebrate Junkin Buddy's Birthday. She had no idea where we were headed (well maybe a hint or two) and our first destination was Hico Tx to see the Homestead Store and to check out the Tent Sale and Antique Fair that was set up next to the store.
The first person I found was Felicia Blair of Bountiful, whose booth I have visited several times at The Lonestar Antique Mall in Fort Worth. She said this was her first show ever to do. I think she did a really great job, here's what's left of her booth. I understand it was hit pretty hard on Friday, I can imagine why, she finds the best things:
Here we all are posing for the camera (her sister-in-law so kindly took the photo, she too has a blog, a la parisienne, that you have to check out here):
(Myself, Linda, Felicia and Marion in front)
The next person we saw was Linda of Willow's Nest booth. It was so pretty, all in pink and ready for Christmas:
Look at the pretty pink columns, Linda's signature color.
Love the pink ruffled stocking, ready to put on your mantle and have Santa fill it up.
Another pink setting.
Now this blue peely cabinet was my favorite as it is hers. Just loved the look of it.
Next on our list of people to see here was Dorthy of the Shabby Y. She too has a space in Lonestar Antiques:
She takes things and repurposes them. Loved the corset here.
Our last booth to see was Amy of Bloom and Bee Swanky. I can't wait to see her shop in Waco since it's been so long since we last visited. We'll see you in a couple of weeks Amy:
This dress made of gloves is so pretty close up. What a great idea Amy!
Our last stop was to visit The Homestead:
Wait until you see The Homestead's "White Store" that is located around the corner from this store. I'm saving that post for White Wednesday. Check back tomorrow when I show you what caught our eye in Fort Worth. Happy Sunday to you all!