I spied the flax comb this past weekend at Primitive Pickins, a charming, little show featuring primitives and rustic items and at the home of one of the show's organizers. It was a smaller show, but had a nice selection furniture and rustic antiques. Take a look at some of the goodies.
Julie and her friends host one of these shows about four times a year, rotating host houses for each show. Now that I've discovered them, I'm looking forward to their next event in November.
We don't use the fireplace, but have it filled with white twinkle lights which should look mah-velous twinkling through the pie safe's pinholes.
Next weekend, a friend and I are off to the annual Nebraska Junk Jaunt. Advertised as "everything from thimbles to combines," the Junk Jaunt is more than 300 miles of yard sales in more than 20 towns in three days. Whoo-hoo!
Stay tuned . . . should be lots of goodies to share with you all.
Make it a great day!