I had stumbled upon this blog a while ago, and I have absolutely loved checking out all of their goodies at their past 3 tag sales. Not only do they have adorable, vintage furniture and decorations, the ladies that run the blog and the sales are some of the warmest, friendliest, sweetest people! I just love walking into their sweet old home to see their smiling faces and to discover what treasures are waiting for me. Here's a bit of the things they tempted me with:
The word vintage spelled out in Scrabbled letters. Why have I not done this yet??
A gorgeous Christmas wreath with a burlap bow (that's what I loved the most!):
Yarn scarves. I plan on making these...
What I loved about this vignette the most are the colors. I love me some aqua these days:
If I had unlimited space in my house, I would have gladly taken this beauty home with me. And, everything on top of it! :) My love for grey is finally being realized.
This, I should have bought. It's the perfect colors for my office with butter yellow walls and turquoise dresser. Maybe it will still be there in the spring?
I WANT THIS!! Did I not see it? (Colin took these pictures.) Was there a sold sign on it? I'm not sure, but I love it.
These stocking were adorable. I am a sucker for anything made of burlap, as some of them were. The shape of the stocking is so whimsical and fun.
I am so ready for my house to start showing the signs of Christmas. I loved all of the trees and decorations.
I am about to make one of these. I have wanted to make an est sign for a while now. Of course, if you follow me on Pinterest, you would know that.
How perfect are these for a front porch?! There were two of them, and they did beg me to take them home, but I held strong.
We all had such a great time at the tag sale!
After the tag sale, we headed to an antique mall around the corner. By the time we were done pickin', this is what came home with me: a cute side table from Eliz & Co, and a cottage sign, a small barn star, and some jingle bells from the antique mall.
After that, we headed back to Main Street, Westminster to have lunch at this adorable little cafe:
It was so cute, and the food was delicious!
Then, this morning, I went to my happy place with Blake and Piper.
Piper was as happy to be there as I was.
And, yes, they went for a swim.
What a fun weekend it was!