This month I actually got the photos from Paris Flea Market up BEFORE the sale! The sale starts Thursday at 5 and I’ll be there working from 5 to 9! It’s my first time to work on Thursday night… I can’t wait. I’ve heard the Thursday openings are really exciting.
WARNING: There are a LOT of photos in this post. I’ll make them smaller and post the photos from other vendors on another day.
The photo below shows my top shelf. I tried to stick with a neutral color palette (black, white, & cream) with a few pops of orange and turquoise. I’m not sure if this was such a good idea or not since my shelf is also black. It’s pretty dark in there. But maybe it’ll be ok just for October. The BOO banner is made with vintage Bingo cards.
Close up of my skull cameo cuff bracelets. These are $14 each. If you want one and can’t be there leave a comment, send me a Facebook message, or let me know some other way and I can mail you one.
Here’s my two center shelves. Notice I have more milk glass than usual? We bought a lot for the wedding and ended up with more than Jordy & I can use at our homes.
I’ve had this vintage spring centerpiece for a while and just thought about using it to display earrings. Got it from one of my neighbors at the April Roses and Rust Vintage Home Market.
The long necklaces are two of my most popular styles! Left is the “I Love California” and the “I Love Football” is on the right. I’ve had a lot of requests for smaller pendants so I’ve started creating the smaller “I Love My State” necklaces, too. I took these to Treasure Island last weekend and they were very popular. And the Texas version completely sold out at Antique Alley! Those are the only two states I have right now. They should be available in my Etsy shop soon. Let me know if you’re interested in another state.
I like this view of the shelf… LOTS of bracelets and earrings! I’m always trying to figure out how I can get more on my shelf and still be seen by customers.
My bottom shelf. I’ve done this layout before but it works. Remember last month when I wondered if anyone would even see what was on the floor? Absolutely NOTHING sold from there so maybe that’s not such a good idea. But I’m trying again just in case.
Here’s a close up of the vintage key, California road trip, & other necklaces on the bottom shelf:
I think that’ll do it for now. Like I said, I’ll post photos from other vendors on another day.
I hope you enjoy seeing how I display my jewelry. Please feel free to share any ideas you have!