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Vintage and Greenhouse Display at the Nada Farm Barn Sale May 2010

The Nada Farm barn sale 2010 It was an amazing They are such a talented group of women! Wait until you see their display ideas and how creative everything was!!! The farm sale was set up in Anne Marie’s barn just outside of Dekalb, IL. It was a group of 4 women who have a ton of creativity. Most of the items sold at the sale are vintage or handmade, and the entire barn was transformed into a delight for the eyes. It seems like there was a vintage and greenhouse display decor theme going on. I’ve been making things for weeks, and was so excited to see what I made and gathered fit right in.

Cute ferns in boots at the entrance to the Nada farm sale with a welcome sign on a chalkboard

There was incredible shopping, but of course I am completely biased as 1/3 of it was my stuff. Take a peek and enjoy window shopping… There was a lot of handmade art and this terrarium/mini-green house made out of old windows.

pretty barn sale display with green house made out of windows

How amazing does this display look. Everything at the sale was so well displayed. I love this vignette with this religious statue and the greenery of roses and moss.

Moss in display with a religious statue and roses

There was something about how these metal buckets with aged decoupaged images and the sheet music just sang together. I also loved the framed distressed art.decoupaged buckets with distressed art

I shot this view from the top because I love how it looked form this angle with the branches.

Barn sale with branches and vignette in a barn

It was a stunt shot from the top of the ladder.

Great herb bucket with metal and letters

Around every corner were sweet, little vignettes set up that created little scenes. I took a vintage ladder that I turned sideways and added vintage fern prints handing from wood hanging frames. I distressed the prints. I was thrilled when this sold right away.

Display by jennifer rizzo ladder made with vintage fern prints on a vintage ladder

It was so amazing to see how the vintage and greenhouse display came together and lent to the sales magic. I have even more pictures here on this post!

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  1. oh i love a blog with stunt photgraphy!!
    while i was zooming through reader yesterday did i see a GORGEOUS shot of YOU in a black dress….?
    girl…you got it going on!!

    love all your “stuff”
    love those candles in the white thingies with greenery around them…very cool
    love the birdie collage canvas thingie
    love it all
    darn you cool chicago girls
    we’re very friendly down south if ya’ll ever want to take it on the road
    just sayin

  2. Oh my ‘Lordy’! Jen, everything is so beautiful! I’m just so in love with that saint image… I wish I could buy it! Lovable!! Have a great day! Vanessa

  3. There were so many things that I wanted to buy!

    LOL – I just read Paige’s comment… “stunt photography”! Sometimes it really does feel that way. Aren’t you glad that you got the D5000 with the rotating viewfinder?! I love that thing!

    Have a beautiful Tuesday. Blessings… Polly

  4. wow wee, so much incredible stuff and in a swoony barn to boot…so wish I lived closer…but I do believe we will have some good times at FC wandering the goods! πŸ™‚ xoxo

  5. Gorgeous!! I wish I could have been there! I was actually trying to see how much certain things were. Like I could order it or something! Duh!

    And I am impressed with your mad photog skills!! 30 feet! Impressive!

    Lou Cinda πŸ™‚

  6. Wow! Now that’s a sale that I would have loved shopping at! How brave you are climbing on the ladder for a photo! Lots of great eye candy!

  7. Can I just send you my credit card to shop for me…. between this and Farm Chicks I’m dying!!!

  8. hey lady………I didn’t have you sign a “extreme stunt photography” release form you know (ha!)

    that’s just another nickname for you:
    “stunt photographer”

    see you soon

  9. oh those photos just make me want to go back in time. and yes paige, that was our cute little jen in the black dress!!

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