Starting small is still starting. A week ago I finally just did it, and started renting a small space at a local junktique place. When I say small….I mean you can’t get much smaller. It’s a shelf, but it’s a great start to see what it’s like.
This place is so cute, and I must have driven past it a million time since we moved here two years ago. Sometime not long ago, I noticed this cute vintage trailer and stopped in when I saw a yard sale happening outside.
After going inside, I was hooked on this quaint atmosphere. It smells of essential oils, and creativity! It’s like being a kid again.
I love browsing all of the vendor spaces. It’s a medium sized emporium, where I don’t feel lost in a sea of endless vendors.
I forgot to measure my shelf space, but it was hard to imagine how it would all look when I was at home anyway. I took a few more items than would fit to swap some things out until I got it just so.
I finally settled on this vintage breakfast scheme on the bottom. You’ve got your casserole dishes, your syrup, your cream for your coffee, orange juice jug, mixing bowl for your pancakes, glasses, and egg carton.
On the top, I put together this little 4th of July vignette.
And at the middle shelf, you can get a gift for someone, or decorate your cakes!
I mean seriously how cute is this awesome little gem along the highway!