Thursday, June 23, 2011

The Vintage Marketplace

Well now that my computer is somewhat behaving again I can finally show you the pictures from Christie Repasy & Rita Reade's Vintage Market Place. Since my camera (like everything else I own) was misbehaving I didnt get very many photos but here's a few of the beautiful flea!

The Vintage Marketplace is the prettiest Flea in So. Cal!
Rita's handiwork




Love this chair

How cute!
Dreamy!

Amber & Rita

For the garden.
Artist Julie Nutting's booth
Happy Friday~ Stay inspired.
XO~


11 comments:

T's Daily Treasures said...

I'm popping over from Cindy's to say hi! Sure looks like it was a glorious day for a vintage sale. Have a fabulous Friday. :) Tammy

Paula ~ castleandcottagesigns said...

Fun & inspiring Sharon! I'd take any Flea in So. Cal!
hugs,
paula:)

Cindy Adkins said...

Oh wow, it's all so gorgeous, Sharon!!! It must have felt like Disneyland for Vintage-Loving people!!! So dreamy!
XO
Cindy

The Old White Barn said...

Stopped in by way of My Desert Cottage, and so glad I found you!

Now following so I don't miss any of your fun finds!

Susan
The Old White Barn

Bearly Sane said...

Wish we had more vintage markets like this one...I'd have a ball!!

Thanks for sharing Sharon.
Hugs,
Sandi

Marilou of Lulu's Lovlies and Heartful Creations said...

Hi I was stopping by from Cindys blog to say Hi and nice to meet you! I'm in So CA. and I see you are in CA, great post and blog! xo Marilou

Elyse said...

swoon-o-rama, baby!

xo
elyse

Donna said...

Saw you featured over at Cindy's:) What a gorgeous market! I would have so much fun shopping there, and would have a hard time leaving empty handed!!

Kathy said...

I love the market, I see so much eye candy. Lots and lots that I could fall in love with.
Thanks for sharing. First time visitor, I love your blog
Kathy

Lean said...

This market looks like a lot of fun and many yummies...
byebye,lean

Kathy said...

I can only imagine how much fun you had, your photos are wonderful.
I see lots of needful things I could bring home.
Thanks for sharing, Kathy