Where have I been the last 15 days? Beats me. Time just goes by so fast! I’ve gone to the sales the past two weekends, but other than that, I have no idea. Except for the few days I’ve spent working in the booth. I haven’t even added much to Etsy. Now I’m really scratching my head trying to figure out what I’ve been doing with my time if it wasn’t blogging or Etsying. Hmmmm.
Here’s what I can show for a few days time. Last week I bought an Art Deco sofa and chair and a 1970’s dresser. We took them straight from the owner’s house to my booth at the Pickle Patch. And the challenge was on. How to find a place for them. It looked impossible, but I did it! Began a little spring decorating while I was at it, too.
I do love that table, but it takes up room and it’s time to move it out. I wish one of my living areas was large enough to use it as a coffee table. 🙁
It’s hard to tell, but this little black table has the cutest clock face knob. And… Oops! What a “fo pa”! I’d better get down there first thing tomorrow and remove the yard sale sticker on that basket. LOL And just in case you’re wondering, my price is only $6.00. So maybe if anybody sees it before I get it off, they’ll think kindly of me and realize I’m not trying to rip anybody off.
The aforementioned 1970’s dresser. $175.00
Aaaannnd, the sofa and chair. That’s the original fabric, too. How cool is that? .
I didn’t take pictures of the whole booth. There are a few other spots I skipped over. Just hit the high points.
If you’re in east central Alabama, please come visit us at the Pickle Patch Market on Hwy. 280 in Sylacauga. The mall isn’t so large that it’ll wear you out walking through, but it’s large enough to have a nice variety. And, I feel compelled to say this, you won’t feel dirty when you leave. It’s one of the nice, clean malls. You can also have an Italian meal at Giovanni’s next door. The mall is open Tuesday – Saturday 10-6 and Sunday 11-5.