Savannah Flea Market Festival

The Big Savannah Flea Market Festival hosted by Two Women and a Warehouse was held today on Bull Street. Today, was absolutely wonderful. Mel and I got up this morning at 4:30 a.m.-packed the car and headed to Bull Street to set up our booth for the big sale. Buyers started arriving before 8:00 a.m. and the selling began! It was great meeting new people, getting advice from dealers and store owners, making some wonderful contacts in the business and just meeting nice Savannah people. We got some great feedback from people in the business and we realized that our booth was showing well and we had items that people really were interested in buying. We sold a lot and even made a new friend that we will hopefully be partnering with at a booth in the Pooler area at a store called Treasures. (More on that later.) Mel and I enjoyed working together and hanging out all day under our tent booth. The biggest hit of the day were Mel's robots! He and my daughter, Kennedy, made robots and creatures out of junk-metal pieces they found at yard sales and thrift stores. Their robots are truly a work of art. I'm so proud of Mel and his vision for art-everyone LOVED the robots and were begging for more. I took lots of pictures and tried to capture the awesome day that unfolded as the sun came up-I'm thankful to the store for hosting such a great event! We will definitely be back next year!

Our booth-set up at 6:00 a.m.

Ladies from Treasures store in Pooler.

This was my favorite piece-it's a tiny chair!

Burlap and Barn Doors open for business!

Our booth

Mel's robots-sold like hotcakes!


Great stuff everywhere-yes I did a little shopping!

This is Lisa from Lisa's Pieces Vintage-she was super cute!

Our sweet neighbors during the sale.

A Guy and a Red Door-beautiful handcrafted furniture from old wood!!

This is Katie Bleu Clair-she's my new friend. She is an amazing artist and her specialty is painted furniture. Her mom made the chickens-I love the chickens!!

Katie and her daughter-check out her shabby chic style at
 KatieBleuClair on Facebook

These are some of Katie's beautiful pieces.

I bought this rocking chair- just like the ones my grandma used to have on her porch.

Here are some of the amazing people we met today:

Shannon Hall: Owner Two Women and a Warehouse
Southern Soul: Rich and Dee Campbell-they have 2 booths at Two Women and a Warehouse
Treasures: 930 Morgans Corner Rd, Pooler, GA 
A Guy a Girl and A Red Door: Chuck Snelling and Mary Ann Worsham (look on Facebook)
Lisa's Pieces Vintage: Facebook.com/VintageExtravanganza
Katie Bleu Clair-on Facebook

Thank you to everyone that stopped by our booth. It was great meeting you! Please email us pictures of how you used the things you bought from us. We would love to see your creativity! Thanks for supporting us as we start our new business!