Wednesday, August 19, 2009

The Setting BARN HOUSE

Special quests Willow and Nest would not disappoint any one, we are all very blessed that they come all the way from Texas to see us and bring their treasures. I tried to limit myself on how many photos I post, and I still cannot seem to narrow it down, there are too many great finds to see. Enjoy!
The setting was great and the weather was perfect. Check out Ludmil's bird houses on the poles.
This table setting was very special.
Look close, who would of thought to use a galvanized dust pan for a charger in a table setting, I loved it of course.
I love this photo of Linda of Willow Nest and Joe of Barn House, it was right before the show opened. They look so relaxed.
These french sheets and towels were just waiting for the right person, to look and feel it was such a great sensory perception.
These linen and cotton gowns were all hung waiting for some one to find the perfect one for themselves.
Burlap pillows are sure Big this year, along with linen ones.
Joe's culinary skills are coming out here for all of us to enjoy.
These bauble necklaces were done by Natalie, they are beautiful.
This french bed with a crown topper holder for a curtain, is certainly fit for a princess. Thanks Ludmil for sharing your creation.
A bed of straw? This bed frame went out very fast.
French wood Spools. How cool is that?
Linda always has beautiful ribbons for us to choose from, thank you Linda.
These benches and table went out very past too, I loved the old chippy look to them.

Jermone, Ludmil, Linda and Joe are ready for the crowd to come in and see what treasures they have in store for each and every one. I do not think anyone was disappointed.
What a perfect setting with these iron fence pieces that Willow Nest brought with them.
Oh these plums, the canning yet to be done. However I did get sixteen quarts of peach pie filling canned on Friday so I could go to this sale before I headed out for the coast for an anniversary get a way.
That clock face was to die for, I wished I would of gotten it.
Cindy and Barry The Queen and King of Tarte as they are so affectionately named. They look so relaxed here. I think Cindy got her mama Willow fix, don't you?
Ah the German Glass Glitter, I was first exposed to it through Willow Nest many years ago, one cannot be with out it. Don't you agree?
How about skating on down to Oregon City this Saturday for the Queen of Tarte and Willow Nest Sale, along with Annie, Fannie and Abigail.
How about a little glitter and dazzle at the Queen of Tarte Sale this Saturday, August 22nd?


  1. I love your blog, Love how you display your ideas. Wish I live closer ,

  2. Florence... I often forget how long some of our dearest customers have been shopping with us, and your post reminded me of such sweet memories, of days past... you did a lovely job with your photos and your kind words... I would expect nothing less however, knowing you and your generous spirit... thank-you Linda.

  3. A very nice post, Florence!
    I'm off to Florida to share some quality time with my daughter :o)
    Next, I most likely have to make a trip to Norway, because my oldest son is about to move there for some time;- maybe schooling.
    Love you,

  4. What a beautiful post Florence. I loved all of your pictures and it looked like such a great time, so sad I had to miss it...
    Looking forward to seeing you this Saturday.

  5. I love reading about all the sales! I would love to have gotten my hands on some of those French sheets and towels!


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