Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Hey Everybody! Long time no see and long time no blog! As most of you are aware of by now, I closed my business in Senoia as of June 3rd. It was such a bittersweet thing....However, I needed the extra time to help take care of my parents. I was blessed to have someone buy all of my inventory but that ramped up the closing process and I didn't get a chance to say a proper good-bye to all of my customers. I didn't like that part of the closing, but I am now happily selling my fine junktiques at The Boneyard. The Boneyard is a fabulous place...if you haven't checked out yet, I'm telling you, it's worth the trip. As a matter of fact, I spent most of the day there today moving new "stuff" into my booth. So just a recap....

The Boneyard
195 Raymond Hill Road
Newnan, Ga 30265
(770) 683-7313
 
 
First things first...this is my Dad, Jack Alley...He is 85 and those are beans from his garden...He suffers from dementia, but his garden doesn't know...
 
 
This is my Aunt Winnie (left) and My Mom (right)...aren't they precious!?
 
 
This is one of my projects I've been working on since I closed the shop....I'm calling it "The Tree Of Life"...come take a look at my tree...
 


This is the new table and 4 chairs that went into my booth just today...You're going to love it!
This is a close up of the design in the middle of the table...it's super cute!

This is one of the four chairs....

 
And this is the fabulous price...
 
 
1960s area photo of Atlanta...groovy

This is actually a candle holder...I love this thing! It could easily be wired for a light fixture too...I can see this hanging in a back yard...wait a minute, that's your back yard I see!
 
 
 
I have a pair of these...they have a great look and they are a great color...$349.00 each
 
 
Vintage Mary...blessing my booth...
 
 
 
Mr. Buttons has a new look...
 
 
Mr. Buttons is watching over the vintage spoons...
 
This bar is so stinking cute!
$595.00
 
This is my oldest daughter Cydney and her boyfriend Luke...My best friend's daughter, Caroline just got married in Charleston...we had a fabulous time!
 
The bride and my daughter Alley

 
Alley and Scott
 
Okay, back to business...this coffee table made from a window sash would be a great place for your collectibles, family photos....it actually opens!
 
 
 
 
 


 
My definition of "Junktiques"

 
This old army stretcher and first aid kit would look great in your "love shack"
 
This sign is in my booth so it will be easy to find me :)

My dog Moose really wants you to shop at The Boneyard....He says there's just something about that name...
 
See you soon!
Liz
 

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