Monday, December 5, 2011

the dallas flea

Photo by Frances Moulin
I had heard of the Dallas Flea, but never actually had a chance to attend - until this weekend. And it was such a treat. I went to UT and lived in Austin for four years, so when I stumble upon a young, artsy scene in Dallas, it literally warms my heart. The Dallas Flea is not at all to the scale of Canton or McKinney Trade Days, but this experience is less overwhelming and more personable (and it's indoors!). Some of my favorite vendors included Blue Eye Brown Eye, a letterpress printer in Fort Worth; Austin-based textile artist Leah Duncan; and unique jewelry designer f is for frank. And not to mention, barbeque favorite Off the Bone was there serving pulled chicken sliders and ribs in a cup, and Ruthie's Rolling Cafe made an appearance serving gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches (yum!!).

hello! card by Blue Eye Brown Eye
2012 calendar by Leah Duncan
Gorgeous necklace by f is for frank


  1. I sold at the most recent Dallas Flea (April) and I just featured Your tassel garland in one of my treasuries! I saw that you lived in Little Elm (which is where my brother lives) and decided to check out your blog! LOVE your Etsy shop!!

    1. Thanks so much - it's an absolutely beautiful treasury. I hope to do the Dallas Flea someday. It's too much fun!! And funny your brother lives in Little Elm - small world!