Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Some color and The Whistle Stop Country Store

Happy Wednesday friends! The week is half over...yay!! I don't have much to share today so I thought I would take some pictures of some flowers in my yard. Some color to brighten up this dreary day here in Nebraska.

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I also want to show you some things that I bought at this great little prim shop that isn't that far away from me, it's in Elkhorn...yay. It's called The Whistle Stop Country Store and it's got some great stuff. I could have bought so much more.

I love these metal flowers and bowls.

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Not sure what I am going to do with this little metal hanging thingy, maybe some potpourri. Loving that fabric covered box with the strawberry pinkeep on it!

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Love both sets of these towels also!
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Just realized that I forgot to get pictures of the hanging rope candles and of the old chicken feeder. The candles are hanging on my candle drying rack. I also got a bag of fake raspberries and blackberries, they look so real!!

So if you are ever in the area of this store, you don't want to miss stopping at it!! The owner also has a blog, she's very friendly also...click here.

Well that's all I have...hope you all are having a great week so far and hope it continues for you.

4 comments:

Christine said...

Your flowers certainly did brighten things up!
Love all your new goodies, too!
Best wishes
Christine

The Whistle Stop said...

Hi Brenda,
Thanks for the nice post about the shop! It was good to meet you and I appreciate your business! Your flowers are wonderful!
Thanks again,
Laurie :)

Patti said...

cute stuff Brenda...can't wait to see your sheep tuck!

Angie Berry said...

Your flowers are beautiful! I love those big hibiscus, they are so pretty!

Nice finds! I would use that metal hanging thingy as a candleholder. I always buy tons of votives after the holidays when you can get them for 5 cents or less and burn them in things like this. I would slip a glass votive down inside each one before I would burn a candle though. Or you could use the battery operated tealights. That would be cute too.