Love this 1920's fabric. After a careful laundering, it is destined to become a new skirt for me.
LOVE the color on this huge spool of vintage aqua rick rack.
There are four tins in total to this set. I love the cherry pattern. I have a bread box and serving tray with the same pattern. These look so cheery on my kitchen shelves.
This game board was too cute to pass up. One of these days, this one and several others I have collected will hang up as wall art in my upstairs hallway.
The color on the bark cloth of this knitting basket is totally me!! Love everything about it, especially that it is in good enough shape that I can actually keep my knitting in it.
Really like everything I brought home (and I have a use for it all), but by far this is my favorite purchase of the day. This sweet silver bracelet started it's life out as a fork. A New Hampshire artist crafts them into hinged, one of a kind pieces of wearable art. It makes for quite the conversation piece too.
Found many of my happy treasures at Twin Elm Farm in Peterborough, NH. I will be posting some new photos of their shop in the next couple days. Check them out. They have great goodies and are just so nice to spend some time with. Hope you are enjoying your day. Thanks for stopping by.