It’s already that time again… time to set up for the next monthly vintage sale at Room With a Past! My jewelry doesn’t change a lot from month to month but I do try to switch up the displays. This month I tried to make it a little lighter with some blues and greens… getting ready for spring!
I love the aqua color in these antique bottles. I bought these at an AMAZING barn sale when we went up to visit Jordann in Chico.
This frame was a very last minute project that I made just a few minutes before leaving to set up. Luckily you can’t see the back. The decorative metal panel is held in with duct tape just for this sale. But if I had more time I would have stapled it in like I did the chicken wire on these frames.
This next display piece is actually two little metal baskets from the Target dollar bins! I flipped the bottom one upside down, stuck them together temporarily with Duck Brand poster putty, filled the top basket with vintage doilies and lace, and displayed my earrings on the outsides.
These cameo cuffs are on sale this month (Only $4 each!!! If you want one and can’t make it to the sale leave a comment with your email and I’ll send you a Paypal invoice. Flat shipping of $3.65 no matter how many you order!) so I wanted them in a prominent place. I pulled out this old fire hose nozzle that I found at my favorite thrift store several years ago. The clothes pin will hold a sign during the sale but I forgot to print it out.
This next picture is from the bottom shelf. Lots of layers here… vintage dresser mirror, cake stand, then a bracelet display stand and “necks” on top. There are a couple of vintage baking pans behind them. I don’t usually sell these but I thought the egg shape was very unique and fun for spring displays.
I’ve been having a lot of fun making some St. Patrick’s Day decorations this week, too. I need to have a whole series on ticket crafts! (I did on Instagram… I think I got up to EIGHT projects.)
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