The sign says it all. I love the old silo, the entrance was so inviting, you would walk into the magic of Queen of Tarte.
The setting for this sale is awesome, driving up out of Oregon City on the country roads is so refreshing. I also discovered my best friend from high school lives only about a half mile from Cindys sale.
A bed of spring awaited you as you entered the land of Tarte.
These lanterns and flowers looked so festive.
Customers wait for their turn to pay and take home their treasures. Cindy looked like a breath of fresh spring. Jermone and Joe from BarnHouse was there to help, they both always bring some fun to the shows. I also saw many other bloggers there, it is so much fun to put a real face to a name from the bloggin world, I introduced my self to Lisa and Isabel they both have a space at Monticello Antiques in Portland, Oregon. Also there exhibiting their goods was; Annie, Fannie and Abigail. There is a big sale this weekend starting at Monticello Antiques showing quest venders encluding many of my favorites Joy and a lot more.
Inside the land of Tarte. The lighting was perfect and the magic was there.
This so says country to me. The glass milk bottles and the layout of food was beautiful.
I loved this apron!
I love this primitive wood tray shelf, I have one similar but mine does not look that good.