|Loved this couch area.|
|Looking in from the outside.|
|Check out the flowers wrapped in the corset.|
|Button chair by table. Yum!|
This is looking down the hwy from the side of the road we were shopping on. Bumper to bumper of cars. we never even shopped on the other side of the road. Have to do that next trip!
http://www.gypsyville.com/ was a fun booth to shop! They had some great items. I bought a rhinestone crown belt buckle and black leather belt for it. I also got a colorful teal and lime green dingle ball scarf. I just need something to wear it with. LOL Photos of their booth is below.
|My husband said "poor deers" because of the crowns.|
This booth is Paris Montana http://www.parismontana.blogspot.com/ . They had some cool jewelry. I loved what these two ladies were wearing. You would see ladies all day long wearing fabulous stuff. They were probably going to the prom later that night. We were to tired to come back for it. maybe next time.
|Back of ladies shirt.|
Found all kinds of neat metal toy trucks! I still remember from a photo of Sally Jean Alexander's studio in Where Women Create of her robins egg blue metal truck. She put glues in hers I think. I never saw a robins egg blue one though or I would have bought it. Love that color!
Several booths when walking around Warrenton.
This was where we got cart liners. Really cute ones. They were from Winnie and Tallulah. Although that is not what the booth was called. I think it was Split pea but I am not for sure. I have seen them at a booth in Winnie and Tallulah.
Well that's it for my trip down South. It was really fun and I highly recommend you going. The show is twice a year, Spring and Fall. Check out this site for more info http://www.antiqueweekend.com/indexmain.html .