Saturday, March 26, 2011

Flossie's Basket

Today I could not wait to see Flo's new creations for Spring and the Easter season. She has been working like a Christmas elf. She has tons of special orders to get out. You can't move in her studio! I think she needs a bigger space. Last year her wreaths sold out at Home Again. I hope she has some for the shoppe.

I also wanted to see the special order Flo placed with Home Again. She chose American Heritage to make her entertainment piece for her new flat screen TV. When I walked in to inspect I was very happy. I picked out the antique pine stain and antique hardware. Flo was thrilled! This also comes with book cases on each side of the unit.

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Friday, March 11, 2011

River Watch

Today I just had to grab my camera and take a few photos of our swollen Susquehanna river. It was suppose to be 50 degrees and sunny. Not. I have to say the river was up there but not to worry. At least for now.

I believe there were steps here.

The water was not to far from the Black Diamond bridge. As I was crossing the bridge my knees began to shake! If anyone ever walked on the cat walk, you know what I'm talk'n about. Look down at your feet and you can see the water rushing by. Time to get off.

Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Home of the Little Red Wagon

During the Fall and Spring, Home Again hunts for a RED wagon to do our displays. Last year the Fall wagon was wooden and filled with hay, pumpkins, floral and a fountain. This year the wagon is vintage metal and charming. A must see. The artistic talent goes to Flo of Flossie's Basket.

Signs of Spring

Home Again would like to thank our Flo of Flossie's Basket for bringing in this beautiful arrangement. This gives everyone hope. Spring is around the corner.

Summer Colors

This darling white chippy table would be stunning beside a bed done up in blue and white bedding. Place it on a summer porch with an off white pitcher filled with blue and white hydrangeas. Fill up our nautical jars from PARK DESIGNS with seashells or sand. I can feel the breeze!

A Primitive Place

The number one style in the shoppe seems to be primitive along with colonial. The next is shabby chic. It is a style that reflects collections of crocks, baskets, vintage kitchen tools, and quilts. This wonderful farm table with chairs of different heights is so prim. These are the pieces that you don't mind the kids working or playing at. Very sturdy and already distressed!