The Vintage Market Days event is back in McKinney Texas this weekend. Today was opening day. They'll be there again Saturday and Sunday in case you're in the area.
Vintage Market Days travels to different areas and features vendors from the local area, as well as vendors from neighboring states. It's a mix of new, old, hand-made, one-of-a-kind, and commercially-made products. You just never know what you'll find!
I'm leading off with my favorite purchase today. Deer antlers - inside a frame - attached to an uneven plaque with a button type screw - made of boards painted aged-down-white. Just the type of rustic, overly complicated things I like!
You may not be able to see it, but as they say here in the South, "Honey, it has my name written all over it!"
Sadly, the lady vendor who sold the rabbits painted on rustic boards at the Vintage Market Days event mentioned in this post was not at today's event. I was disappointed as I was sort of determined to buy one if it was reasonably priced.
Speaking of things I love...As a lot of you suggested I do, I tracked down the lady vendor who sold me this soup tureen and soup bowls the last time the Vintage Market Days event was in our area.
She still had the matching platter (marked down to $14 instead of the original $19) and this time I was smart enough to buy it.
Next up, two little ironware-type platters for $7.50 each. They don't look tiny enough in this photo by themselves, so I put them on the blue edged platter to show their size.
Here's a look at the printing on the back of the little platters, which says Iroquois China, Syracuse N.Y. (last line ?)
These lengths of pine boughs (?) were only $4 each. They have little pinecones on them just like the little twinkle lights with pinecones I bought the other day at Target.
I guess you can sense it's going to be a very rustic Christmas at our house this year!
I was carrying a lot of stuff by the time I saw these wreaths with berries. I wanted three of them for a special project so I hatched a plan to buy just one ($12.50) so I wouldn't forget them!
If you're in the Dallas area, I think you might enjoy this event...
If you're not local, the Vintage Market Days event travels around to different states. Here's a LINK to their national schedule if you're interested.
Thanks for dropping by!
P.S. I thought maybe I should change that word crap, but when I looked it up to see if I was being too harsh, I found it was actually the perfect word to show how I felt at that moment so I left it in:
www.dictionary.com/browse/crapcrap out, Also called seven out. (in the game of craps) to throw a 7 rather than make one's point. Slang. to abandon a project, activity, etc., because of fear, cowardice, exhaustion, loss of enthusiasm, etc. Slang. to break a promise or fail to fulfill a duty or obligation; renege.