We're having another great saturday here at Country Comes To Town! Thanks to all our weekend regulars. I also wanted to post a couple pictures of a few new groupings I worked on this morning. Check back next week to see the two piece hutch Melissa is giving a prim makeover. I hope everyone has a safe and happy weekend: )
A shot of the top of our Easter tree that Melissa decorated.
I love the bunny head peaking out!
Mr. & Mrs. Bunny sitting on the swing that hangs over our check out counter
A display with a few of our spring & summer flags
We have the largest selection of standard and garden flags, mailwraps and mats in town.
The spring/summer issue of Mercantile Gatherings arrived in the store this week and as promised this issue is bigger and better. Featuring a great little shop "Splinters and Rags" from right here in NC.
The Lord's Prayer
Old three gallon crock with tallow berries
Our tallow berries were a hit this year, only seven bundles left!
Punchneedle picture and old books
A small grouping with old dough bowls
And the stockings were hung!
No mantle? No Problem!
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas!
Primitive mantle garland
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Country Comes To Town (located inside Carolina Window Fashions)
What started out as a hobby making crafts in 1985 has turned into an overwhelming amount of inventory. We opened as a small consignment craft shop on Hope Mills Rd. We then added curtains and blinds and continued to grow. A family run business, my daughter Melissa and I keep the store front running while my son Mike is busy
with estimates, installation
& the manufacturing of blinds. John, my husband, takes care of the bookkeeping & computers while still trying to keep us all straight. Our 6000 sq.ft. building packed to the hilt with primitive country items keeps Kim & Karen busy with decorating.