Jewelry Booth Update

I just got home from freshening up the booth at Southern Antiques and Accents.

I removed some items that have been there a while and added new babies, like these BRAND NEW brooches I made for #The100DayProject. 

As well, there's a ton of new earrings.

Plus, I even added new bracelets!

Oh, and definitely keep your eye out because reclaimed tin jewelry is finally hitting the shelves!

There's definitely more to come later, but I did make sure I added some new pieces since the big event is tomorrow. 
Yes, it's  LADIES' NIGHT!

As always, there'll be sales throughout the shop, food, and fun!

Oh, and I've had a few people tell me that they've had a hard time locating my booth. You can find it right behind the checkout counter.
When you come in the door and walk up the ramp, you shouldn't be able to miss it. I'll admit though, the store is stocked will all kinds of treasures, so it's easy to get distracted!

Make sure you come around behind the cash register to see all the gems I've got there.

Southern Antiques and Accents is located at 254 South Greeno Road, Fairhope, AL.
If you can't make it for Ladies' Night this month, they are open seven days a week (yes Sundays too!)


  1. That altering project of yours is gaining momentum! Love the altered tin things and the fabric bangles! I'm no expert in display matters but it looks like your booth and sign are in matching tones, plus they match the surrounding colors. A brighter sign, maybe???

  2. I like your "shabby" bangles! You have good ideas!

    1. Oh THANK YOU! I like those too and am looking forward to making more. They're such a great use of my fabric and bead stashes, and are so relaxing to work on. Dang, now I just want to make some instead of getting the other things done that I need to do. Ha!


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