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Monday, November 4, 2013

vintage shop - Christmas sale

Saturday we went to the open house at "Through the Garden Gate".    Always festive and good cheese , grapes and yummy cookies and brownies to snack on while shopping.
We always buy a snow man and I bought other things I didn't need,  thats the fun of shopping.
greeted by a gate with rudolph at the bottom
snowflakes seen from outside
fun wooden santa with old luggage behind him

blurry but still pretty
santa faces on metal
pretty dressed round boxes

I am gonna try a few of these myself

pretty setting on dresser-notice the salt and pepper shakers as angels

Very pretty gift bag someone made and for sale

pretty garlands

Old fashioned Santa

I liked this wreath right away.

Little touches like this brighten an area and add interest I think, now if I can remember to do little things like this
these are popular now it seems
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til next time - betsy



Vicki said...

What a neat shop! Thanks for "taking" us along on your shopping spree.

Gina @ VictorianWannaBe said...

Oh what beautiful stuff, now that's my kind of shop! I even spied some miniatures! That always gets my attention.
Thanks for sharing with us.

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

What a fantastic shop!! Loved everything in it!! Thanks so much for sharing!!


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