This past weekend at the City Wide Garage Sale in Austin had me seeing Red. A red bike that is. There were several sprinkles of red in my booth this time, from the bike to the vintage Christmas Balls, which were a big hit, to the Madonna that had a touch of red on her. It was another successful show and I can't thank the customers enough that came out.
There seemed to be a really good crowd out at the show on both days. I wanted to start out showing you the bike, which found a new home:
It had a good look to it and the customer really loved it too. Here's another view of it:
I really loved the Christmas wreath and so considered keeping it but when a guy came up and said he had to buy it for his wife, I thought how sweet. So off it went to a new home too.
Here's more pics of my booth:
The horn in the above picture was a great find and while it didn't find a new home I've decided to use it during my Christmas display in my office.
I sold the rusty table above and all the small tables/carts that I took. The rusty table was originally a typewriter table and it had a really good look it.
Yes, this cart found a new home too:
Okay, now lets talk about this cabinet:
I knew that when I bought the cabinet, being one solid piece and heavy, that it would take someone special to love it. Well someone did love it and it is going to look great in their kitchen. It originally was taken out of a kitchen to be replaced with new cabinets (okay don't get that), but it's now back in a new kitchen and since my husband delivered it he said it was perfect there.
Keep watching my other blog, Discarded Forlorn, for more show pictures.
We'll be back in Austin in January 2012 and it will also be time for the Red Barn Show in Round Top Texas the week before the City Wide Sale. In the meantime, come and see us at the Canton Texas Flea Market this week. It will be our first time to sell there and I'm really excited to be setting up with Ethel in the 6000 Pavilions. Some of you may know Ethel from visiting her store in Tyler. Hope to see you soon!