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Saturday, June 10, 2017

Flea Market Style issues from 2014-ordering information

 These are the two issues of Flea Market Style were published in 2014
 I still have many new copies available
Beautiful displays
 Wonderful homes, projects and features in each issue.
If you missed one of these the first time, it's not too late. You can still get this issue and other older issues, as well as current issues on my ordering page here.

Saturday, May 27, 2017

A look back at Spring 2013 issue of Flea Market Style Magazine Ki Nassauer Elizabeth Ulrich Stacy Sirk Junk Genius


You'll love this vibrant Spring 2013 issue of Flea Market Style. The  cover photo features a colorful home on Long Island that unfortunately fell victim to the "perfect storm" of Hurricane Sandy.  But before that, FMS Cameras got a great look  at the home, and last I heard the homeowners were rebuilding. It's a perfect beachy backdrop for their many found treasures.





 Also featured is a  19th century Chicago home filled with unique finds.

Six pages on vintage items in the garden,



 The English home of the co-author of "Junk Genius", and you'll want to study page 93 for a unique trick of the camera that was only spotted later.
Can you spot Ki's own shoes used as a prop in the photo above?


 Page 110 features 8 pages from 3 homes of 3 neighbors in Mississippi who love to fill their spaces with fun finds, Each home unique. I wish I lived in such a neighborhood.

 Ki's top 10 collectibles, stand the test of time.



As well as a list of reader picked vintage shops around the country.
Can you guess what a Pot-luck chair is, see page 144.
Also in this colorful issue
Are projects for making decorative mobiles from found objects,
 Ki nassauer shares her tips for shopping in the junkyard, 
 
 You'll go fleaing with Elizabeth Ulrich in Tennessee, and
  Get a list of Miles Long Yard sales just in time for summer,

 
 Fun Tote making projects on page 20-21,

 Enjoy some amazing Paint-By-Number projects on page 48-57,
 
And Go on a junking-wine tasting jaunt in Southern California with Ki and her Daughter,

 If you missed it the first time, it's not too late. You can still get this issue and other older issues, as well as current issues on my ordering page here.

Thursday, May 25, 2017

Closer look at Flea Market Style Back Issues Still available Winter 2013 featuring Erin & Ben Napier of HGTV Home Town


 If you like the new HGTV show Home town with  Ben  & Erin Napier you'll love the  winter 2013 back issue of Flea Market Style Magazine!  Starting on page 122 there is a 12 page spread with photos of their Mississippi home as well as a compelling interview. 
 You'll love what they have done with their sweet nest.


 I love this little vignette in Erin's home. See the bottom photo for my take on this simple corner.

Also in this issue:

 HGTV's Cari Cucksey, star of Cash & Cari takes us to an Ann Arbor Michigan Flea Market

 Shopping experts share their secrets for shopping  a packed flea market space.

 Tim Luke shares his expertise on Door Knockers

A Behind-the-scenes look at the Junk bonanza in Minnesota.


 Teresa Surrat author of Found, Free & Flea Shares Party Decorating Ideas
 one which graced the cover of this issue.

 Reader tips for the Best Flea Markets around the country

  A sweet Carnival Themed Baby Nursery

  DIY wreaths made with found objects

 A jewelry designer transforms her 1910 fixer-upper with intriguing vintage/industrial style



Hot Pinks and Aqua Blue provide a vibrant backdrop for a Florida Beachy home.


Also in this issue
3 Roommates who love to hunt for junk, share a cool and kitsch house

As well as articles on collecting and projects with:
Vintage Type, Barn Wood, Annie Sloan, Miniatures, Pillow makeovers, Spiffing up old metal, Table games, and Rug Beaters

If you missed it the first time, it's not too late. You can still get this issue and other older issues, as well as current issues on my ordering page here.
 
And here is my take on Erin Napier's sweet corner, Oh and that scarf eerily matches the vintage jacket found on page 56


 
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