Friday, November 9, 2012

Just another day at the office. And a winner!

The last few days have been spent pricing, packing, loading, hauling and unloading items for my antique mall space in preparation for what I hope will be an onslaught of holiday shoppers in the coming weeks.
Or better yet, holiday buyers.
I spent a large part of one day shuffling things from the left side of my mall space over to the right side and vice versa.
It really does work to promote sales, I promise.
Phase 2 will involve the addition of shiny, little Christmas doodads
Except for dressers, of course. 
Garage escapees.
Meanwhile, the team of accountants here at Into Vintage really burned the midnight oil as they tabulated the entries for the vintage ornament Christmas tree giveaway.
After much cutting up and folding of many little pieces of paper with commenter’s names on them, one name has been drawn from the hat and I’m happy to announce the winner:
From one Amy to another, congratulations!!
And to ALL of you: THANK YOU!
I am honored & humbled that so many of you took the time to enter -- you blew my doors right off their hinges! 
If you made the trip over here from Meadowbrook Farm, so nice to meet you!
Hope everyone has a fantastic weekend!  


  1. Shoot. Guess this means I'm going to have to try this myself. Could you send me one as a sample so I can copy it? Thanks.

  2. Congratulations, Winner Amy! I'm sure that you will enjoy your beautiful Christmas wall art for many years to come.: )

    Blogger Amy, I swear that the Nativity blow molds look happier in their new quarters--unless their perkier demeanor is due entirely to the bath they received a while back? It's so hard to tell with blow molds... they're not the greatest conversationalists in the world...


  3. I agree with Barbara...when you make her sample, please make one for me too!!!
    Congratulations to the LUCKY winner!!

  4. Congrats to Amy!! A lucky girl! ;) Love your adorable snowman!! Too cute! Have a lovely weekend! xo Heather

  5. Congrat's to the winner!
    LOVE the snowman picture! Very sweet!
    It sure does help sales to move the treasures around!

  6. That little chalk frosty is adorable! I'd love to shop your both! Hope everything blows out of there!!!!!!!!!

  7. Oh Amy I'm DEVASTATED I missed out on entering your Giveaway.....**Bugger....BUGGER....B-U-G-G-E-R**....!!

    CONGRATULATIONS to Amy....**buggerbuggerbugger**....!!!!!

    Tamarah xx

  8. Glad you posted pictures of your booth since I missed the blow mold reveal the other day. Looking good..and love, love the tree over that pink dresser! That trees really is a stroke of genius.

  9. Congrats to Amy! (drats, durns, ding!) ☺

  10. Alright...this is going to be a hard one to get over...congratulations Amy...but like Barbara...I will have to try my hand at it...Thank you for the tutorial...I love that sweet chalk snowman...smiles..Renee

  11. Congratulations to Amy! Such a lucky lady! :) Hope you have a great weekend! xo Holly

  12. Congratulations to Amy...lucky girl! Your space looks fabulous. I love that pink dresser and Frosty on the chalkboard. Lookin' good!

  13. I love the way you arranged the blow molds with the orange cow peeking out of the box like he's afraid to come out!

  14. Congratulations to Amy...lucky lady! Am anxious to get over to Portland to see your space! It looks good.

  15. Oh, my gosh! That fabulous chalkboard snowman!! I had to pin it onto my "snowman" board on pinterest.
    Congratulations to lucky Amy! :)

  16. I just finished doing the same thing in my booth, move a few things around and bam......More sales! Great giveaway, congratulations to the other Amy!


  17. This is soooo clever!!! Love your blog @peppermintplace xo

  18. Congrats to Amy, how lucky! Your space looks fabulous, and love your snowman!!

  19. Congrats to Amy! Love your chalk art snowman!! Good luck with the holiday sales!!!

  20. amy, my gorgeous ornament tree came yesterday--all in one piece and full of awesomeness! thank you so much again for your generous gift! i adore it!


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