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Wednesday, April 16, 2008

What I got

Happy Wednesday:
I had lunch today with Vickie
and for those who read her blog, she is doing much better. It was nice to see her shining face again.

I have finished my large tin shelf, and It will be going up to the Antique Mall tomorrow. I have thought about keeping it for a future cottage room I'll be doing, but it's at least a year away, and By then I could make another if I need to.



And in my need for retail therapy this afternoon I picked up these beautiful folders.
I'm a sucker for this kind of thing.


The Gresham Barn sale started today with a preview night and here is what I picked up. It goes through Saturday so there is still time to get out there, they have got lots and lots of great stuff, and the prices are good too.

Some spindles, an old stamp holder thing
and this box of wire topiary thingies. They are not big, and they are oh so cute.
I see some painted pastel colors, like the duck and the rabbit (maybe white on the rabbit) I see some left as is, and other in black, like iron. They are definitely going in my booth.


That's all for now, You all have a great rest of the week.
Margo

5 comments:

Irma's Rose Cottage said...

I love your great finds, especially the folders. Those are really cute.

Vee ~ A Haven for Vee said...

Nice finds but the best was finding that Vickie is doing so well! Glad that you and she had lunch together...that makes me grin.

Rosemary said...

Great finds Margo.
Have a wonderful weekend!
Rosemary

pedalpower said...

I think that wagon looks great. I paid $150 for my junk coffee table. I usually like to find the stuff on my own, but it was something I couldn't easily come up with and he had already cleaned it up and put a nice finish onit. I've loved it ever since so I think it was worth it. A coffe table from the furniture store would have cost more anyway, and been less interesting. ssooo, If you love it go for it!

Shirlee said...

Love the spindles, they have a great shape to them. The little wire topiaries are neat too. You find the most interesting stuff. :)

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