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Nada Sale 2012 Part 2

As promised, more photos of the Nada Sale 2012 Part 2. The sale has grown bigger and better every year and there are so many good things to look at. It’s like one giant treasure hunt. If you haven’t been to any of the Nada Farm sales you need to go. They are a magical sale.
Nada Farm vintage sale with vintage goods

There was the amazing space by Urban Farmgirl and co, Tattered Tiques, A Sort of Fairytale, and Maple and Magnolia.
Sign of Nada Farm vendors

I can see at least 10 things in this picture that I want to buy. It’s hard not to shop while I took pictures. If you haven’t seen the first Nada Farm sale you can see it here.

I loved looking at the space in Maple and Magnolia. There were so many good things!

Maple and magnolia tags

And Eclectique, a shop in Plano had this modern  vintage room sign I almost bought. It had a great look to it but really i had no place to put it at all.

Vintage hotel sign

Nikki and Nancy were just the cutest! They had great vintage pieces!

Vendors at the Nada Farm Sale

The amazing booth by Counting your Blessings. I love the romantic feel and the fact they set up a bed in a barn with a chandelier. How could you not love that? It encompasses a lot of what was going on at Nada Sale 2012 part 2. She always puts so much in her displays that make them magical.

Romantic bedroom with burlap and lighting
And I always love a vintage fireplace for display and how they added the tin as a backsplash. It makes everything else look so good.
Vintage fireplace with a tin backsplash


  And the super cute Carter’s Cottage with those fabulous girl’s, Christie, Sherrie and Laura.
Soap display at a vintage market with lotion on a red dresser


Painted and distressed furniture with vintage items
I hope you loved this peek at the Nada Farm sale!

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  1. Such a bummer that I don’t live closer…the show looked amazing! You know, when I was doing the post about the pretty ideas and saw the tablecloth, I was so sure that you had done the tablecloth but on the Country Living site it didn’t say your name and I didn’t want to make a mistake on were to give credit. But now that I know it was you, I edited the post to say that the tablecloth was done by you…thanks so much for letting me know.

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