The Dallas Flea

Tip of the day: Read your local newspapers. Thanks to The Dallas Morning News, I discovered that "The Dallas Flea" was happening on Saturday and I just had to check it out! I was able to meet some fun, crafty people, and browse some amazing goodies!

When I first stepped into the building I spotted this gorgeous vintage chair. It is hard to see in my picture, but it is covered in a ribbed knit and is super soft!

Chair from Junk Exchange. Visit their Etsy shop here.

Then I came across Mad Hatter Mercantile. Their booth had some amazing French pillows and my favorite, a beautifully framed "Keep Calm and Carry On" poster.

The second I stepped up to their booth I was immediately hit with so many wonderful smells! Their soaps are all natural and come in a variety of scents!

This next booth really pulled out all of the stops! Blue Eye Brown Eye's booth looked like a vintage lovers wonderland, with handmade letterpress cards and unique vintage items.
Check out her website and Etsy.

Booth after booth was completely impressive. Curious Buttons' booth was filled with cute coin purses and handmade pillows.

Visit her on Etsy.

Last, but certainly not least, I ended my day at Rope - Vintage Fabric Supply. From cute little plushy hamsters to stacks and stacks of vintage fabric, this booth was a feast for the eyes.

Visit Rope on Etsy.

I had such a great time at The Dallas Flea! Thank you to all of the wonderful sellers for allowing me to photograph and blog about your lovely items!