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Scouting for Junk in Princeton, Wisconsin - What Fun!



I attended a family reunion this summer near Princeton, Wisconsin. The town hosts a flea market every Saturday all summer, and crowds flock from miles around to the town square for the weekly festivities.

Venders sell their crafts and fresh produce while shoppers wander the jagged aisles looking for treasure. But Princeton visitors don't need to wait for Saturdays to come around to find some fantastic treasures.

I stopped in at two neighboring shops on the main thoroughfare through town and found a heap of fun stuff I would have bought if I had unlimited funds. If you're ever in Priceton, Wisconsin, I highly recommend you check out these two shops.

The first one is Needful Things. Check out Debi's Needful Things on Facebook to see more pictures of the wonderful projects in progress at the shop.


I love the whimsical style of the inventory of this shop. The hand-painting is one-of-a-kind.

When I stopped in, this piece was in progress, and now it's finished:
I want it!

The other shop I checked out was one I stopped at several years ago when I was in the area. Huser Daddy Antiques has made some great improvements at the shop. I loved it before, but now there were some cool brightly painted items and the pile of treasures outside has been organized and arranged. Love the changes! Find out more about the shop at the Facebook page for Huser Daddy Antiques and have fun looking through the photos. 



If only I had unlimited funds....

What fun it is to stop in local resale shops. The next time you're exploring Wisconsin, be sure to check out Princeton...any day of the week. But especially on flea market Saturdays. 

Thanks to the shop owners for letting me scout around. I'll be back again, for sure!

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