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Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Snapshots of the Vintage Market at the NWFGS - Recycle, Reuse, Repurpose! Wordless Wednesday

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  1. How fun. I would have gone nuts in there, if the prices were good. Thanks for sharing photos!

  2. Isn't it fun looking at all of these things and imagining what they've been through and how they're repurposed. More and more, vintage markets are just collections of things that I remember using not so long ago. Guess that makes me old.

  3. It's great to give different objects wonderful second life. Ingenuity is appreciated. Regards.

  4. I love old junk, and the principles of reusing and repurposing, but I am so bad at it, at spotting good old stuff and putting things together so they look good. I know you have a good eye for it. Thanks for sharing your photos of the vintage market!

  5. That was a fun area to look and to photograph.

  6. WOW! So many wonderful booths and ideas. Thanks for sharing.

  7. Thank you everyone for your comments!

  8. Your pictures make me want to be there! Love your stuff!

  9. Oh, what a fun place to shop! Lots of ideas started jingling in my brain as I scrolled through your photos.

  10. So much eye-candy ! I always loved this show and found so much inspiration . Your pictures captured exactly what motivates me at the shows.

  11. Ooooh, that place sure looks like fun!

  12. Wonderful vintage market! Wish there was one at the Philadelphia Flower Show. I'm wondering if you bought anything there. P x

    1. Hi Pam! I bought some plants from the Show's vendors, but nothing at the Vintage Market...


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