Sale at My Jewelry Booth in Fairhope

In addition to the CraftyHope Etsy Shop here online, I also rent a small booth at a local antique mall. It's called Southern Antiques and Accents and is located in Fairhope, AL. Having the booth is perfect for local individuals who would prefer to shop my jewelry in a hands-on manner. I swap out the jewelry on display there seasonally so it doesn't get too tired-looking. And, it's almost time for that swap. So, I'm having a sale in the booth.

As the sign says in the picture above, everything in the booth is 20% off!

Unlike the Etsy shop, the booth is generally sorted by the elements included in each of the pieces. Each of the jewelry items on the above shelf contains at least one found object or salvaged material. 

This shelf is my upcycled tin shelf. I'm having a hard time keeping it under control as so much of my work lately has been in this medium. 

Then, there's the Mixed Media Jewelry shelf, which means that the pieces will consist of just about anything else. Oftentimes, it's just a mix of basic jewelry elements. 

At the very bottom, you'll find my sale shelf. The pieces on this shelf have already reduced prices. But, during this sale, you'll get an additional 20% off those. How about that!?

This sale will run through September 1st.
So, if you happen to find yourself in Fairhope, Alabama, make sure to head to Southern Antiques and Accents at 254 South Greeno Road to check out the sale. When you walk in the door, you'll see a line of bookcase-like shelves on the left. Mine is the last one. 

And, if you can't make it before the first, there's always Super Second Saturday on the 11th.
On that date, you'll get 10% off storewide (except the booths that are having their own sales) as well as find demos, a giveaway,  and lunch available. 

Have fun shopping!

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