You may remember one of the highlights in taking a camping trip to Hayward, Wisconsin is our yearly stop at their amazing Flea Market. It's held every Monday from Memorial Day until Labor Day and I look forward to it all year long.
I always find amazing items and the prices are very good. This year it didn't seem like I purchased much but every single item was a personal "score" for me.
Normally, I like tuck my finds into existing displays around my house but my poor neglected garden is calling out for attention. Instead, I grouped everything together on my coffee table for a quick photo shoot in order to share with you my finds and then get myself out into the garden.
As you can see, I found some great items.
Including this adorable set of cow salt and pepper shakers!
Normally I'd pass up items like these since I feel they are a little too cutesy for me.
But I couldn't for some reason walk away from this set.
Black enamel ware is always welcomed in my home along with mason jars. I was so happy to find such a large one.
I adore vintage postcards and every once in a while I come across one that makes me gasp - - like this one.
A set of ten mini, red book quickly jumped into my market bag.
I pasted up a similar set last year and regretted it.
Always on the look out for embroidered linen, I was pleased to find two new items to add to my collection.
I can never pass up a pretty white plate either!
It seems it was the year of "mini's" this year at the flea market. I picked up a handful of delightful items that I adore. Two mini bird flashcards, two packages of white buttons, a milk cap with a delightful red cow (will look wonderful in my kitchen) and finally a vintage photo of a farmhouse to add to my collection.
I forgot to take photos of the items I bought for outside. Two metal buckets, a vintage garden rake and a pretty blue pulley.
So you see, the Hayward Flea Market never disappoints.
Have a wonderful day,