Monday, January 10, 2011

Yes...I Was With Webster!


Yes....I was with Webster...

I mean, I went to the Webster Flea Market this morning.


The weather wasn't the only thing that was wild!

We managed to see quite a bit before the rain came...


Here are a few quick photos of some of the things
 that caught my eye...









My sister Lynn is such a good sport...
...she lets me drag her all over in every kind of weather!
Thanks sis!

Tomorrow we are making the drive to meet
 Shelley at Sweet Pea Home!

Can't wait!
:)

Hope all is well with you!

37 comments:

Suzanne@Meridian Road said...

All that hardware~I think my heart rate went up about 30 beats per minute! I love those metal trays.

Thanks for sharing!

Tricia @ Vintage No. 35 said...

I am also in love with all that hardware. What fun! I cannot wait for Spring to come so I can go out junkin'. Great pictures!

Anji Johnston said...

But what did yo buy?!!! All of it I hope!

The Polka Dot Closet said...

It is so crazy that I live in Orlando and have not been out to Websters in over a year. Sorry it rained this afternoon. OK, now I am going, I am motivated I live right here and have not been there for so long. Last time I was out there I got tons of linen. I am going to see if I connect with your friend and see where she lives.

Carol

Fish Tail Cottage said...

Scrumptious goodies!

Christelle said...

Que de jolis trésors pour rendre heureux les collectionneurs !

Andi's English Attic said...

Why do the sales over there look SOOOOO much more interesting than the sales over here? :(
xx

Snuskebassa said...

I am stunned!
What a fantastic flea market! It must be breathtaking to find such treasures ;-)
Love from Liv

solene said...

Je fais connaissance avec ton blog et j'ADORE !
Tu as trouvé des merveilles à ce Marché aux Puces Webster ... notamment la machine à écrire Corona ... c'est fantastique ...
J'aimerais que tu viennes voir mon blog,et me dire ce que tu en penses ... cela me ferait plaisir ...
Je te dis à bientôt car je reviens te voir très vite ...
Belle journée
Solène

Evie said...

Your photos make it look even more appealing - we need a Webster's here in Ediburgh!!

KarenSue said...

I have not been to Webster in years, maybe next week. I heard you are in town from Shelley. She had a great home sale saturday that I spent to much money.
Hope the weather is good for you girls today and you get to see some great shops!
Hugs to you,
KarenSue

Romantic Prairie Style said...

My mouth is watering at all that gorgeous "stuff". Love it !!!

BonjourRomance said...

Bonjour Laura,
I love all those gorgeous door locks! Glad you made it before the rain.
Hope your new year is off to a fantastic start!
Mimi

loveandlilac said...

Loving the door furniture. Great photos as always.

trash talk said...

Good gravy...if that Baby Jane makeup isn't enough to give a girl the willies...those arms would do it!
Have fun with Shelley. Be sure and roll down your stockings and tighten those bra straps...you're gonna laugh yourself silly. She's wonderful!
Debbie
P.S. give her a hug from me.

Theresa said...

Beautiful pictures! I can't wait to hear about your visit! HUGS!

Julie@beingRUBY said...

Love that mannequin head Laura.. deliciously weird!! and love the typewriter too... thanks for taking us along and have a fab time tomorrow.. or is it today already??? ciao ciao xxx Julie

Gina at Vintage Junk in My Trunk said...

That flea market looks amazing, Laura! Love just about everything, especially the hardware! Those purpley bottles are fun too. Can't wait to hear all about your visit with Sweet Pea!

Jamie said...

The arms on that mannequin - so strange and just plain wrong.

cheryl kuhn said...

Oh my goodness, I am sitting her salivating over all those amazing items you photogrpahed! Sorry about the rain but it looks like you enjoyed the time you were able to be out and hunting!

" SHABBY JUNK" said...

Love ALL your photos! judy

Pam said...

Gorgeous stuff and beautiful pictures. Can't wait to see what you bought.

A Cottage Muse said...

Great junkin trip and seeing Shelley, all in one week...I'm jealous!

Vicki said...

Be still my heart...that table full of hardware...oh my. I have to get there soon. I've never made the drive. Renningers is so much closer. Have a safe trip and enjoy your visit with Shelley!

Tallulah's Antique Closet said...

That is a cool toy boat! Thanks for sharing the photos................TALLULAH'S

Sea Witch said...

Love this post and all of the treasure that you found and saw. My sister is like your sister, she let's me drag her around to these things too. We always have a blast though. Sea Witch

Rebecca said...

My heart went thump when I saw that cabinet with the cool hinges in the first picture~ Hope you grabbed that~
Blessings
Rebecca

Andy's Attic said...

What an interesting flea!! Wish we had those here. I must say that the female sculpture may cause a nightmare....eww.
Annette

Suz said...

Quirky, quirk things, Laura, especially the staue. What I really love are all those blue bottles! I don't see them around here at all!
Hugs,
Suz

Olive Cooper said...

Brave ones you are in this weather. The hardware is very interesting. ♥O

manon 21 said...

SUPER!
la chine c'est vraiment le rêve.

Amitiés
Manon

Heaven's Walk - said...

What a treasure trove of delight, Laura! Delicious rustiness, chippiness, and tarnished silver....Glad you dodged the raindrops! Hey, say hi to Shelley for me, will you? Have a great time together!!!

xoxo laurie

Evi said...

Laura, there certainly were treasures at the fleamarket. Hope you got some really neat things that you will share with us.
That "dress form thing" was rather strange
But it made for an interesting picture.
Ha, and you only had rain! We are getting hit again with lots of snow.
Can't wait for the blog about sweetpeahome!!!!!!!!
I am sure that you were on cloud nine!
Lots of love, Evi

Carole said...

Well thats some crazy altered art!!! looks like you and Lynn had fun but not as much as you'll have with Shelley!

xx
c

Prairie Girl Studio said...

oh oh oh ...
oh, i love those door plates!
thanks so much for sharing your fun, laura!
: )
xo
pg

Riviera Wedding Planner said...

Love this hardwear post. So many gorgeous things. Thanks for sharing
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Anonymous said...

Wow! This is so cool! Awesome stuff! I miss Central Florida since moving back to the Hoosier State nearly 8 years ago. I lived close to Mount Dora. Do you ever visit the market there? Hope you're having a great time as we shovel out further north.

cj