Escape... and shop bargains this FRIDAY thru NEXT FRIDAY!
Our backroom is now shopable,(just barely) thank goodness it didn't rain much today and I was able to go down and finish it up...well, the FIRST round anyway.
Items in the shop have sale signs and if not tagged the beautiful shop merchandise is 25% off...that's HUGE for us!
CONSIGNMENT items will be 10% off, best we can do, hope you understand.
There is a large amount of vintage dishes and larger of vintage linens, they are all 1/2 off and more if you buy quantities. That's why Joni will be working, so I don't cry as they go out the door. I am a vintage linen horder... that's why. Bear with us with the rain...it's a little tricky in our large shop to hold an outdoor sale inside!
See you soon! Have fun scooping up the good stuff and know that the backroom sale items will be restocked as I am also cleaning out some workspace and garage items from home to add to it.
WELCOME TO ANY NEW ONES JUST FINDING OUT ABOUT OUR SHOP...come in just to say hi. We are located directly across from the old courthouse in Farmington. Have lunch or dinner at Franciscos Mexican Grill almost next door, it's authentic! (you'll have a new addiction, our shop, his food!) Brenda Klomp
Not a complainer...it's time to make lemonade out of lemons...meaning TOO MUCH RAIN...good grief!
For the first time in 4 1/2 yrs. of shopkeeping there has never been time to spend longer than 1 hour in a day to clean out the back room.
This week I have been organizing all those boxes of vintage, one of a kinds etc. holiday. Due to LOTS OF RAIN...too much right!
THIS SATURDAY THRU WED. we will have one heck of a SALE. Those back room items will be priced at 1/2 off and lower, some even $1.00 each. INSIDE THE SHOP...we will sell at 25% off! Excluding some consignment. Some pieces have simply been marked on sale. A sale NOT to miss! This sale will include any new merchandise that has arrived and still coming in.
Note...WE ARE CLOSED TODAY THURSDAY. Open Friday, even though rainy to finish getting ready for our ESCAPE SALE! Escape for whatever reason you need, and we'll see you soon!
How did your flower gardens do over the winter? We lost many bushes and 1/2 of the roses. My husband was afraid too tell me I am sure.
When an article in the newspaper came out last weekend that 299 of 300 rose plants in Ogdens botanical gardens died, then he braved up, realized it wasn't his fault and took me for a walk outside to show me the dead plants. Did you know that we had a cold front move through in Nov. after it had been so warm, they figure it did alot of damage.
I had specifically picked my roses from The antique rose emporium because I wanted old fashioned styles. You can order a catalog and all bushes sell for 18.95 and ship from Texas. There are only certain months they ship and they will come as a sturdy stick. But they do grow quickly.
I'm sure the local nurseries carry nice roses too. Although we are winding down on the home re-do (getting carpet Tuesday, finally yeah!) I wasn't planning on a yard re-do. But it will be kind of nice to have a new look going on out there too...UNLESS...I just wait till next year and do it up right. How about you?