I tried my best to get these posted BEFORE the sale but I didn’t make it. But I figured that people who wanted to see my flea market displays wouldn’t really care if they saw them before or after the sale anyway. I hope these photos will give you some ideas for your own booths. And if you’re in the San Francisco Bay area put the Paris Flea Market on your calendar! (and Room With a Past… and Treasure Island Flea Market… and…)
Top photo: The two vintage crates on my top shelf. I screwed in little cup holders across the top and use these to display 24″ necklaces. I also use them to haul light items to the shows. They’re a little fragile so I don’t put too much weight on them.
I shared a tutorial on how to make the pumpkins last week. We used wheat and other dried flowers for my daughters wedding a few weeks ago so I have a LOT of that around. You’ll probably see it again soon.
Close up of the necklaces in the left crate.
Close up of the necklaces in the right crate. I’ve been making lots of necklaces with these vintage keys and rhinestones lately. Remember when Jonny & Jordy found that HUGE stash of keys for me? I’m still using them up!
Some of my bobby pins displayed in vintage folding measuring sticks.
I’ve shared this vintage Coke crate before but I’m still using it. It’s perfect for most of my bangles, cuffs, and chunkier bracelets.
This old incense display is for my shorter necklace – 16″-18″ fit just right. And it turns so I can get a lot of necklaces in a small space. I bought it three years ago on a shopping adventure in Berkeley.
Keeping it real here… sometimes I end up sticking things in that don’t look all that great. I didn’t mean to leave that cap there but now that I look at the photos I don’t remember ever moving it. Oh, well…
Another “real” photo. Just stuck some earrings in a box. The “necks” were ordered online and I use them at EVERY sale!
This month I even stuck a few things UNDER my shelf. We’ll see if anyone notices them.
My basket of vintage trims in a repop wire basket (it’s NFS). And you can see more wheat here in a vase with some vintage folding measuring sticks.