What a show, what great shoppers. It never gets old being a vendor at Junk In The Trunk Vintage Market. I’ve been doing this show twice a year for 6 years. I was not at the first one that was held in a Phoenix backyard and drew a crowd of 600.The city of Phoenix told the organizers Coley & .
Recently I traveled to London & Paris with 4 girlfriends. We booked our flights & VRBO and then the royal wedding was announced to be the weekend after we left London. We were glad not to be there during the mad rush of tourists. While in London I collected a variety of keychains with the intention of making a .
This is going to be a colorful show. Flowers & fragrance will abound. I can’t wait to bring new items. I’m inspired to create with vibrant hues. I gathered gorgeous vintage butons from the recent Arizona State Button Show & I can’t wait to create with them. Please say hello if you attend and see me in the boutique. .
It’s with great excitement I get to announce that I am a new monthly vendor at a terrific event called Sweet Salvage. If you’ve never been, you must check out the photos and go if you can. From floor to ceiling, treasures abound. Launched over 6 years ago, owner Kim and manager Heather have created something unique. Sweet Salvage is .
FOX10 News hit at our workshop held at Craftfusion You too can host a Ruby Mae Jewelry Workshop. I will teach you how to use jewelry tools and you’ll learn techniques on how to make your own pieces. You get to pick what you create. I bring all of the tools & supplies and starter pieces to get you .
It’s always a treat when I get to be booth neighbors with my sister Jen who has Vintageby Jen. She has such style and great ideas for displays. My wardobe looks like I’m set to cook you something.
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Another wonderful show at the Junk In The Trunk Vintage Market this past weekend. Friday morning I was interviewed by Jessica from Channel 3 and we chatted about my $1 Button Make and Take as well as some of my vintage button bracelets. For Channel 3 Interview, Click this link … img_5447-mov-1 With Jessica & JITT co creator Coley Arnold Setting up Thursday .
I have two old typesetter trays that I use at my shows. I filled them with charms for customers to pick through. At the last Junk In The Trunk Vintage Market I dropped it during load up and the scattered charms got mixed up. My husband Scott had a solution for this. He put a 1 inch wood grooved .
Last weekends JITT show was fantastic. Shoppers were great, live music & food trucks were wonderful and my booth layout totally performed. My dad in law Gary offered me 4ft round tables to use. My hubby Scott had the idea to put my mannequins in the middle. I added a new male mannequin this show and all of the .