The sign says it all. Saturday was a very busy traveling day for me, I went to Queen of Tarte, then I was off to Molly Mo's sale down in Sublimity, from there I traveled the country roads to Troutdale for a lovely dinner with some great friends, thanks Ed and Carol, complete with a great view of our Mount Hood.
The Queen of Tarte and her special quests Willow Nest along with Annie, Fannie and Abigail, and Erin were there ready for us all to enjoy. There may have been other vendors there but I was not sure. Watch for the Queens next sale in September, check out her site to learn more.
The outside settings again were incredible, the pink dahlias made everything POP, wow says it all. That Erin can sure come through with those beautiful dahlias, thank you for the eye candy. The umbrellas above the head boards are made by Ludmil, I will have to save my money to buy one, you can even use it out in the garden to train your peas to grow up.
This bed was complete with hops hanging over the bed frame for a nice slumber for sleeping. Hops are known medicinally to aid in sleeping. I have put them in sleep pillows and it does work.
Linda and my new friend Connie, she is so fun to see at these sales, always a smile for you.
Here is one of Erin's hair garlands, she had these and some wonderful crowns she made, the hair garlands reminded me of our Lavender Festival Days.
Annie, Fannie and Abigail always presents us with new found objects each show, below are some of the treasures they had for us all. Thank you.
There were some great clearance items outside not to be missed.
Look close at those white doll skates on the blue shelf, pink was definitely in the air.
Here is Isabela, my friend Gayle Tweed from many years ago through the antiquing days, and Lisa. Check out Lisa's white gown it was perfect for her outfit. I often think how nice it is that we all can wear fun clothes to these sales and feel right at home. This day I saw some old friends that I had not seen in years, what a gift.
Check out the bloomers that Isabel had on, so cute.
These wooden stars were made by Erin, they had a magic about them.
That wire gate with the buckets went home with me to use in my studio when it is up and working, thanks Cindy.
This cotton dress, along with the one below you can tell they were lovingly picked, washed and pressed to make us dream of the days when we were younger. They were beautiful.
Oh how I love the blue, I bought that spool of darker blue ribbon, I will have fun using it I am sure.
There was plenty to feast your eyes on at the yummy table, including Huckleberry Pie, Basil Zucchini Muffins and scones complete with specialty jams and jellies that Erin brought.
Lots of fresh fruit, what a great color combination.
Natalie's yummy cake, I was sure to get some this time.
Some more of Erin's beautiful dahlias. I will post on Molly Mos next, so stay tuned.