Junkstock: Spring + Summer Recap

The Anastasia Co | Vintage Art PrintsIt has been a big year for Junkstock, and it is not over yet. The vintage festival celebrated its fifth birthday with a third, bonus show in April, and said goodbye to the old dairy farm in June. The event will be relocated to nearby Sycamore Farms, a few miles up the road, in October!

While I wasn’t able to participate in the April show as a vendor due to starting a fabulous new job, it was so wonderful to attend as a shopper and to be reminded what it is like to navigate through the vintage wonderland.

The June show was a huge success, and we somehow managed to survive the 90 degree temperatures. At the end of the third day, I left the farm with my cup of inspiration full to the brim. With so much creativity in one place, it’s almost impossible to not have a fire ignited to create. 

Check out the highlights from these two shows and past events below! If you’re in Omaha, tickets for the October show are available right here
 
 
Junkstock | The Anastasia CoVintage display
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Vintage crates Vintage bike wheels
Vintage displayVintage wall display106 VINTAGE CO.
 
Stacked crate display Vintage suitcasesJBS Mercantile
 
Vintage photos Vintage office
The West Place
 
Vintage skeleton keysSTC Finds
 
JunkstockThe Whistle Stop Country Store

 

Hanging plants
Mulhall’s
 
Junkstock | Vintage festival
Stella Maris

 

Tin cans as planters Vintage white dishes Vintage display Vintage desk

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  1. candy says:

    I love, love, love all your photos. If you could see my house you would understand. Can’t wait to hit the shows this fall.

  2. Cool stuff. Some of that stuff looks like antiques…and they are pretty awesome :)

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