Thursday, April 29, 2010

I'm a sucker for a good Tote...

I really am... I must have at least 10 large ones in various colors and a few dozen smaller ones that I keep around. My kids use them when they sleep over a friends house, we use them to clean up the junk in the car (mostly toys), and I especially use them to haul all my finds to work.

So that is why I like this company so much.. The colors are gorgeous and the price is perfect. The small drugstore bag is $9, large department size is $14, the laundry tote is $22, and the storage box is $28.00.
And they can be monogramed for those that like that extra touch of personalization. Here we have a laundry tote that I will be giving to our shop girl Kate who is graduating this year from High School. Plane Stitches is just around the corner from us.. this embroidery cost just $8!
Here are some more of our department bags.. beautiful summer colors.
For those that are heading of to The University of Georgia this year.. how about a black and white bag with red monograms?? Come on by The Vintage-Flea soon for best pickins...

Saturday, April 24, 2010

Meet and Greet

Hey Everyone.. meet our new Consignor, Lucille Miller.
This adorable entrepreneur has a wonderful array of homemade bath products!

Her number one seller are these Loofah Loves!! Delicious soap encased
around a loofah. Exfoliate heaven. $5 each.

Her Bath Bombs are the bomb!! $2 small and $5 large

And my favorite.. her body scrubs. $5 each

So come on by The Vintage-Flea to see our Flea Chick!

Monday, April 19, 2010

Yummy Promo!!

Here is a yummy promo for you to enjoy in more ways than one. Buy any 2 Jars from our Low Country Produce line and get a
Happy Spoon for FREE!!

Sale ends Friday April 30th!!

And here is another great recipe for you from their Low Country Produce Recipe Blog
Tomato-Basil Seafood Stew - dinner in five minutes!
• One jar of Lowcountry Produce Tomato Basil Soup
• One half pound of bay or sea scallops
• One half pound of large (21-25 per lb) peeled & cleaned shrimp
• One pound of cleaned crabmeat
• One 8-ounce package of frozen spinach, thawed & drained
Bring soup to a simmer. Add the spinach & bring it back up to a simmer. Add the shrimp & sea scallops and cook for about two minutes. If using bay scallops cook the shrimp for one minute, then add the bays. Gently add the crabmeat so as not to break up the lumps. Cook for one minute more.
Serve with your choice of rice or linguine.

Friday, April 16, 2010

My New Favorite Bracelets!

I am smitten with these wire mesh braclets and you will be too! The top one reminds me of those cotton sailor knot bracelets we use to wear over spring break. Okay that was a long time ago.. Fort Lauderdale baby!
The best is that they have magnetic closures. $18 each at The Vintage-Flea

Monday, April 05, 2010

Happy Spring Break

Another beautiful day in Newnan!! Is your garden calling to you?
Vintage Silverware Plant Markers $5 each