Monday, August 20, 2012

Are you ready for some pictures/treasures!

REVISED MY POST…. I ADDED A SHOW AD…

Anyone living close to me you are welcome to come to my show
and sale…lots and lots of treasures.
You all know how I like to change things out so there’s lots of
NEW LIKE ITEMS FOR SALE….as well as CRAFT SHOW ITEMS.

show ad

I did have a little bit of time when in PA last week to buy some wonderful Fall decorations.
I knew I didn’t need any Prim things but I did buy pumpkins…they are just irresistible?
Who can turn down a Golden Orange Pumpkin or even a Green one! Maybe throw in a grungy White one and you have a Pumpkin patch right in your own home.

I won’t go into a lot of detail as I had a long post earlier…just some pictures this time (I think….loll)

Pumpkin Towel
I have seen this towel just about everywhere but it was calling my name…I love the whimsical look of it.

 

 Pumpkin pouch and paddle
And who could resist this adorable Pumpkin pouch – I actually got this at the booth next to me at the Lititz show.
Being I hurt so bad I couldn’t walk the show so fortunately this cutie was right next door!!!
The paddle board behind it I got someplace out there…can’t remember where

 

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This ball of wool isn’t showing up too well…but it’s a lovely aged look.
The shop is called Thymes Remembered and it’s just outside East of Gettysburg in New Oxford
You must go to this shop…it’s awesome

THYMES REMEMBERED
6385 York Rd
New Oxford, PA 17350
717-624-1498
Thymes Remembered

 

I bought this reproduction jug to put a fall arrangement in along with a bunch of lighted twigs

Star pitcher

 
Oh and Mr... Santa Clause….I had to replace this guy – my husband broke mine last Christmas
when putting things away so I was glad I found another one.
It has the look of the old fashioned paper Mache Santa’s form the 40’s

(Remember you can click on the pictures and see them bigger)
Resin Santa

 

And who can resist fabric…certainly not me!
The Two cotton ones are in a green to use on Mache boxes
and the other are wool
Green fabric

 Wools

 
Who needs more Mercury ornaments…I DO!
I got these at the Candle Barn in Intercourse…that shop is jammed full of Prim goodness!

Mercury Ornaments 

 

Now these may not be very fun to look at but I bought them and so here they are…
Lots of Fall foliage – I snipped the tags off and forgot to write down what some of them are
Flower 1

Flowers 7

Flowers 6

 Flowers 5

 Flowers 4

 Flowers 3

Flower 2

 

I was at Olde Mill House Shoppe in Lancaster and they had a table set
with large candle wreaths and Pumpkins so I bought my own versions of them
.I put the rings on the Pewter plates and set the Pumpkins in the center.
These Pumpkins are actually paper – very light weight.
Pewter Pumpkin table 1

Aren’t they neat!!!
Pumpkins on pewter

I bought two different kind in green and tried them but
I decided I’m leaving the Orange Pumpkins on there.
 
Green pumpkins and pewter table
 Green pumpkin on plate

And these Two beauties – not sure what they’re made of but they’re heavy
 
White and Orange Pumpkins

 

At the show last Saturday I said I met Margie Santos and she gave me a gift…well here it is
Margie I absolutely LOVE my Santa and the other wonderful gifts.
THANK YOU
 
Santa

Santa closeup

Included was this cute long bowl, Wax Acorn ornies, 2 sets of mini mitten ornies and a battery candle
Misc items from margie

 

So there you have it…all my wonderful treasures

Today I received a package I ordered from Carol of http://buttermilkcreekfarm.blogspot.com/ 
and she put in an adorable Fall Mouser for me…she is such a sweet lady and so generous.  Again her work is incredible. 
THANK YOU CAROL!
Just look at that adorable Mouse peeking out of burlap sack and he’s even wearing a witches hat!

Mouser

 

Today I met up with Marie http://primitivesbyoldeladymorgan.blogspot.com/
to give her back the remainder of the products of hers that I took to the Lititz show.
We both brought our husbands along and had a wonderful lunch and lots of interesting conversation.
Marie gave me a set of 3 Wool Pumpkins – like I said this is the season of Pumpkins for me!
Too adorable aren’t they!  THANKS MARIE
Wool Pumpkins

Wow, I thought this was just going to be a post of treasures
but get me going and it doesn’t stop…loll

 

Well last Sunday the 12th our new baby granddaughter Miranda was baptized
and as you all know we were in Pennsylvania so we missed this wonderful event. 
But we did get some great photos from the kids.
We also missed Darren’s birthday the day before too…
There she is making scrunchy face again! loll
 
Miranda 2

Darrens family at baptism

Mr... Aidan!  Isn’t he getting big!!!
 

These two were taken later that day
Miranda 1

Aidan 1

That’s all folks…I have kept you all long enough!

THANKS AGAIN TO ALL THOSE WHO CAME TO VISIT AND SHOP AT THE SHOW
I APPRECIATED EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU.
AND…I’LL TAKE EARLY SHOPPERS ANYDAY!!!
THEY’RE SERIOUS SHOPPERS…wishing I could have been with them! LOL

 

I also activated the categories on my other blog with my products
http://kmprimitives.blogspot.com/

Hope
you go on over and see what’s available

Karen

24 comments:

  1. Karen,

    The pictures are wonderful. I really like the assortment of pumpkins. I like them myself.

