August 30. How did that happen? I am not one of those yearning for fall. Fall would be more enjoyable if spring came after it.
Not much going on here in northern Ohio. We did get some much needed rain overnight and this morning and for that I am thankful.
Since I have nothing exciting to share, I thought I'd share a few of my recent acquisitions.
This wonderful eagle is a creation by Folk for all Seasons, Lisa Evans. She and Julie of the Old Tattered Flag are sisters. That family sure is loaded with talent. It is a clay creation on an old board.
The middle box in the stack is a recent purchase from Lori over at Homespun Prims and the little beehive bank is the first treen piece I've bought in a long time.
I am not much of an oak person, but bought this old table leg. Why you ask? Because it only cost $1 and I thought it would make a great flag holder. The black are Susans are starting to look a bit scrappy :( Not a good sign.
Yesterday at an antique show I purchased this box made from two old wash boards. Though a little deep, I am currently using it as a trash can.
A birthday gift from my dear friend Wink. I do love the Staffordshire dogs.
Little blue stoneware crock. Cracked so cheap and couldn't pass it up :)
Not much progress on my Ellen rug and I haven't pulled a loop on it yet this weekend. I know I need to change the beauty line around the ear. Suggestions?
Thanks so much for stopping by.
Pug hugs :)