Latest Finds From the Treasure Trail
I’ve had really good luck these past few weeks on the treasure trail so I wanted to share with you some of the things I’ve picked up recently. We’ve been shopping for my booth at The Pickers Market, my childhood home Loblolly Manor and I even found a few pieces to keep too. I bought a few pieces of furniture, one being a dresser, which I’ll share with you later in the week. For now, these are the smalls I’ve been excited bring home.
I found an old school desk a few months back in my hometown so I’m eager to set up this little vignette in my booth. I couldn’t believe I found the chalkboard at the same store two weeks ago. The other items are things I picked up within the past few days. How cool is that Emory University yearbook?
Coastal items are always my best selling items.
I try to keep a bit of everything in there but the coastal inventory sells out first and ironically it’s the hardest to find. I think I’ve found a new place to treasure hunt for coastal items. It’s a few hours away but one of my secret sources told me it was “well worth it” so I’ll keep you posted.
The Florida beaches I live near have an alcohol ban on the beach even still these would be great to picnic with. Ok, so maybe not the brandy canister but you know what I mean.
Of course, if you’re going to picnic that means you’ll need a blanket and pillow. I’m in love.
And maybe some entertainment too.
I swear I don’t know how I got so many things related to alcohol. No worries, LiLi, those horns are resin.
I’m clearly channeling fall. It’s hard to make out but the bottom item is actually a trophy cup.
And horses. Fall and horses. Those Snohomish County 4-H glasses were my favorite find of the day. My sisters and I were all in 4-H and my cousins too. There were only 3 glasses though so if you ever see a 4th one let me know.
I couldn’t leave these batter and syrup pitchers in the store. The wood napkin rings have roosters on them, which made it perfect with the egg crate.
This book has an inscription on the first page in French from the author. I have no idea what it says but it looks super cool.
I know these frames look a little dated but the herb inspired prints had my heart.
Then there are these little nuggets. Swoon.
Finally, no shopping trip would be complete without bringing home a few baskets.
I still can’t believe I get to do this for an actual job. Blessed beyond measure, I tell you.
Wow! You found some great stuff! Have fun!
Thank you, Kimm! I can’t wait to find out what you found too. I’ve always wanted to go to the 127 Yard Sale. I’m so excited for you. Hugs, CoCo
Wow! What awesome finds! I got excited for you just viewing them. Nothing like finding goodies like these!
Thanks so much, Angie! It’s always exciting to be able to bring fun things home and to the booth. The only thing that would make it better is if you were on the treasure trail with me. Hugs, CoCo
Oh. My. Gosh. This is an amazing haul! We don’t even know where to begin or how to choose a favorite! You have outdone yourself on the treasure trail! All of you finds are fantastic and we are sure they won’t be in your booth for long!
I appreciate it girls, thank you! I’m excited to get everything in the booth. Although, there are a few things that probably wont make it 🙂 Love you both, CoCo
Wow Coco, you found so many great things. I love the Coastal goodies best I think but all of it is fabulous!! Have a wonderful day and thinking great thoughts for big sales for you xo Lisa
That makes me excited, Lisa, thank you! You have great taste so if you like all of the coastal stuff I know my customers will too. Hugs, CoCo
Great find Coco! I love it all! Isn’t it just so wonderful when you get to spend your days looking for incredible and beautiful things that tell a lovely story? 🙂 Enjoy your day and thanks for sharing! Hugs, Lisa
I still feel so blessed every time I get to go shopping for clients or for the booth, Lisa, it’s always so exciting. I can’t believe this is my job! Sending you love and hugs sweet lady, CoCo