Sunday morning we headed down to Burlington, KY, just about a 20 minute ride, to the Antique Market. They have it on the fairgrounds there every third Sunday of the month. Dealers come from all over the place, and it's huge! And everything was beautiful, or had the potential to be- I was in heaven. I could have spent a lot of money there (even though the prices were very reasonable.) I snapped some pictures of stuff I loved but didn't have room for. After just a little while, it was no use, because I wanted to take pictures of everything. Here are some of my favorites.
I actually regret not getting these canisters. They are so adorable!
This would be perfect for Hendrix with just a fresh coat of chalkboard paint.
I'm usually not that into the old Coke stuff, but this tray was so cute.
If I knew how to knit, I definitely would have snatched up this basket of fabric yarn. In fact, I considered buying it and worrying about learning to knit later :)
The perfect color.
I loved these huge spools. I'm sure there are some really great projects I could think up with the spools themselves.
These next few pictures are the things I did come home with. How hip is this clipper ship necklace?
The lady said this necklace was from Spain.
The perfect little vase for my corner shelf.
And I'm not sure what I'm going to do with this set of embroidered cloths, but I just thought they were too pretty to pass up. These are like those sets your grandparents put on every piece of their living room, all the side tables and over the backs of the couches. I'll think of something to make with them- any ideas?