Lucille and I did a road trip yesterday, we left early, rained all morning but cleared up and ended up a beautiful day. The countryside was so pretty.
Our first stop was at a sweet small shop attached to her house, out in the country, called Primitive Beginnings What a sweet lady. I found some bulbs which I needed, battery operated candle and a wool checked piece of wool. Here it is folded up on the cupboard.
The next shop was less than a mile from her house. The landscape around here was amazing. I love farmlands and we saw lots of it.
They are located about 45 miles west of Breckenridge. Her open house is the same day this year as Breckenridge so if you can make it she has a great selection of prims.
These are new this year. Battery operated candle and the tin sill holders. Bought 3 of the 4" and 1- 8"
Give off a great flicker look. they are suppose to be timer candles but mine never stopped last night.
Another type of battery operated and looks great.
Old tin measuring cup
More small funnels
And look at this...her yard is so sweet!!!!
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This is the old primitive door I bought in the Springtime at Seville Antique Mall just for this spot. We finally stained our basement landing and got the door hung. I want to hang really long gourds on it but have not found any yet.
Hung a grapevine wreath.
One huge plain wall. What ever I use it can't stick out too far.