|For White Wednesday today I thought I would share another trip up to the antique mall that isn't too far from my daughter's house. You can bet that I will visit this place every time we head up that way just for this booth alone! Remember this post and Leslie's booth? This is her booth again that I visited on Friday. Isn't this European telephone neat? Love it!|
|Fell in love with this sign too!|
|Many, many wonderful items in Leslie's booth!|
|I don't know for sure , but I am guessing that she made these wonderful totes.|
|Love what she has done with these old architectural pieces too.|
|Does it get any better than chippy iron and WHITE?? I think not! :)|
|Smallest corbels I have ever seen.|
|Overall shot of the booth|
|Just pure beauty everywhere I looked!|
|I would have loved to brought this home with me, but I can't buy everything. My wallet just won't allow it. :)|
|I noticed that she put one of her french enamel numbers on this basket . Neat idea!|
|Love how Leslie displayed her business cards in the little clay pot.|
|Three little Belgium seed pots.|
This was my purchase and I was thrilled to find them for a price that I could afford!
I have more photos, but it would take forever to upload them all in one post on dial-up internet so I will do a follow-up post soon. I sure wish her booth was closer to where I live, but maybe that would not be a good thing because I would be tempted to spend more money than I should. With that in mind, I will be happy just to visit once in awhile and then it will be that much more special . Happy White Wednesday a little early. Be sure and visit Kathleen over at Faded Charm again tomorrow to browse more beautiful whites.