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Special Weekend Edition: The Farm Chicks Antique Show with Guest Reporter Malia Karlinsky

Hey everyone!

Did you have a fabulous weekend? I bet if you went to The Farm Chicks show you did! For those of you who didn't I'm back with another surprise! This time from Vintage Indie reader Malia of Yesterday On Tuesday.

She's back from the show with all kinds of goodies and interviews to share with you. Would please help me in giving Malia a warm Vintage Indie welcome? Thanks so much, you're the best readers a girl could have.  xoxo Gabreial

Hello!  I'm Malia from Yesterday On Tuesday  and I'm fresh from Spokane with your Farm (Chicks) Report.  This was the best FC show ever in my opinion.  There were 193 spaces to stop by... be inspired... and of course *wink* buy some treasures. 


There were so many amazing things to see.  I am going to bring you along on my journey of bliss, starting with the first spot I stopped:  JOHNBob cooljunk (above photo).  The must have item?  Aprons going for $5 apiece.  They were literally flying out of the booth.


Across the way, I found Heather Bullard Home & Lifestyle, HeatherBullard.com  Elegance and charm are the words I'd use to describe Heather's space.  This designer uses lots of organic material in her work, as well as jewels and pastel tones.  I felt like I stepped into a beautiful boutique walking into her place.




Next up:  Orange Crush Exports.  They had tons of cool vintage leather belts, signs, pennants, show ribbons and my favorites, Skeleton Keys.  I wish I could have grabbed the giant box of them.  Orange Crush had all sorts of colors and textures... and I wasn't the only one who loved it.  I almost got crushed myself by the crowd at the table!

Orange Crush Exports 

Wow Malia, you found some great things at the show! I truly appreciate your time and effort to bring us these fabulous highlights. I can't wait to see what else you've got for us!

Please visit Malia at her corner of the web Yesterday On Tuesday, she offers a very charming blog another great addition to your reader!



 Malia Karlinsky is a wife and a Mom to two cute kids.  She enjoys elegant upcycling, finding vintage treasures, sewing, photography and writing.  Oh and tap dancing which she isn't good at but really loves.  In her previous career, Malia was a television writer and producer. 


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