Monday, April 20, 2009

Texas Antique Weekend: Mon., March 30, 2009

Pin It
ALL ABOUT MARBURGER!

I had the opportunity to help Sue Whitney set up for her Junk Beautiful Outdoor Edition book signing and Habitat for Humanity fund-raiser at the Marburger Farm Antique Show. I noticed that all my photos at Marburger were of white/neutral displays. I'm drawn to them like a bug to a light! I really wish I had taken more photos, because there was a lot more to see! It's absolutely magical in person, so I highly recommend a trip in the fall!

Other Marburger Farm Vendors
(I'd like to give credit, so let me know if you recognize the booths!)







The makings of Sue's Habitat for Humanity fund-raising tent!




One more Texas Antique Weekend post to come!


14 comments:

  1. You featured some awesome booths, but looks like there were several really great ones that I missed. I'll have to stay longer next time and not be in such a rush.

    ReplyDelete
  2. You have really captured the flavor of the show. I need those white stools in the next to the last photo...Bad!!!
    I meant to tell you I am in love with the 3rd photo of the blog party from your previous post. I love how everyone is meeting and the handshake! It brought it all home visually.
    Thank you, Debbie

    ReplyDelete
  3. Dadgum! What wonderful photos of such inspirational spaces! Amy, your eye is amazing. You ARE coming in the fall, aren't you? ~Mindy

    ReplyDelete
  4. Your photographs are awesome! What a great eye you have. Oh, you've got me dreaming........

    ReplyDelete
  5. Once again I am in awe at you photos. It's the next best thing to being there. Thanks for letting me enjoy through your eyes!

    ReplyDelete
  6. Hey! :) What great pictures!! Sounds like such an amazing trip! Thanks for sharing with us!!

    ReplyDelete
  7. Awesome photos!! Can I wipe the drool off my keyboard now? Ohhh...the chippy white stuff!! Thanks for sharing! How cool re: helping Sue Whitney set up her space! i met her used to be partner Ki Nassauer at Renningers in Mt Dora...felt a groupie...LOL! *elaine*

    ReplyDelete
  8. Your photos made me feel as if I was there, Amy...seriously. I think I want to live in a couple of those booths now.

    Candy

    ReplyDelete
  9. Amy, your photos are amazing. We need to take a group with us next time! We can do a Junk Market Junket, don't you think??? Loved Judy Hill's booth. I want that Gazebo! It was awesome!

    Lanette

    ReplyDelete
  10. Amy!! I want something from every picture! That blue desk is to die for and that star....man! I wish I was with you!

    ReplyDelete
  11. Your photographs are wonderful. Thanks for showing some other vendors at Marburger. I am always drooling over Judy Hill's Designs. I'd LOVE to go junkin' with you some time! Sorry I missed the shows and the Blog party :(..next yr
    ox lulu redstar

    ReplyDelete
  12. You must have had a terrific time, someday I want to go to Marburger and take photos as wonderful as you! If that was all I could bring home it would be plenty! Thanks so much for sharing.
    JOY!

    ReplyDelete
  13. Those photos are great. What beautiful stuff.

    ReplyDelete

Life whispers...what is it saying today?