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Friday, June 4, 2010

Spring Extravaganza !!!

The Cottonwood House
"Down at the farm"
Spring Extravaganza
June 5TH and 6TH
Saturday and Sunday

We are almost Ready!!!
Take a peak and see what we've been up too.....

This table that Randall is working on has been transformed. You will not recognize it.

Oh my, Is this sweet or what??? A child's table and 4 chairs....

Wait until you see this all prettied up. So cute........

This picture says shabby chic all the way. If I could keep everything, the darling chairs would be a keeper for sure!! sigh..........

Sondra sure has the eye to see potential. You should have seen these before she got her hands on them.

Never enough hours in a day. When we get started we don't want to quit!!

Lovely Farm table!!

If you like primitive but not perfect, well I think you will like this cabinet

OK, girls, first load finished and on it's way to the Barn. Hang On......

I can't wait to show you what Ashley is creating. Adorable and must have journals. Be sure and find her. So very cute. Great gifts!!

Hey Dad, can ya help!!

Ashley and Sondra.
the Shabby Chic Chicks

It's late but not too late for a root beer float!!! Just what we needed to keep going another couple of hours.

Sorry freckles!!

So, come on out and enjoy the weekend with us. This is our biggest show yet and we have sooooo much STUFF!!!

See ya Soon!

Now, take a peak at the vendors who will be joining us.

Sweet Pea Boutique
You will not want to miss going into this booth. She will be bringing beautiful jewelry and better yet, it is priced right. It will be difficult to leave with just one piece!!. Chalk boards anyone? all kinds and sizes. It will be hard to choose! and Soooo much more!

Shivery's PlastiCrafts.
Textured acrylic hand painted gallery glass items. Very cool!
Stained glass look panels for windows, candle holders and so much more. Deb and her hubby create all these unique items.

Janet Seum spends much of her time selling her wares at burning Bridge Antiques in Columbia and also at The Milk House Antiques, formally known as The Rusty Gate. We are privileged to have her here for the weekend with furniture, 18Th and 19Th C. primitives, garden and vintage items

Lots of furniture painted and distressed by Suzy. She was at my Christmas show as well. Her hubby also makes unusual pieces with old shutters and what not. This is one talented couple. He creates and she paints! Love Love Love their pieces! You will too!!!

Would you like to make your home just a bit more beautiful? Why not add a floral arrangement? You talk about a Wow... You will be pleasantly surprised by Barbs unique and unusual creations. all created and designed by Barb Landis (Custom Permanent Floral Design & Home accessories) She designed several pieces for our Son's wedding last summer so I know what I'm talking about!!

Another vendor will be bringing Longaberger baskets. I am excited for you to see her display. It doesn't stop with baskets, She's got loads more!

Roxanne will be here with anything you might need for tea or tea parties. You will enjoy her selection. She also has vintage items, furniture, linens etc. P.S. Roxanne makes scones and has them frozen and all you do is take them home, bake them in your oven and BINGO!!
Invite a friend over for tea, serve a scone with a cup of hot tea and she'll think you've been cookin all morning.

Oh yea, come hungry. Lots of great food for you too enjoy as you shop. Que's BBQ will be here with hickory smoked sausage and or brisket sandwiches, chicken BBQ and by the way!...he makes the best baked beans ever!

Did I hear strawberries???
Vanilla Ice cream topped with Fresh Home Grown Strawberries! Yummy!!

Come and hang out awhile. Bring a blanket, and enjoy your food down by the creek.

I have moved from the Cochranville location to my home: From route 41 and route 10, go south on route 10 about 1/2 mile and turn right onto Homeville Rd. (If you go past the Pizza Shop you have gone too far.) Take Homeville Rd. 3 miles to 3480 Homeville Rd and look for sign. come down my long driveway and look for the barn

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1 comment:

Lucyeats said...

That is so amazing! What an interesting and rewarding hobby, I absolutely love the pieces of furniture you've gathered! How long did that take you?