is the name of the Flea Market
White Lace and Promises resides.
I can tell you one thing
treasures are hidden!
I go in there almost every Thursday,
Friday or Saturday,
and I always find something I haven't seen before.
For most of us, it's
the thrill of the hunt that keeps us digging.
Just haven't been able to get out of town
for a real dig so I've dug around
at "Hidden Treasures."
I found this great tray in a vendor's
junk pile booth.
Shhhhh, sometimes mine looks more like a junk pile too!
I love trays. I buy and I sell.
They make great displays for a dresser top.
I use the same dried roses in many of my photos.
I move them from vase to vase,
from room to room.
I love them.
Small vases and creamers have many different uses.
Of course, milkglass hobnail is my favorite.
They stays mostly in the pink room
unless I am using for showers and events.
The hankie was my granny's.
My daughter carried it around her bouquet.
A closer view of the tray
The tray feels like plastic.
The Mark reads, "Florence, Italy."
The sticker says Florida.
Maybe it was originally made in Italy and the flowers
were painted or decoupaged in Florida.
Whatever, I don't care.
I like it.
Don't look too closely.
The dresser needs new knobs.
This is on my to-do list of projects.
Most vendors won't reveal where they dig.
Will you reveal yours?
BTW, this dresser was repainted with oil-based enamel paint,
what kind of paint will work over oil-based paint???