Friday, November 12, 2010

A Vintage Holiday Open House

The Shop's front window.

Everyone has been working so hard creating and buying beautiful Holiday goods for our Open House this weekend.  Today was the first day of the sale, and it was a great one.  Busy all day, things were just flying out the door.  Just wanted to show some of the wonderful displays that the girls have been creating. 

This old skate belonged to Karen P. mom.  What a cute idea.

One of Jeannie's creations.

Our customers can't get enough of our vintage ornaments.
Lovely shabby pale blue bottlebrush trees and wreaths.

Handmade burlap and toile stockings.

An old tin strainer as a centerpiece.

More vintage ornaments.

Here is our antique cash register all decked out.
There is a small tin porriger from France.  How cute is that?

Vintage style aluminum trees and tussie mussies.

Candy canes anyone? 

I love these tiny velvet stockings.

Old cupboards filled with sparkling holiday decor.

The girls are bringing in vintage and new holiday decor and gifts everyday.  I hope to keep everyone up to date with what is coming in.  Enjoy!!!

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Halloween was a Blast

Move over Witches of Eastwick, we are the Witches of Wrentham.  Halloween at the shop was a blast.  All the girls dressed up as witches, starting on the left, we have Witch Susan, I'm in the middle, and Witch Jeanine is on the right.

I'm sorry I haven't been blogging lately, but time has gotten away from me.  Between remodeling the kitchen and my husband having knee replacement surgery, I haven't had much time for anything. 

I did take a few pictures at the shop.  The shop girls will be outdoing themselves in the upcoming weeks, getting ready for our Vintage Holiday Open House.