29 March 2009

Sandpoint Antique Market




















Really, there is nothing like getting up far too early on a Sunday and sneaking out before anyone else wakes.  It is especially sweet when I am heading out to do something girlie - times that are few and far between these days...  Thankfully, today was one such morning and I was especially excited as this month at the Sandpoint Antique Market the Queen of Tarte (she is ever more fabulous that I knew that she would be!) and the Barn House boys (if possible even cuter in person) were going to be here!  As I have always wanted to take a girls road trip to Portland to see them, after today, I will definitely be doing so this spring~

The Sandpoint Antique market takes place every other month and it really is worth the visit.  I always come home with at least a couple of treasures that I have discovered~

xo

The following were some of the fabulous vendors at the market and their blogs~  The photos above were from their booths.


The Queen of Tarte herself!


Bob and Deb Kennedy at Retreat

Dawn Oscar at Great Findz


Deborah Burton of Ormolulu



16 comments:

Kristin said...

Pretty, pretty post! Loving the soothing spring colors and your taste! Always impeccable!

Have a great rest of your Sunday!

Ciara said...

And here I was wending my way to your door! Our paths must have crossed unknown, hidden by the blog- trees of the Forest of Blogs!

I am envious! Both of your time away for girly indulgence, and of such an amazing market! Did you buy anything? :-)

Nadja Vol said...

Lovely, missed you on the funky junk outing with Garden Gals, but from the looks of it you got to feast your lense on some lovelies elsewhere.

Deb said...

Kimberly, thank you so much for your kind words about our booth and our wares! I enjoyed meeting you, and mentioned you on OUR blog, as well! ;0)

http://retreatdesign.blogspot.com/2009/03/sand-point-sunday.html

concrete & honey said...

Ooh, these markets look amazing and your pictures are really beautiful, I wish I could wake up on a Sunday morning and have these nearby to visit

Deborah Burton said...

Kimberly, it really makes my day to meet a wonderful kindred spirit such as yourself. Thanks for the note in your beautiful blog . . . and YOU now dwell in Ormolulu-land too!

Debi

Ashley said...

What beautiful images! I am so inspired by your french lessons! I wish I could fit those into my life right now! If you ever feel the need to listen to the french radio station I mentioned, you can do so online...
http://www.radio-canada.ca/regions/colombie-britannique/index.shtml
a great station to listen to while blogging!

Joanie said...

Those are nice...I love antique but I have no idea how to use it as a decoration

Laurie Cinotto said...

thanks so much for stopping by and saying "hello" at sandpoint. very nice meeting you!

laurie cinotto

Funky Junk Sisters said...

Kimberly,
Thanks for stopping by our blog. We hope you can come to our Funky Junk Sisters Antique Show & Flea Market in Puyallup, WA. The dates are June 13 & 14,2009.

The Funky Junk Sisters
Funkyjunksisters.blogspot.com

Joyce said...

You are one lucky duck! This market looked fabulous! Did you get anything? I'll have to visit some of the others you have posted. If only they would sell online... Enjoy my friend!! xoxo

Deborah Burton said...

Dear Joyce, no doubt anything you see on these blogs would be available for purchase if not alredy sold--just contact the blogger attached to the photos you like!

Happy hunting,

Debi a.k.a. Ormolulu

Jess said...

very pretty finds! I love your images, they would be great for my new place. Heading over to your Etsy shop now :)

Nora said...

My mom and I loved all of your stuff. Sad we got there late in the day when things were pretty picked over. Such beautiful pictures you captured from the super fun day!

Barn House said...

Thank you so much for stopping by and visiting us this past Sunday...Not to mention the kind words about us and beautiful pictures you took of the vendors! I think I was too cold for me to remember to take pictures that day. I will be sending folks over your way once I thaw out a bit more. :o)

Queen of Tarte said...

It was great meeting you at Sandpoint...thanks for stopping by to introduce yourself. Great photos!! Hope to see you soon in our neck of the woods. xo Cindy