(among other things).
I had never seen such a thing.
It is a real, rare “Blue Pumpkin.”
It looked as if it were painted with water colors
with the speckled texture and shadowing.
(I know someone who’s going to search for these pumpkin seeds next year.)
To the left of the pumpkin,
was Miss Mustard Seed’s sign,
painted on a section of an old door.
She’s so clever.
This heavenly shop was filled with gorgeous, painted furniture
but I apparently got so caught up in photographing
the adorable vignettes and details on the pieces,
that I have but a few photos of an entire piece of furniture.
Either way, you should not be disappointed…
This blue gray chair was perfectly painted and glazed.
(There was actually a set of four.)
I thought this embellished, vintage clipboard was darling.
Another one of Marian’s gorgeous handmade canvas banners…
I regret not buying this blue gray set from Holland.
I may need to check on having it shipped.
This mirror had sheet music peeking from behind the glass.
I need a tutorial on this because it was so pretty.
Marian’s sheet music wreaths are even more beautiful up close.
I loved this two tone wreath.
Although I missed Marian on this visit,
I met the darling im of Serendipity
(one of the six talented girls at Wild Rose & Co.).
Her English (I think) accent added the sweetest,
comforting note to my visit.
One of her lovely bags came home with me.