remnants of the past…

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wow this week sure flew by for me.  my days seem filled with nothing but deadlines lately – i guess you can say being busy is a good thing.  i’ve got some serious creative ideas brewing in my head so luckily it’s the weekend so i’m definitely going to lock myself in the studio and just create.  i’ll be sure to share the process on instagram this weekend and the outcome on my blog monday…

today, i wanted to share about a trip i took earlier this month to visit our friend paula cheney and attend remnants of the past.  even though my travel schedule has been insane this year, this was a show that paula has talked about for years so i needed to make it a destination for me this year, and i’m so happy i did.  we arrived early in the morning (a mere 2 hours before the show actually opened) to make sure we had first dibs on the goods, well us and a hundred other people with the same idea…lol.  the weather was perfect, the show was beautifully displayed with booths both inside and out filled with vintage everything.  we spent hours sifting through nostalgic treasures, grunged goodness, and fanciful findings – it was simply wonderful…

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although we walked in as a group, paula and i quickly dashed in opposite directions as we searched and scoured for the ultimate finds.  lucky for us we didn’t attend this show alone as mario and paula’s husband jay joined our mayhem.  they were so helpful gathering our purchases and taking them to the “holding area” so we could make our way to the next booths.  with the car fully loaded we headed back to paula’s to enjoy a bbq with family and friends and go through all of our treasures to see what each other got.  i didn’t take many photos (well honestly i didn’t take a single photo, mario “mr. BTS” did), but paula on the other hand sure took more photos – if you want to check them out on her blog click here

well between all of my to-do’s this week i did manage to take a little time here and there to work on unpacking everything and finding a new home for it.  i love it all so i wanted to share a look – enjoy your weekend…t!m

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119 Comments to “remnants of the past…”

  1. Nancy D. says:

    Love all your new to you “treasures”

  2. Kathy Andrews says:

    You’re going to need another house current one for all your vintage finds and studio creativity… and one for sleeping and eating. lol

  3. Pamala b says:

    Love your goodies…looks like you had such an awese time!!!’ Love looking at how others use their purchases . Sweet!

  4. Jeri Blaufuss says:

    Glad that you had a chance to go to the show and have fun. ENJOY THE JOURNEY!!!!

  5. Anne Dwyer says:

    You are so lucky to be able to enjoy and attend these markets – so starved for these things where i live!

  6. Gina H. says:

    That show reminds me of one I went to this weekend locally called “Love of Junk”. Wow, I didn’t want to leave! That suitcase that you have with the stripes is just like one I have with my old dolls in it!

  7. pamijean says:

    What a blast from the past,huh?
    So glad you had fun findin’ all those treasures.
    ENJOY!!!!!

  8. You always find the best, coolest stuff! Seriously, your house must look like a museum!

  9. EmeralDQueen says:

    Awesome findings, love it so vintage and cool!

  10. WOW! What a load of treasures! loads of happy memories came back to me when I saw the “TUB BENCH”. My grandmother had one, she used it for laundry . She put a copper or tole tub on it and there was bleach or blue tincture in it depending on what she wanted to do. My cousin and I used to play “doctor”. He would lie on the rack and I cave him crumbled crackers as if they were pills! Can’t beleive I am saying this. have a great week!

  11. Janet Castle says:

    What a great display into the past!!! TFS
    Paper Hugs,
    Jan

  12. Emily Barker says:

    can I come next time????

  13. Naomi Davis says:

    WOW! Cool stuff.

  14. Winnie says:

    Sounds like a fun time by all! I am loving your treasures! That bunny had me cracking up! Enjoy your goodies! I will check out Paula’s blog to read about her adventure! Enjoy creating this weekend!

  15. S is for SCORE! Great time with friends + cool new vintage stuff cannot be beat!

  16. Terry Hodgdon says:

    LOVE all the wonderful treasurers!! What a fun way to spend a day.

  17. Dolly says:

    That must have been fun! Can’t wait to see what comes of your playing in your studio!

  18. Barb says:

    Love the camera, Tim. I have a smaller version from my dad which he used to take pictures in Europe during WW II. It’s a treasure.

  19. Judy and her crew put on a wonderful show. We have been to it in the past as buyers and now we are vendors of reclaimed barn wood Fabulous show either way you look at it. Glad you stopped by.

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