Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Uncovered Ruby Gala

Fall Harvest was definitely the theme here at this sale on Saturday the 3rd of October, the scene was in the back parking lot of Uncovered Ruby's store. There was all kinds of happenings going on complete with music being played by a guitarist. There were plenty of vendors and the weather held out for them all. Yeah! There were lots of pumpkins to choose from as you will see in the following photos.

LIVE BY THE SUN, LOVE BY THE MOON I loved this sign so I got it. Cathy from Beyond the Garden Gate does these, she has some great sayings. Thank you Cathy.
Michelle of My Shabby Passion, she is the greatest, the kindest gentle spirit, I am so blessed to have gotten to know her in this last year. There were two of us trying to get this photo, but I love her expression any way, even though I did not get a straight on shot. She is just so full of life. Thank you Michelle.
I don't think any one can have too many of these jars, there are so many things you can do with them, don't you think?
This was a sweet little figurine with all the ruffles, it certainly looked very Paris to me.
I could not resist this plaque, it is the work of Lisa Kaus, check out her site for more information. This space was that of a man named Jay, I never really got his business name, however.
This door display was wonderful, with it's crackle finish and added decorations.
These mercury turquoise ornaments were beautiful.
This was Susan of Bird Song and Mary Jo of Faded Rosie space, it was loaded and ready for fall.
Mary Jo of Faded Rosie made these sweet burlap pumpkins, of course one had to go home with me.
What a cute little bistro chairs and table, perhaps for dolls or even teddy bears, don't you think?
Jennifer of Barking Dogs blog spot had this great display, she is also at Camas Antiques, you won't want to miss her space, go and check it out.
All these notions are sorted in these cute baskets they would be perfect to draw from to create what ever craft project you might be working on.

Mail box any one, I have a huge one that I keep some of my garden supplies in out in the garden. The possibilities are endless. What would you do.
This was Karen's space of Plain and Simply Karen's blog, she had yummy chocolate chip pumpkin muffins. I got a really cool round wood cheese box from her; as well as that blue enamel dipper in those photo.
This space is JunqueCouture Home, I met Pam and she is a fellow blogger, there are some of neatest people out there blogging.
Just think it won't be long until turkey day. This weekend on Saturday is Papa Jacks and Comforts Sale "Backyard Folk Art, in Brush Prairie, Washington. The ladies that put this show on, only have the best folk art and primitives that you can imagine. It is from 10:00 to 3:00.
15506 NE 181st Street. Don't miss out. I promise you won't be disappointed.


  1. Hi Florence, can you tell me what kinds of things I could find there? Is it art??? Or Junk???
    Have a good day
    Julie, Kindred Roses

  2. Sorry Florence, I meant the Papa Jacks sale???

  3. Looks like the sale was so much fun! I'm sorry I had to miss it. One of these days I will make one of the sales.


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