Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Finished With Set-Up!


I was able to finish up my little space for the Fall show at Monticello today.

Here are some pictures of what it looks like.

Be sure to stop by Friday morning at 10:00am if you're in the neighborhood!


These are huge bound newspapers from the early 1900's from Beirut Lebanon.

I don't understand a word of it but it's old and it's paper, should I say more?







The other ladies are still busy working on their spaces.

I'm planning on going back to Monticello tomorrow to take pictures of all the wonderful booths.

So until them, I hope you have a great day!


11 comments:

Primitiques 'n Poetry said...

Debbie, round edged glass thing with silver band on top and bottom...white plates inside...what is it? Love it! Your space looks great. Here's wishing you a great show! ~Mindy

Uncovered Ruby said...

I love it. Thanks for sharing pictures of all your wonderful finds! Looks fabulous...

A Thing for Roses said...

You did a fabulous job! Simply gorgeous! Isabel will be in tomorrow to work our space a bit. I'll be in on Friday for the sale. Can't wait to see everyone's finished spaces.

XO,

Lisa

Marguerite said...

You are so talented. Your space looks wonderful. I MAY even get Nabil to go (shopping is not his thing) but the idea of Beirut newspaper bundles from 1900 sounds pretty intriguing to him!! Where on earth did you find them????

June said...

Oh how I WISH I was in the area. It would be a dream to come by and see this beautiful space in person. It looks wonderful!
Hugs,
June

Tracey said...

OMG it's sooooo gorgeous! You definitely have display talent!!

:) T

Beth said...

Wish I could visit your booth, but I live near the "other" Portland.

Have a great show!

Little Cottage said...

I'm gonna so be there :o)
- Sylvi

Miss Gracie's House said...

It all looks fabulous!
Rene'

Sweet Sage said...

Wonderful! All of it!
Wishing I could visit!!

The Barefoot Shutterbug said...

Hi Debbie, I enjoyed looking at your beautiful blog, especially the pictures of the old books and letters. They remind me of my great grandmothers correspondence art school letters the from the early 1900s. Please stop by my new blog and say hi. I'd love to get some feed back from you. God Bless you! Jodi http://thebarefootshutterbug.blogspot.com/