We are almost just a month away from Junk Bonanza 2010! I am excited to introduce you to two more enthusiastic first-time vendors.

First up is Judith Walsberg from Tapestries of Nature. Judith told me she has always been fascinated with cast-offs, discarded and rusty pieces of junk. She loves to look for other uses for the odd bits and pieces of part and stuff – especially the rusty junk!

Shoppers can expect to find lots of metals and wire and textiles in Tapestries of Nature’s booth. Judith hopes to elevate the typical metal and wire garage items to something hip and useful! Are you as curious as I am to see Judith’s booth?

Judith also has a retail shop in St. Charles, Illinois.

The Jeweled Hummingbird is a collaborative effort for first-time vendors, Lisa Fahey and Dianne Olsby. Expect to shop their booth for restyled vintage furniture, vintage art and home accessories.

When Lisa was asked what makes her heart “skip a beat” when she finds it, she answered, “something that is very ornate and needs lots of TLC.” Lisa went on to say, “in a really weird way, I think the furniture picks me”. Don’t we all feel like that sometimes?

Stop by and give these new vendors some love!

Happy Junking!

2 Responses

  1. MORE GORGEOUS Vendors for me to haunt….hahahahaha….Jill I have JUNK BUTTERFLIES….AND our dollar is at $0.92….YAHOOEY….!!

    See ya soon,
    Tamarah :o)

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