Monday, September 3, 2012
Signs of Fall? and The Vintage Market
Returned from my walk this AM and was greeted by coffee on the butcher block, complete with fall dish towel embellished with leaves, an orange napkin, and a jigger(!?!) of cream, actually half and half. Can't seem to go the black coffee route. Maybe when I grow up.
Guess it means we have to put the white jeans away and start thinking about Fall accents for our homes.
Been working on a few items which will be for sale at the Vintage Market in Roscoe this coming weekend, September 7 and 8. As mentioned, the criteria for exhibits are hand crafted, vintage, or re-purposed.
So we have quite a few twig wreaths embellished with burlap and vintage items. The one pictured has an antique pocket watch with chain. There will be others. Consider this a sneak peek. Others will be on display - some for Fall and, Oh no!, a few for Christmas, all done in the simple, rustic style which easily complements primitive, neo traditional (pottery barn), rustic, and French country.
Tina Rippy and I will be in the Just A Second tent in the outside area next to Canine Colony on Main Street in Roscoe. Speaking of sneak peeks, got a few peeks at Tina's treasures which include wonderful textiles, antique furniture, her sought after felted wool creations, as well as other handcrafted and vintage accessories.
You won't want to miss it. Click on the poster below (and isn't that cute!) for more details.
Just A Second will be closed this Friday and Saturday, because we will be at Harvest Vintage Market with so many wonderful choices that the store will be most empty.
If you have needed a Just A Second fix, you will be sure to find it in Roscoe this weekend.