Texas Antiques Week

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This past weekend we made the trip for opening weekend of Texas Antiques Week.  We mainly spend our time in Warrenton because we seem to find the better deals there.  There is just so much to see, that we pick different areas to shop each trip.  We spent two days there walking around, and then headed back late Saturday night to make mass Easter Sunday.

zapp

No trip is complete without visiting Zapp Hall!  To listen to a little live music, and also to purchase your $5 tea glass for endless refills while your shopping.

We found all sorts of cool stuff, and enjoyed looking at a few gypsy wagons that booths had for part of their set-up.  We had to grab a few family pics while in one of the wagons.  They are the coolest things.  I mean check out the chippy paint and old bead board.  AWESOME!

BR GS

Of course NO trip to Warrenton can be done without hitting up the girls of Junk Gypsy! G and I had to grab our ritual pic in front of their tent.  I could just camp out in their tent for the week.  Those girls do the coolest styling in there.

junkgyp

We had lots of fun and bought LOTS of stuff we didn’t even know we needed!  You will be seeing it in upcoming posts as we have some great projects planned for all our findings.

I’ll just leave you with some fun pics of the weekend.  Thank goodness our son is cool with being the purse holder on potty breaks, haha!  Our daughter always finds some funny thing to do with the goods people have for sale.  It was also her idea for the clown pics below. 

     brack                                              rev clown

Happy Junkin’.  Hope you can make it to Texas Antique Week this weekend.

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About Shannon

I'm a working mom who has a love for repurposing on the cheap. I work full time, take care of an elderly aunt and uncle, and still find time to fuel my creative juices. My hubby, G, is my greatest partner in marriage and creativity. He loves to weld and create out of metal. Together we cover all kinds of projects. I'm an engineer, and he builds equipment for manufacturing. So together we make an awesome team! We love to go junkin' to jump start our creative side on things we can make for our home. It's now becoming a family affair with the kids. They are really getting into creating items from stuff we find at flea markets. Both kids have picked up on the welding aspect, so now it's my turn to learn. I love to see their creativity blossom! Come look around this site, and join us on our creative adventure! We hope we encourage you to take that step and just get started. It's all about setting your creative spirit free!

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