This picture says it all…perfect venue, perfect weather, perfect people! What a wonderful weekend we had participating in the City Farmhouse Pop-Up Barn Show in the glorious little town of Franklin, Tennessee!
I was so happy to have the opportunity to meet Jan who came all the way from Missouri to take in this fabulous show! Jan has been a long time facebook follower of When Pigs Fly and it was such a pleasure to meet her face to face. Jan writes a wonderful blog…go check it out HERE.
My very good friends, Patty & Tim of Zen Cowgirl did an awesome job with their tent…loaded with funky junk! Patty’s Bohemian Gypsy style shined through and so many buyers took home awesome treasures from her booth! Check out the entrance to her booth, love those angel wings!
Even this old gal had fun at the farmhouse show! The columns next to her were a big hit! We had four, and all of them went to new happy homes!
My sweet husband worked so hard and put up with me, he deserved a trip to our favorite restaurant when we visit Franklin…Puckett’s!
It really was a great show, Kim & David of City Farmhouse did an amazing job! Thank you to them and all of their staff for going ABOVE & BEYOND!! It was great to see and spend some time with fellow friends and dealers, Lynda Hughes and Robin, my sweet friend Beth from Olde Tyme Marketplace and so many others!
Plan on going to this show next year!! Don’t miss it!
I forgot….you did get a picture! It was a great sale & since I’m a shopowner, I love checking out how people display. Found so many great ideas, not to mention all the treasures we brought home. Your space was one of my very favorites. If you’re ever in MO, could you come help out awhile (we don’t pay much but you’ll have lots of fun). Hope you’re feeling better today & thanks for the mention. Jan
Ah, I would have loved to have come along…just didn’t plan well. Maybe next year… Your booth picks are fab, especially loved those multi-pane windows and those awesome columns. Glad you had a great show. I am looking forward to visiting Franklin. I have heard it is an awesome town for antiques. Will have to put Puckett’s on the to-do list!