June 13, 2014

Polka Dot Flea Part 3 MORE Booths

This is Part 3 of the amazing booths at the Polka Dot Flea photographed before the Flea opened.  See Part 1Part 2


As I was looking through the pictures I was kicking myself, there was so many great items I would have snapped up that I never saw but, I did get a few treasures!





















Ok, I'm admittedly a little biased, but don't you think these are the most gorgeous booth set ups?

These amazing photo's are courtesy of Lori Barbely Photography.  Lori photographs weddings, engagements, portraits and events in Florida

My next post will be really fun, it's the action shots of the Polka Dot Flea in high gear.....Note; A lot of shopping going on!

Happy Creating!
Carol

26 comments:

Heart Vintage Design said...

Great post as always, Carol. It was even better in person!

CelestinaMarie@SouthernDayDreams said...

Hi Carol, WOW I see so many treasures I would snap up here. What great pics and the booths are just filled with wonderful items. The planted sconces really caught my eye. What a great idea. I am going to try that.

Thanks for sharing these last 3 posts have been so inspiring. I sure want to try and make this event if possible. I better start saving now. I'll need a Uhaul to get home!!
hugs

Susan Beckwith said...

I agree GREAT photos.. I also see way more things I missed.. When is the next one? Hope we don't have to wait a whole year!

Okio B Designs said...

I could do A LOT of damage in there! Sigh, no places like this where I live. People on Long Island just don't seem to get it. Little shops will pop up here and there but they never last and I just don't understand it. Wish I lived closer!

Jeanine

Ivy and Elephants said...

Love, love, love! I wish I had a big truck load of money, I'd load up all these amazing treasures!
Hugs,
Patti

Melody Shingler said...

STOP! I'm drooling, already! So wish Phoenix had something like the Polka Dot Flea (only not in June...)
Thank you for sharing pictures -- I've been pouring over them like we used to do with the Sears catalogue. :)

MY SHABBY FRENCH LIFE said...

So so interesting to me to see what you sell in the States, and the way you decorate the booths ! Your with the so nice dress forms looks so wonderful too.
Hope you have new projects in your mind for the next months, it's the best way after such a stress (even positive stress is hard to leave on).
xoxo from PARIS
Joêlle

nelda said...

Love the little baby mannequin! Wish there was a close-up of those planned sconces, every thing looks soooo amazing

DownTheLaneWithDaisy said...

I can't believe that I was there for Two days and Still didn't see some of these things. That metal dress form with the wings is something I will probably buy in the future. It was so cool, substantial and could be shipped. Such COOL stuff.

Miss Rhea said...

What a great Event Carol! Lovely things :) My friend Sharon and her husband from Deland went and said it was awesome!! Glad it was such a success for you :)

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

See, now, I would have spent a lot of money here, Carol! : ) I see way too many things I just love and would have had to have. If you do this annually, and I lived there, I would have to set up a fund for myself just to use for shopping at the Flea! Like those old Christmas Club accounts. So many beautiful things and such lovely booths. I'm so glad it was a success for everyone involved!

Egretta Wells blog said...

What a show! I LOVE the wing back chair in the 5th photo here....wonder if it sold?? Is the upholstery crewel embroidery? so pretty!

Cynthia said...

Carol you really have given us a great tour of Polka Dot Flea. I have enjoyed it very much seeing all the fantastic vendors. I have to say honestly if were there my wallet would have taken a huge hit!!!

Cynthia

Covenant Lights by Dorothy said...

Ohhhh, how I wish there were something like this where I live!! Everything is just simply gorgeous. I would have loved to be there in person, but thank you SO much for sharing all your posts about your adventure from beginning to end. It's been an exciting adventure for us all. You are AMAZING!!

Melodee said...

such gorgeous stuff! love every single picture! it's just a feast for they eyes :)

Ann said...

Thank you so much for sharing these wonderful photos. Kudos to the dealers for their set up and products. Enjoyed it all.

Gina said...

Oh my goodness, I see these beautiful photos with all this incredible stuff and I'm nearly speechless!

Little Miss Maggie said...

You had some great vendors. I bet you're planning another flea in the future.

BucksCountyFolkArt said...

SCRUMPTIOUSNESS!

Jane said...

Thanks so much for showing these photos! Gives us an idea of how lovely everything looked.

Connie said...

Oh Carol, there is so much eye candy here . . . absolutely beautiful. I wish that I would have been there.
As you walk into the backdoor of your new little bungalow the first thing that you see is the hot water heater. I have been trying to fine something special to create a screen to hind it . . . and I would not have had any trouble finding something at your sale. My only problem would be deciding which booth to purchase it from. I have sure been enjoying these tours.
Thank you :)
Connie

Kathy said...

Oh so fun to see all the display inspiration!

Stampindamour said...

Carol -

Such gorgeous photos and booths!

I have taken photos of past events/shows, later to look at the photos and spotted treasures that I wished that I had bought...LOL!

-pamela ;)

Sherry @ No Minimalist Here said...

Carol, You did an amazing job putting this show together. The flea was a huge success and I couldn't be happier for you. We had a lot of fun and sold so many things...thank you for including me as a vendor. Can't wait to the next one.
Hugs,
Sherry

Sisters Treasures said...

Carol you definitely had fantastic dealers with amazing booths, displayed beautifully. I see a lot of things I would have love to pick up. Congrats again.
Betsy

FabShabbyRoses said...

I've had a blast looking thru all the photos! This is absolutely amazing! What a fantastic job everyone did. Living in new york I can only dream of attending something like this! So many beautiful repurposed creations!