Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Hortons of Tipton French Flea Market Part 2

Here we go~
Round two of Hortons at Tipton French Flea!

I think I took as many photos inside as I did outside the
store. Although I will say in looking at photos on other
blogs, I think I missed some booths and I haven't a clue
how I did that. Either I was in la-la land or I was just in photo
taking mode and missed them that way! :(

I purchased some of the french bread and herb
butter and it was delish!!

I have always thought it would be neat to ride a bike
to town and get fresh flowers like they seem to be
able to do in Paris.
{Yes I live in a dream world. lol.}
Would have loved to purchase some of the fresh flowers
here for sale, but after we left here we were headed to my
sons for a couple days and they would never have made
it home safely.

Lovely treats! They also had amazing fudge.
Thank you Donna...the peanut butter fudge is
delicious! I am trying to be good and eat one little
slice at a time. :)

All these next photos and the one above are ones in the
store display that was just gorgeous!

Donna sure

does a fabulous job of putting it alltogether!

LOVE these curtains, but they just aren't in my budget and don't know if they ever will be. :)

beautiful display after beautiful display!

I don't know about you, but I have never been in a
hardware store that looks like this!

I have a pillow like the one in the middle. Love it.

french style goodies everywhere you look

Thought these cement balls were neat.

Even more beauty

The photo above and the one below is from a booth
that was set up inside the store. I purchased two vintage
postcards from this booth.
{Portobello Road}

Tomorrow for White Wednesday I will show you what I purchased. I didn't buy a lot, but I did get some nice items. Loved every minute of it and when I look at other photos on other blogs, I want to go right back.

Happy Tuesday!


Paula ~ castleandcottagesigns said...

Oh so gorgeous Sandi!! No, I've never seen a hardware store like that! :)

Anonymous said...

Everything is so lovely !!! & Tempting ! ! LOL!!
Have a Wonderful Day ! !

Sweet Old Vintage said...

Oh my gosh... too many tempng objects for me.... Very lovely...

Debra@CommonGround said...

SO glad you've been sharing your French Flea photos! They're wonderful, so much inspiration. I would have loved to have been there!
xoxo Debra

Julie Marie said...

Hi Sandi, I am afraid I would go bankrupt in there!... love it all!... and French bread with herb butter sounds delish!... thanks for sharing... wish I was there... xoxo Julie Marie

Irene said...

Wow, you were very lucky to be allowed to photograph all those booths, most places don't let you do that.

The Vintage Farmhouse said...

You took some lovely photo's!!

Julia @ Vintage with Laces said...

I wish I could have been there. I see lots of fabulous things. Thank you for sharing your trip to that wonderful flea market, Sandi!

Lady Pamela said...

Dear Sandi, You could so make those curtains! My sister is learning how to transfer photocopies onto fabric, and you can get anything you need from the Graphics Fairy. When she gets the technique down, I will get her to email you. In the meantime, If you can't get to France, plan a trip to Quebec. lol
PS - It is also a dream of mine to go to Paris.