The weekend of the last Clover Market was a real doozy. We had to pack one of our cars two days in advance due to weather constraints, and attended a big wedding the night before.
Getting up at the crack of dawn the next day was a bit rough, as was the rest of the unpacking, setting up, schmoozing for seven hours, and packing back up again.
My feet were hurting from all of the dancing, and I may have had one or twelve of these:
However, I was MUCH happier with my booth set-up this time!
The reason? I brought ALL of my display pieces with me -- the corner cupboard, the stools, the bookcase -- and it was much easier to style and fluff this time around. Lesson learned.
Another bright, beautiful, spring day. The vintage Mary chalk statue sold first.
No typewriters sold this time around (sold three the month prior), but did sell four cameras, including a movie camera.
And some clocks.
I was even able to hang up my homemade red and aqua pennant -- we didn't raise the tent to the highest option and I could reach!
Oddly, no furniture sold this time around.
But the vintage aqua ball jars flew off the table!
As did the suitcases.
Stella is all set to go to the next one!
This Sunday, June 8, in new-to-me Chestnut Hill, PA location. Hope to see you there!