What a gorgeous day here...sunny and just right, I was going to go to the flea market today but figured I had enough stuff.LOL Anyways, the Covered Bridge Festival is next weekend and I'll save my money for that:)
Yesterday I stopped at Center in the Woods, a senior center right up the road from me, they were having a flea market/craft show that started at 8 and I needed to be at work for 9!!! I left the house early and stopped by to see what they had and one lady and her husband were there selling these blocks, instead of using stain she used, I'm sure, a brush to flick paint on it. I also liked the fall colored homespun that she tied around it. I bought Michele one that says Prim Harvest, you don't know how I wanted to keep it but she's good to me:) I also bought these patriotic ones, you can see the flicks of paint on these too.
They didn't have much of a flea market only two tables but I managed to find some things in the short amount of time I had.
Do you remember these old time pencil boxes? This was a $1.00 and painted blue so I figured I had to have it for my desk.
There is a farm scene painted on it:)
This prim can was only .25 and it has a jar inside to put a candle in, hey for .25 I couldn't leave it there:)
I also found this old colander for .50 to put the vegetables in on the counter!
The Dollar Tree had these...they went like wildfire, I think the only one left is the pig...he's a neat sheep for a $1.00!
I bought two cows one for me and the other for Michele to put in her Christmas stocking, I have mine on top of my refrigerator, very appropriate I think. Remember when they were the rage in country decorating? Michele used to decorate with them then but she has since got rid of most and just kept the more prim ones.
That's about all that's going here...Stush is cutting grass and I should go out and take the summery things on the back porch down to the basement.