What Cheer Flea Market

This past Saturday I went to the What Cheer Flea Market with my daughter and grandson, Henry. I haven't been able to go with her in ages so this was special and extra-special since it was Henry's first time there! He had a ball!
I wasn't able to do too much walking because my ankle is still in "the boot" but we did visit some great vendors! Especially the gals who have a booth at the Majestic Lion Antique Center in Des Moines. I've posted some pictures of their wares below.  I loved looking at all the fall decor but went home with just another addition to my vintage glass refrigerator containers (that I actually use all the time). Molly bought an antique butter mold and Henry got a vintage, wooden abacus (can't start math too young!).
This weekend we are going to try attend a local auction that always seems to have one or two things I would just love to have. Until the next post, enjoy your day!


  1. oh that little Henry is just too adorable..glad you had a great time..the weather looked like it cooperated and you all got something you treasure..have a wonderful day too.)

  2. Looks like a fantastic flea market! Glad you got to spend time with your loved ones!

  3. Wow, I haven't been to a flea market or craft show in years. My back and leg keep me in pretty much.
    So much stuff, how does a sane person choose?
    Henry seemed oblivious except for his little cookies.
    Would that we could all be like that sometimes!
    Warm Regards,

  4. What a perfect way to spend a fall day - too bad, tho, about the foot thing... :o Is that an Arnold Printworks kitty in the last photo???? LOVE it! Happy Tuesday! Smiles & Hugs ~ Robin

  5. What a great way to spend a Fall day...I love flea markets. Your grandson is adorable!

  6. Your grandson Henry is such a handsome little man, so cute! Looks like a good place to be this weekend, lots of goodies to "paw" through...



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