    I haven't 'seen' you in awhile. I do hope you are doing well. Sorry you are still having the pain though.

    I am doing pretty good. Please take care.

    Hugs,
    Pam

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  2. Karen,
    I don't know what to even say! What a feast for the eyes! You got quite the haul! Saw you were at some MORE of my favorite shops. You didn't by any chance stop by Flower and Craft Warehouse, did you? Love the shops in Intercourse.

    I adore the mouse in a sack and the wool pumpkins! So cute!!!! Love it!

    Glad that you had a safe and fun trip. I need to visit some of those shops in Gettysburg!

    Oh, and your grandkids are adorable!!!

    Blessings!
    Heather

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  3. I enjoyed seeing all your treasures and your adorable little grands...you saved the best pictures for last :)
    Blessings

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  4. lovin' all the pumpkins and fall flowers. just love seeing it all. your grandbaby is just beautifil in her gown, that little fellow is a cutie too! have a great day!

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  5. Hi Karen, oh I love the Pumpkin pouch, so cute and prim.Also love the Santa to,and yes, Carol is so talented, sweet fall mouser bag. Your fall decor looks warm and cozy, now I want to put out mine, ha.Such sweet baby pictures, ahhhh. Blessings Francine.

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  6. Wow, you got some wonderful treasures. I'm a huge mercury glass fan...so those ornaments are my favorite !!! Sweet baby pictures...you're a lucky grandma.

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  7. Hi Karen, so glad that the sale was a great success for you both buying and selling!
    Love all of you pics of course.
    The kids are beautiful.
    Linda

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  8. Your treasures are all beauties Karen. And your grandchildren are adorable.

    Felicia

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  9. Oh you little temptress!
    How I wish I lived a few hours closer, I would LOVE to come to your sale.

    Your new goodies are amazing!
    I loved everything your got.

    Maries wool pumpkins are wonderful.

    Such beautiful grandbabies.

    Hugs,
    Tam

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  10. Looks like you've made lots of great finds and will be ready for the holidays and autumn! Love those pumpkins! And what a sweet little baby, she's just precious!

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  11. Hi Karen!
    Looks like you found some wonderful treasures at the show and about. Who can resist pumpkins!!!
    Love the trick or treat bag you got from Carol!!!
    Adorable family!
    Prim Blessings
    Robin

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  12. Oh karen I can't believe you were the whole way up in New Oxford had I known I could have drove up to the Thymes shop and met you.(It's only about 15 minutes from me)Love all your new goodies.I'm getting pumpkin fever but trying to hold off a few more weeks.Your grandkids are adorable.Warm Blessings!~Amy

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  13. Oh Whaaaaah! Wish I could go to the sale... Have fun! Blessings...

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  14. Karen, I so enjoyed all of your pictures - you sure found some wonderful treasures. Love the pumpkins, the fall foliage, the Santas - well actually, all of it.
    Adorable grandchildren - Miranda is absolutely beautiful in her baptismal dress.
    Blessings,
    Sue

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  15. Karen,

    So many wonderful treasures!!! Love them all!!! Miranda looks beautiful in her gown too!!!
    Ed & I had a great time in Lake Geneva having lunch with you & Doug! Thank you again for taking my creations with you... spent a bit of my money today...got myself a wonderful prim crock!!! OLM

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  16. Oh my gosh Karen,
    So many lovely things to look at and drool over! your grand kids are adorable, soooo precious.
    xoxo

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  17. Holy pumpkins! I mean holy cats!! I don't even know where to begin! Love each and every one of your new treasures! (Then, again, haven't met a pumpkin I haven't loved....) You're giving me fall fever girlfriend....and I SOOO don't need it. All I need is to use what I have and I'll be more than good....but, yikes - it's so much fun to add new treasures! And your lil' grandgirl pumpkin is the sweetest of all. ;o) Smiles & Hugs ~ Robin

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  18. Your grandchildren are so beautiful!
    I love the woolen pumpkins from Marie, and can you imagine I forgot to visit the Candle Barn? The kids were never Into it when we were in Intercourse, so I kept saying 'maybe tomorrow'.

    Hugs
    Goedele

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  19. Hi Karen!! Love the pumpkin and pewter arrangement! Wish I lived closer so I could come to your sale!! ~Kriss~

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  20. Love the picture of your grandson later in the day, a real moment catches, love those types of shots.

    We are going up to The Stone House this weekend maybe I'll figure out how far you are from there...I'd love to come to your sale if it works out.

    Kendra

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  21. Oh just look at all those goodies! I love those wool pumpkins!

    Miranda is such a doll and especially so in her baptism dress! Aiden is a handsome little guy!

    Glad you had a fun time. Lancaster, Pa is a place I'd love to visit sometime!

    Have a great day, Karen!
    Tammy

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  22. Hi Karen: So glad you liked the mouse bag. I love all of your goodies. I am especially fond of the wool pumpkins. Just too cute!!!

    Ok...I am off to check out your treasures...

    hugs,
    Carol

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  23. Hi Karen,

    I hope to go to PA one day! I hear it is awesome and a good place to buy antiques. Love your photos as always! SO pretty!

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  24. Hello Karen, It's been a while since I visited and I'm glad I've been able to catch up with you again. Your new addition to the family is adorable. Your crafts are a wonderful assortment .... love them all. Sue

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So glad you came to visit - feel free to leave a comment.
I will try and answer as many as I can - maybe not immediately but I will get to you!

Karen