Look at this neat laundry cart...
She has some great architectural/industrial pieces. Lots of great stuff and it's arranged so well.
If you get to McKinney, be sure to go by. It is just a couple of blocks north of the square, on Tennessee.
I drove on down to the square and visited some of my favorite stores. I love Smitten and Patina Green. Today I discovered Heirlooms also. They had a lot of pretty and interesting things too. Then I went into the Antique Company Mall. There is so much to look at there. It's quite large and has lots of good dealers. They treat you right too!! When I asked the man at the desk if they had cold drinks in the store, he took me to the refrigerator and told me to take my pick and then refused to let me pay for it! ( I think Jesus had something to say about acts done for others are acts done for Him)
I always get lost for awhile in this booth.
She has great stuff, great prices, and so many little cute vintage things to craft with.
These are some other booths I enjoyed. There were many others that I didn't get photos of and my pictures don't do justice to any of them.
This is Theresa's of Garden Antiqs Vintage. I think her booth was hit hard as soon as she moved in.
This is Nancy's of Ella Elaine. She always has lots of good stuff!
McKinney is a wonderful shopping spot. There are many great shops and restaurants. If you haven't been to Lisa's blog, Tarnished and Tattered, hop over. She did a fabulous post on her trip to McKinney yesterday. She took much better photos and will have part 2 in a later post.