How much do you love looking at pictures of antique booths on the internet? On Facebook, blogs and on Pinterest (which usually are pinned from blogs). I have a whole Pinterest board dedicated to fabulous booths. Booth Ideas On My Pinterest.
I’ve started videoing my booths. Learning something new. I’m not very good at it, and, as always, learning by the seat of my pants. At this point, I don’t know how to upload a video directly to the blog, so I’m embedding a You Tube video of the booth at Angel’s in Opelika.
I actually have two corner booths in two different malls which, frankly, should be combined into one. I could have one awesome booth instead of two so-so booths, but I won’t bore you with the indecision on my head over that. I realize the booth in the video is awfully sparse and is a long way from being the most inspiring, the most “I want to live in this booth” of booths. But it is what it is at the moment and maybe you can take some idea and run with it in your own booth.
So here it is, the first Spring arrangement of 2015 in booth D-26 at Angel’s Antique Mall in Opelika, AL.
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