First, I would to express my heartfelt condolences to all those who have been affected by the devastating storms recently. My thoughts and prayers continue to be with you and your families.
My home town has a wonderful Flea Market twice a year, called the Fancy Flea, and today was the day for the Spring event. A couple of city blocks are closed off and vendors set up in the street.
One of my new prim friends, Judi, who is a vendor at the monthly Arcadia Street Fair, came up for the event and we got to shop and hang out together for a while. We like a lot of the same things, so we had a great time looking for those “I need to take it home” items. This market had a lot of Shabby Chic, but I did find a few prim items I couldn’t live without.
This is everything I bought today.
I found two large wooden bowls – these are 16 inches across. I love the knot hole in this one – not sure where I am going to use this one.
I displayed the other one in a cupboard in the Living Room, along with the bunch of lavender.
Here is a close-up of the molds – wish I had had the bunny one before Easter.
Another crockery jug to add to my collection – can’t ever have too many of them.
After leaving the Fancy Flea my hubby and I went to lunch, and then he drove me to Dundee to visit the Prim Shack - a great prim shop that just happened to be having a sale today! I found this adorable little shelf sitter doll. I got another one for a gift but I can’t show you because I am sending it to a blog friend as a surprise.
With their permission I took a couple of pictures of the shop. Lots of prim goodies to accessorize your home.
Visit the Prim Shack website – you can access their blog from there.
I HAVE A COUPLE OF QUESTIONS
How long do you leave your Spring/Easter decorations out? I packed mine away yesterday - I was getting tired of looking at bunnies.
What do you decorate with next? I need ideas and welcome your input.
I hope you are all having a wonderful weekend.
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