Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Boootique Sneak Peek

My Vintage Halloween BOOOtique is less than a month away and I am trying not to panic.  So many things to be made and times a tickin'!  In order to make things, I need things.  Unique bits and pieces to keep my creations new and different.  So, off I go in search of odds and ends - weird and silly little stuff.  This is a sample of some of the things I found this weekend.  AND .. don't forget ... next Sunday ... the Coburg Antique Faire in Coburg, Oregon.  It is huge and full of treasures.  I will be in space 906, same as last year near my fellow junkers, Diane, Joy, Sue & Joe. 
Please stop by and see us.


It is the first day of school here in our neck of the woods and that means
that my favorite season is almost upon us.  I love fall and
I   LOVE  to create Halloween decorations! 
I have been creating new Halloween and Fall items since May! 
All of these goodies will be at my
Vintage Halloween BOOOtique on October 2nd. 

Here is a little sneak peak of what awaits you at the Boootique ...



fabulous Spellbinders!  Witchy shoes that even Carrie Bradshaw couldn't resist.



Some wonderful hats, certain to set you apart from all the other Black Hatters ...


and ... some of my little figures that I haven't made for a few years.


This and so much more will await you on October 2nd.  In the meantime ...
I will keep tempting you with little peeks.  Keep checking back for more!  M.

5 comments:

Lorrie said...

It all looks hauntingly enticing.

Sharon Wengel said...

Wish I didn't live so far away, I would love to come to that antique fair.
Love the sneek peek , everything is so pretty !

Nice and Easy Antiques said...

I just LOVE those shoes!!!!

Christa from Chloe Rose said...

Your Halloween goodies look fabulous! I didn't know you made those figurines....it is gorgeous. Hope you have a wonderful show!

Christa

Amy said...

I am with ya, Halloween starts early around here as well. I just love creating the season of fall in my house while the temps are 100* plus outside. Looks like you grabbed some good stuff to create with.
Amy

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