I hope everyone's week is off to a great start. We had a busy Saturday so today I've been busy replacing all the things that sold. It seems that at least one thing sold out of each of my displays. This is a good problem to have so I'm not complaining. Linda and I have also been busy fraying the edges of the yards and yards of burlap she bought to make primitive valances for all the windows here at the store. And you really have to see the size of the (6000 sq. ft.) store to fully appreciate all the burlap we've been working with. And did I mention that there are more than 20 windows? So she's gonna be a bit busy. We're always trying to come up with ideas to prim up the inside of this commercial looking building. Once you walk through the door we want you to say WOW! So hopefully by the end of the week I can post a few pictures of the windows. We've also got one of our consignors on his way right now with a couple of prim cabinets, I'm excited! More displaying to do! Anyway, I wanted to post a few pictures of the 2nd Americana display I did last week. I love the Raggedy Ann and Andy pair. They're made by a local school teacher who does dolls in her spare time. Opps! I'm off! Roger's here, time to unload the goodies he brought.
Till next time,
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