Friday, August 20, 2010

Something to brighten my day!!!

Here are a few treasures i found this week!
I love this fabric
 and when it was on sale It was just meant to be!!
Its so bright and cheery.
I found this upholstery fabric on sale for $6
I bought all 8 yards I thinks it's so pretty!
I'm thinking these will be great for a craft day project...
I love enamelware and this will look great in the store!
 and then comes Our latest family member
 Isn't she or he cute...
we knew this one was coming home with us
just look at that face!

Well I have been having a dreadful week at the lodge and I'm so tired
enough about that!!!

I found a ton of new finds for the shop
 will post them soon!!
I can't wait to share one item especially.
I love this new edition to my French collection...


  1. Wow, what fantastic treasures.....I need to take a trip across the pond to visit your shop! Have a great weekend! xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

  2. Well we're looking at starting a farm, while my husbands & i think cows & sheep, the children are already chosing names for goats & bunnies. Too cute, love to Lucy, love Posie

  3. Gorgeous finds! I love the rosey fabric!!
    Tamzin X

  4. Cute 'runny babbit'; we used to have one similar: caramel coloured, long hair and miniature - too cute. It was called bunny! we have a Miniature Schnauzer (dog), he is called Puppy! we are everso creative with names here!Nice finds, you have better luck than I finding French stuff; how can that be?...

  5. Hope your new little addition and George get along. I know you'll find some way to use every inch of that material - unless it's for your shop and I love the French enamelware. I never see that here. I'm sorry about your week, I'm glad you find time to blog. I'm sure that helps you to feel better. Blessings, Diane

  6. Wow, Heidi! You found quite a trove of tantalizing treasures. Your enamelware finds are just fantastic.

    And the bunny is sooo cute. Almost as cute as your daughter. ;) We had a dwarf brownish-black bunny when our kids were young. His name was Cadbury, and he was quite the entertainer. But that's for another time.

    Liz @ the Brambleberry Cottage