noodle and lou

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part 2...marburger farm

ready for part 2 of our round top trip?  yahooo!  

marburger farm.
this is the mother load y'all!! i can't tell you the excitement i had pulling up to this show.  first of all, it's HUGE. and there are amazing bits of goodies peeking out of these big white tents and i don't know...  i just had to pinch myself.  i love, love, loved it.  if you love vintage.  if you love antiques.  if you love unique, one of a kind treasures...row after row of them... you absolutely must visit this show sometime.  the spring show is april 3-7...i'm just sayin'...

let's do this!

adored these subway rolls...

mandie of The Shop Antiques has
such a fun booth with
delightful old carnival & circus items!
so fun everywhere you looked...

and hello...
magnolia pearl.  i was SO excited to see their booth
in person.  over the top gorgeous.  ruffles for
miles.  it's like stepping into a wonderland.

how about these vintage books
turned into birds hanging everwhere.
so good.  

the large magnolia flower made from old
newspapers was awfully special too.
it was all so stunning.

we saw some great vintage halloween, which i
always enjoy looking at.

and tons of the most unusual &
beautiful santos and religious icons...
my mom was in heaven and wanted
them all!  

and my favorites...the booths filled with
rusty galvanized metal and chippy
furniture pieces and did i mention the
architectural salvage?  yummmm.

it was brutally HOT again...but we were still

we were smiling even bigger after our fab brisket
sandwiches for lunch.  um. awesome.  ali is a
vegetarian and had to go off looking for an alternate
lunch.  i felt bad for her until i saw her huge
burrito thing with roasted veggies.  double awesome.

there we are...refueled with sweet tea and
lunch:)  and we set off to shop the rest of the tents.  

some of the things we baskets, grain linens, a portugese marionette puppet (WHY didn't i get a pic. of that before my mom took it home?)  aprons, vintage christmas ornaments and more!  really, we saw the most amazing things.  thank you marburger farm!  we can't wait until we can visit you again!!!

hope you enjoyed the peeks.  next up is part 3...the gardens and chapel at festival hill.  stay tuned!


p.s click on the pics to see them larger if you wish!


Sophia said...

Oh my gosh, this looks like TONS of fun!!! Oh wow. LOVED that old Wizard of Oz cowardly lion mask in there. :)

Anonymous said...

WOw whaT fun!! Looks like you three girls had a ton of fun and wonderfull memories:) Sooooo tell me what did you buy??. Elma

jenny elkins said...

love it all thanks for sharing!