This past weekend was the Nebraska Junk Jaunt, which is a loop on some scenic byways with lots of garage sales, antique shops, and community sales over a three day weekend.
I went to a couple towns on Saturday afternoon, and another on Sunday.
I love junk. I love refinishing/painting furniture. I love using rusty things, old toys, old tools, and vintage-y things in my art. I often have a booth at a modernism show and I am always on the hunt for mid-century items. That said, I didn't find much of interest. I was looking for some small furniture pieces and didn't find any of what I was looking for (nightstands, and a small round breakfast table). I didn't even find much good small arty junk, although I do already own a lot of junk and passed on stuff I already had or have had.
I did buy some embroidered linens and doilies: (I love the bucking bronco)
Some old toys:
A frame (which was free):
And also, a portable clothes rack to use at future weekend fairs I may do, for
hanging my dyed T-shirts. (No picture, it's already stored in the
garage, and it was only $5).
Then I bought this small box. I want to paint and collage on it, and use it to store art supplies I use often. Sorry, the Michael Jackson stickers will have to go. The box is cardboard, so it's nice a light, which is nice.