Getting The Booth Ready For Christmas:

This is the time of year that I could easy go to the booth daily to fluff it. And I am always bringing 'replacement' yummies in the back of the SUV in case something specific went...it would be silly during this season to have any unused space in that area. And as you can see, I keep that area filled to the brim!

Between you and me? I wish I could have the booth looking like Christmas year round.

Sonya-Dime Store Thrift


Kathy@ Gone North said...

I am sure that it will all sell. Those wreaths are to die for.
AND know what?? My brother does have a retail store in NY that is Christmas all year long. It is a fun place to visit.
(PS.. I colllect those vintage ceramic Christmas trees... I am over 50 in all shapes, sizes & colors...)

Jane said...

It looks beautiful! Wish I lived nearby.

Sonya --Dime Store Thrift said...

Kathy, heres to keeping my fingers crossed! I can't imagine how wonderful your brothers store looks. I am a bit jealous...Christmas and NY!

Jane, Road Trip! :)

Sue said...

Wish I could visit Memory Lane in person! Thanks for posting pictures (and I'm drooling all over it!). We have these types of shops here, too, and yet I have seen nothing quite like your space. Do you keep at least some Christmas in your booth year round? Hmmm... makes me think I could keep my Christmas stuff out all year. I live alone (the cats don't count) so no one to complain about it, LOL! And I think my church members would be happy if I kept the nativities up all year as well. Looking at your pictures is inspiring me - time to dig in, clean out and get ready to decorate by the end of the month. I will definitely be at church the day after Thanksgiving to set up the nativity display.

My dream trip would be to travel around the country to meet all the bloggers I follow, and you definitely are on the list! (Don't know if this will ever happen, but it's nice to dream - maybe it will come true!)


Love seeing your booth. I'm working on mine and need to have it ready by next Thursday!
I have a ceramic tree for sale in my room too!
Deb :)