5294 W Highway 199, Springtown, Texas 76082
|Vendor spaces full of unique and one of a kind items along with some junk to treasure items. Antique jewelry & furniture as well. Booths avail to rent.|
|Owner Angela Howard-Leatherwood
says Nickabby’s Collectibles & Hobby
Shop is a “dream now come true.”
The store – four miles west of Springtown
High School just before Rhodes Lane and
across from the Seventh Day Adventist
Church – offers a bevy of speciality items:
refinished/shabby chic furniture such as the well known
Orchid Cowgirl Furniture which is the name of Angelas furniture; paintings from a local artist; monogramming and craft items; household decor; steampunk decor; vintage and antique jewelry; and trash-to-treasure items from a variety of vendors.
Then there’s the hobby shop that will open in the fall that contains gas-powered, radio-controlled cars, planes, and helicopters as well as parts and fuel. Vendors looking to become part of Nickabby’s are welcome. (It’s pronounced
“Nicabees” and named after her children, Nick & Abby.)
Spaces are for lease with no percentage taken from sales, just a monthly booth fee and a one-time non-refundable deposit.
Owner Angela said, “We offer competitive pricing and a friendly
atmosphere.” She added that she allows vendors to decorate or revamp their space to accommodate artists’ unique wares.
My goal is to show this community and my guests that I am here for them. I’ll search high and low for the items they may be on the hunt for AND help them add new items to their collections,” Angela said. Every fourth Saturday is "Junk to Treasure & Vendor Trade Day" where anyone can set up a booth outside Nickabby’s for $20. Existing vendors enjoy free berths outside on those Saturdays. Food vendors are welcome, too, for
a $25 fee. Since only one restaurant is nearby, Angela says food vendors are especially encouraged. The fourth Saturday is also Car Show Day where all makes and models of
vehicles – including motorcycles – can show for $35; current Nickabby’s vendors are, again, free. All the Saturday vendor/food/vehicle fees go to a chosen charity of the month.
Angela says Nickabby’s came about through her love of “junking.” Her dream of opening her shop was delayed for years by a life long condition, Pseudo-Tumor Cerebra and a degenerative disc disease. After a November 2012 fire destroyed all their belongings, Angela was encouraged when so many “angels” came forward with furniture and clothes to help her family. “Because of this event, I knew it was time for me to do what I could to give back to others & continue paying it forward. Nickabby's is exactly that, helping local families earn a bit more income each month, giving to the community in need & helping local home based or small business' grow,
|WED||1:00 PM - 6:00 PM|
|THU||1:00 PM - 6:00 PM|
|FRI||9:00 AM - 6:00 PM|
|SAT||9:00 AM - 4:00 PM|