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Monday, July 20, 2009

French Flea III

The Little French Flea Market is OVER! Yes, we survived the 106 degree heat! Thank you to those who endured the heat and shopped with us. If you weren't there, I hope you were staying cool. Here's a peek at some of the items we were selling.
Vintage wood windows, burlap pillows, flour sack tea towels, chairs, and lots of cutepinkstuff!
Guest appearance by husband bringing me and my daughter lunch!
My daughter cleaning glass doors. What a trooper!
Turn of the century iron crib, hand made burlap pillows, pink file cabinet, ceiling tin message board. . .
Vintage glass doors with opaque fleur de lis design.
Cottage mailbox/flower box hand crafted by my husband.
Free standing iron chalk board.
Iron framed oval chalk board.
Old wood "Vintage" window.
Old wood "Cottage" window.
Old wood "Garden" window. Old pink wood "Rose Cottage" window.
Huge vintage fleur de lis ceiling panels (2).
Iron garden stakes, rusty bird feeder with a missing leg (I lovingly named her, "Ilene") and another photo of my husband's larger than life mail box/flower box!

Thanks for stopping by!


Caroline said...

What beautiful items you I wish I lived closer to you(I'm Canadian)! We never have sales like this. Hubby and I keep thinking we have to go into this line of business(during the summer). I love the mailbox your hubby made.

Unknown said...

Cindy, so glad to hear your sale was a success! Sounds like everything went well despite the hot weather! Your daughter is such a treasure! Your item are all so lovely! I am crazy about your burlap pillows and the wonderful vintage windows! Hubs mailbox is too adorable and so cheery!

Thanks for sharing the photos of your day!


Elyse said...

ilene - LOL - you are silly like me (come see "chippy yardlong")

a stunning assortment of cute pink stuff. i love it all!!!


June said...

Everything is so pretty. I love the pillows. And that mailbox is soooo cooool. Don't you just love having a husband that is so handy?

Diane Mars said...

Cindy, Sure looks like you had wonderful selection at your booth, we had to work this weekend, being a real estate agent does have some drawbacks. It sure was a HOT weekend! Hugs, Diane

Cindy said...

Wow, that's some nice things! I can't imagine being out in that heat though!

Tara said...

This looks like something I would LOVE to go to! You are too far away though! Your heat sounds like it was unbearable too. Hope your sale was a success for you!

Miss Gracie's House said...

Such cute stuff!! Aren't sales the funnest, ever? After the set-up, that is...Are you cutting your own vinyl lettering?

Lilla Blanka said...

Hi Cindy!

Oh it looks absolutely gorgeous!!!

I live in I´m not able to visit, but my mother lives in L.A and she would like to visit you. When is the next flea market? Are you open every Saturday?

Big hug from Sweden

Unknown said...

Looks like you had an amazing French Flea! Love your stuff!!

:) T

Lynn @The Vintage Nest said...

how come all the pretty fun places are in Calif? Everything is gorgeous and I heart that cottage sweet mailbox!

Unknown said...

What beautiful things! Oh how I wish I were closer!

Anonymous said...

I absolutely Love your stuff!!
How far are you from Riverside?

Lori said...

Gosh, we do not have such good stuff in Indiana! All you see here is what I cal Mid-West blahs, brown, beige and BORING! Nothing feminine mostly manly looking stuff! Looks like you had fun minus the heat! Lori

MJ Ornaments said...

Cindy everything looks so beautiful! So hot though yikes. Your husband's a good sport hanging out with you. Take care my dear, Martha

The imPerfect Housewife said...

OH I wish I would've been there!!!! I bet the customers went bananas! That flower pot/mailbox - I want, I need, I must have. OK, maybe at my new house. LOVE your stuff, girl ~ By the way, I'm having my first giveaway at my blog - it's nothing like your awesome stuff, but it's silly fun. Take care and have a good rest of the weekend ~


Wow so glad I found your blog, it is truly wonderful. I wish I could have been at your sale, it looks like just the kinda stuff I love and do. I THANK YOu for great pictures and a great blog, I will be back as often as possilbe.

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