Saturday, July 25, 2009

~More Fresh Junk...& a Booth Re-Do!~

Well... it was a Friday for the record..... I left out for work early & was up at 4:45 am. I did not return to the driveway until 8 pm!! I think I have woke more tired this morning than I was before I went to bed last night!!! I had to head to the booth for a re-do after working all day yesterday, thankfully, a dealer had came the day before and nabbed up alot of my big pieces. So everything is now fresh and new at The Poet thanks to that person!! So here go alot of pics for you all to take a peek at.....Remember that white old Base Cupboard from my previous post... there she is sitting pretty and chippy!

Ok, here are the Thrify Friday junk goods... All found in 3 little stops on the way home from the market.....First came that White Chippy Rocker, I swear I was so excited and I did not want anyone to get it so ....I drug it behind me through the entire store while I shopped!!! I was not even leaving that sucker at the register.... It needs no work at all, just a price tag!! I love those types of finds!

More of the Thrift store Good Goodies.... the New big Clock was an exceptional find for the $$. Had to grab the Rusty Garden Orb thing???
Ok, this Old Crystal bowl, I need help, I know it's old... Maybe Carnival Glass? When you look at the bottom, the little circle in the center is mirrored, The little old lady checking out in front of me said "Honey, hold onto that one." Anyone know anything about this piece??
Old Porcelain Piece, the best Tarnished Silver Platter with 4 cute little feet to the bottom along with a very Thrifty Suitcase, could not decide if I wanted or not but for $1.91 I can trash it if I decide on a No for for the booth. What ya think??

OOH la la- New Junk Pendants, Very Vintage...Junker Girl, Live What you Love, Live with No Regrets, Blessed are the Cracked for They let in the Light. All $34.95, if interested in purchase just send me over an email, Paypal is always accepted. I do have 2 of the Junker Girl available! More close up picsw of them over at my Re-Funked Junk blog, head over to check them out! Or click on pic to enlarge... *Junker Girl, Both SOLD*
Old Red Cracked Chair. Was a planter in the seat when I found her, a little wood to cover the hole added Pottery Barn Cushion and we were ready!
Chicken Wire Message Board Cupboard and Loved Chippy Farm Table, which was a new Junk find I forgot to share this week, came right out of that same market!! *Chicken Wire Cupboard SOLD*
Hodge Podge of Junk....and yes the Sign stands true there in the box...Somtimes she shopped at Garage Sales! This probably describes most of us Junk Girls, Trash Can Divers, & Road Side Junk Junkies right??
Old Metal Mailbox and Crusted Lunchbox.... Parking Sign so old that it has faded to a cool Pink!!
Crusty Rusty Old Chair.....

Tons of Metal, Chippy Wood, Crust and Rust fill my spot!!
Thanks for taking a look at the Junk of the Weekend. Me and my hubby may head out to a new Antique market today, if we make it, I will try to sneak a few pics for you all, if anything you see that you gotta have here in the post, know it's all FOR SALE, FOR CHAEP, hehehee. Just shoot me over an email for pricing. Thanks to all who have stopped in to visit, I read every single last comment. It is so appreciated and I LOVE the inspiration we all draw in from one another!! Have a great weekend, I will be checking in to see what JUNK you come up with!! Blessings and Hugs, Janna












25 comments:

Theresa said...

I always enjoy looking thru your treasures! Creative placement makes it all just beautiful! Have a blessed day!

Holly Hills Primitives said...

Love your booth, it all looks wonderful. Can't believe the great finds you get - lucky girl! Have a great weekend, Dawn

maryboys said...

everything looks simply wonderful...love every single item i can see on these photos:) *sigh*

sassytrash said...

Hey--can I go shopping with you? Love the rusty garden orb! Everything looks fabulous, and I hope to get up that way this month--would love to see your booths. Is the old Charlotte antique market (1st wknd) worth going to these days?

~La Rustique Market~ said...

Your booth is awesome! Love, Love, Love, all the chippiness and rusty, crusty finds. Your the "Junk" Huntress in my book!

Happy Junkin today and everyday!

Lisa

Nancy said...

You found the BEST stuff! I love all of it. Have a great weekend!

Nancy

junkgarden said...

Your booth looks great. You find the best stuff. I see several things that caught my eye. Your pendants look great. I've got to get busy on my "creations". I've been too busy working on this house. Too much to do, not enough time. I don't know how some of these bloggers get it all done. I'm in awe of them.

Garden Antqs Vintage said...

I am lovin some of the things I see. When are loading it up and comin to Texas?

ann said...

i love it all.thank you for sharing.its all super..................Ann

Polly said...

Janna you always find the best junk! I think the glass piece is a punch bowl bottom, but don't quote me on that one. It looks to me like it might be Heisy.

P.S. I really like the screen door! Wish I could find one like that to display earrings!
Polly

Riverwood Primitives said...

What great Junk! Wish I lived closer.

Amy'svintagecottage said...

Hi Janna! So glad to find your blog, you have great junk and I can tell its in your blood like me!
I agree with Polly that your glass bowl is a punch bowl base.
Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a message that is how I found you!
I will check back regularly1
Amy

The Texas Woman said...

Janna's junk is all good!

Ariana said...

I love your taste and your finds! I'm quite inspired.

Jenny said...

You hit pay dirt with all those things! The glass looks like pressed glass, but can't tell whether it's really old or not-maybe 1930s or earlier. Congratulations on selling your big booth pieces, too :)

Irene ~ RE~VINTAGED said...

Hi to you too! Thanks for dropping by. I had a quick looksee this morning at your post and am green with envy. You do find the greatest stuff. Prompted me to go to a great Sunday market early this morning but had to take the boys with me so real fossicking was severely limited. However the boys came across a guy selling second hand Lego and we spent more time there than anywhere else (and spent more $$$!)
Love your Booths, am on the lookout for one I could do here in Melbourne but not too many about.
Warm wishes, Irene x

Designer Junk Finder said...

Serious fun, great finds !!
Wish I could see all your treasures up close..

Jacque said...

if there is ever a blogroll of best junkers--you would be # 1--no doubt! I love the garden orb!

You work hard and it shows!

Cheri Peoples said...

I gave you an award. Go to my blog to check it out Its So Very Cheri

Cheri

A Thing for Roses said...

You always find the best stuff. Love it all!

Karen Valentine said...

Hi Janna! That's quite a haul you made! I'm gonna head over to your other blog next and see what's for sale!!! Thanks so much for coming by to check out the party. I'm so glad you had a good time and got some good ideas! Have a fabulous week!

Karen
My Desert Cottage

Annie x said...

WOW that is some collection of Treasure!! LOVE IT! I'm Annie from the UK and am a newbie blogger, but have been blogsurfing for ages!! I LOVE your blog it all looks so yummy and I have you on my fav list so thought I would come out and say hello finally!
I actually had a chicken wire cupboard exactly like that!!! I painted it in Laura Ashley Eau de nil and put vintage style scrap paper on the shelves!!
Hope you have time to visit my blog someday...would love some feedback from across the waters!

cityfarmer said...

it's hard to balance summer and blogging, but I'm out to change all that today...


you KNOW how I feel about yur junk!! I
also know you'll love my newest post....hehe

LillySue said...

Such great stuff....Love the little cupboard with the chicken wire!
Blessings~LillySue

Butterflies & Seashells said...

The crystal piece is the base to a punch bowl. You should hold onto it and research the pattern. If it is a rare pattern it might be worth some money.

Benita