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Wednesday, April 22, 2009

The Little French Flea Market

This is one event you won't want to miss! Back by popular demand is

THE LITTLE FRENCH FLEA MARKET

Saturday, 9:00 am-3:00 pm

Hidden Chateau Gardens
23130 Sherman Way
West Hills, California
(Across from the Post Office)

$2.00 Admission

I attended this event in February and shopped in awe of the Hidden Chateau Gardens.
There were a variety of items and the prices were amazingly reasonable. Visit my older post here to see what I found!

The Little French Flea Market promises to be more spectacular the second time around! There will be MORE vendors filling the inside garden AND the surrounding outer grounds. Southern California weather will be warmer AND the charming gardens will be in FULL bloom (April showers bring May flowers!)
I'm also SELLING at this event. I'll be under the PINK UMBRELLA! (Jennifer, can you believe I found an umbrella similar to yours in PINK!) My space will be filled with items from my shop at Very Vintage, my website AND I'll have NEW TREASURES as well. Better yet, items will be priced to sell! Cutepinkstuff website products will be reduced 25-50% and cottage chic furniture will be sold at reduced prices. Here are a few of the items available: (Soon, I'll post other items you'll find at The Little French Flea Market!)Moms, treat yourself this Mothers' Day to a beautiful day of outdoor shopping. You're sure to find the PERFECT gift at an AFFORDABLE PRICE. Bring your friends, family and a large vehicle!

The admission fee is only $2! Refreshments are FREE. Yes, finally an old fashioned flea market with old fashioned prices!
SEE YOU THERE!

16 comments:

Elyse said...

this all looks so amazing! why must it all be on the opposite coast from me? sigh.

love the umbrella.

xo

June said...

Now this looks like a great time. Have fun and good luck. Love the wonderful brick building.

Penny said...

Cindy,
The Little French Flea Market looks like it will be wonderful. Too bad I live tooooo far away.
I was wondering - were did you get that rather large flur-de le stencil
my hubby is painting his desk for out library - and was hoping to go a little french but is not to sure if he can freehand paint it and as of yet we have not seen a stencil.
Thanks for your time and trouble.
Penny

Stephenie said...

Everything looks so pretty...I really wish I lived closer...I would so be there if I did...Love your pink umbrella...I have an off white one....Hope all is well..
Stephenie

Celestina Marie said...

Hi Cindi, Oh my gosh, I want to shop here. You have some wonderful treasures. I just redesigned our garden and I see things that would look wonderful there.

Thank you for stopping by and your kind comments. It was so nice to see you. I hope you sell lots and lots of your wonderful pieces. How is the mall store doing? Hope well.
Take care and have a great weekend.
hugs, Celestina Marie

karlascottage.typepad.com said...

Best of luck at your market!

Diane said...

Cindi, I am going to do my best to attend, being in Real Estate I have to work most weekends ): But if not I will be there!
Hugs, Diane

Lynn said...

WOW, would be a great day out, especially in California, but alas, it is at least an 8 hour flight for me :) I hope it's a great day for your biz Cindy.

Donna @ Party Wishes said...

Sounds like a lot of fun! I will be there early since my son has a 1:00 baseball game :) I'll see if my friends would like to come as well!

cherished*vintage said...

Hi Cindy!
What fun, I'd be there in a second if I could. I hope you sold lots! Love your pink umbrella too. Thanks for sharing your crochet flowers, they're cute! I can see why they keep multiplying.
-Karoline

Doris the Great said...

What a great blog! Regarding an older blog and the painting/ refinishing of those chairs. What kind of paint would you recommend for chairs that are going to get a lot of use? Should I varnish them afterwards? Thanks.

Cami @ Creating Myself said...

Thanks for the visit! Good luck w/ the sale....wish it was in my neck of the woods! :o(

Glenda said...

Uh Oh, I would be in deep shit if I went there. Were is West Hills anyway. I live in the Bay Area.

Ciao

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