Friday, April 9, 2010

~New JUNK Finds for The Poet & Gibson Mill!~

Well another hectic week has almost passed. I wanted to get this post completed before I hit the trail to work at The Depot......if not it will be another week before I realize that I did not get it done. Boy did I ever pack in the JUNK at my booth in The Sleepy Poet yesterday! I have never seen so many pieces in one spot but I got em in there! I have collected alot of new JUNK goods the past few weeks. Here is a sampling of some of it all. I will hopefully have a few pics of The Depot booths soon.

This little crusted white childs chair has seen it's days for sure but I had to have it for the booth!

More of my favorite chippy finds. Old mirrors do tell the stories of days gone by!
Is this not the best Chippy Cupboard ??? Thanks to my friend Zena it has found it's home in my booth at The Sleepy Poet!
The key to my heart.....old Yellow Ironstone! I think Ironstone is my single most favorite old item ever!
Old worn Mannequins!
Old White Cabinets and Candles!
Old Chippy Whited Rusted Cages, I just put this cutie in the booth!
Old Roosting Boxes...... LOVE! Available at The Sleepy Poet
Is this the cutest old chippy cabinet or what?? Me and Hubby took a trip to the mountains last week and this is the prize I came home with. Now available at The Depot $128.95.
Old Chippy Columns..... a MUST have!!
A few of the weeks JUNK finds, most have already made their way to The Sleepy Poet or The Depot! The Old Yellow and Turquoise cabinet really made me junp for joy!

Thanks for stopping by, I am off to work for the day!! Hugs and Blessings, Janna


Junk Girl said...

Hi girl! Long time no talk! ha! Looks like you are keeping busy as ever! We are in the planning stages for this year's sale...lots of things to decide and plan for...and fun!

Take care and talk soon! Andrea

Anne - Fiona and Twig said...

Janna, your booth is amazing!
I wish you were my booth neighbor, I need way cool people like you to surround myself with.

And yes, that chippy cupboard is fantastic! I scored something very similar a few days ago for a steal, and now I'm struggling to decide whether to keep or sell.

Keep up the fab work, it looks fantastic as always.

trash talk said...

As always it looks wonderful. You have such a sharp eye for fun stuff. BTW, I just sold a birdcage like yours at Zapp. You didn't sneak by me did you? LOL!

Theresa said...

Oh my goodness Janna! I can't wait to visit your booth and I can tell "I better bring a truck":) Love all of it, those columns are precious. Hugs my friend and I am putting a visit to your booth on my "to certainly do" list! Have a blessed day! said...

There are so many things in your beautiful booth that I need:) Love it all. Have fun!
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Lou Cinda said...

I REALLY need the platter that says "life unscripted". LOVE that!

Do you sell ands ship!

Everything looks fabulous!!

Lou Cinda :)

Gracie's Cottage said... have this Northern girl wishing she could head South! Great finds and wonderful vignettes!

nostalgia*gal said...

Your Booth makes me sigh and I am too far away to shop it! Must plan a trip to your area!! Laughing would have to come with an empty trailer to pack up your stash.
Cheers, cindykay

Rebecca said...

Hi Janna
It all looks great!
Love the little cabinet and the columns and you have knack girl!

Tattered Goods said...

Happy Friday Janna!
I hope your week was good... your booth looks GREAT! I love the corbels, they are a must have and the manequin oh my how much is she? You need to stop by my place a leave a comment... i am having my first ever giveaway.


donna baker said...

Long time no see Janna. Glad to hear from you.

Signs and Salvage said...

That green cabinet made me swoon!! YUMMY!!! LOVE all the JUNK...true TREASURES!!!

Happy Weekend!!

Take Care,



LOVE your booth and it inspires me for my room! I need all the help I can get.
Have a great weekend!
Deb :)

Chickens in the Basement said...

Yep, love the green cabinet. It would make a good chicken nesting box, too!

Jenny S said...

Chippy columns, posts, name it we have it! You must try and make a trip to Raleigh and check us out!!! Mary was so happy to meet you last weekend! Sorry I missed the trip!
Jenny of SuzAnna's Antiques

GardenofDaisies said...

I love that yellow and turquoise cabinet! It would look lovely in my kitchen. :-)

Linda said...

Wonderful goodies- I'd love to come shop!

The Tattered Cottage said...

Once again you have found some fabulous treasures. I had a pretty good Junkin' time today, I'll have photos up later. I have a little something for you on my blog, stop by and check it out.

Tardevil said...

I SO need to check out that Gibson Mill place. Between that and Hobby Lobby, I could be on that side of town all day. I still haven't made it to the Sleepy Poet yet. I hope I can over the summer. I know I'll have to empty my wallet when I go there. I don't know how you find such cute things. That birdhouse would be perfect in a shabby chic home. Have a great week.

The Shepherds Fold said...

We work together like did I not see this fabulous mannequin?! So cute. I booth looks pretty awesome - as always! Hugs :)

Tamarah said...

Janna I'm LOVING the stuff you get your hands on....Those columns are TO DIE FOR & the bird cage....Oh be still my wildy flapping heart.... ** sigh **

Cheers from Australia,
Tamarah :o)

Mary said...

Loving it all and must come back to both shops - will have to be later in Summer though as I'll be traveling so much the next few months!! Know you and the gals will have more great stuff no matter when I come - I will be patient, somehow!!

Tomorrow I will do another post on Gibson Mill - I have more great pics of some of the other treasures I spied....and I'll link back to you, Rachel and Beth.

Hope you're enjoying another spectacular weekend, without pollen!
Hugs - Mary

Laurie said...

Wow! You've been busy. I love the chicken rooster thingy!!! Looks like fun...Laurie

the vintage wren said...

I just found your blog, and I'm in love with it already. I am also in N.C. I just saw here that you have a booth at the sleepy poet, and I see two things in your pics that I really must have. One being the vintage bird cage, and the other the mannequin. Will you send me an email with the pricing for these two items if they are still available? My sister lives in Charlotte, and I could have her run over and get them for me. You can find my e-mail on my blog. Thanks so much, and I'm definitely a new follower. tAke Care, Carrie

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Nishant said...

We are in the planning stages for this year's sale.
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