Country Living Fair Austin

 Hi Everyone
 Happy Friday
Here are some more fun pic's of the
 Country Living Fair in Austin
This was one of my favorite booths 
the color of that bench
 and the idea of hanging vintage mirrored medicine cabinets in the garden
 Its me with the giant
Country Living Magazine
in the back ground

I really wanted to take it Home with me
There were wonderful " how to" seminars going on 
 this one was all about making your own soap
the smell of Lavender was intoxicating I did not stay to learn how because I saw this sign
There was another entire area filled with more vintage treasures
 A bronze cowboy boot that just had to come home with me

We all fell in
 with this  giant T.P. made with
vintage lace table clothes 
This gorgeous planter box
could I fit it on the plane?
I did buy a few of these white vintage letters
and a beautiful pink plate
We had so much fun and there are even more surprises to share with you too
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romantic saying for today
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  1. All beautiful treasures you have posted. But seriously I am in love with those letters they are gorgeous. thanks for sharing. Cheers SpecialK XoXo

  2. You look so pretty in your whites, Pam! It sounds like there is a lot to take in there. I'm really looking forward to going this year myself. {It's here in September}. I want a picture in front of a giant magazine!

  3. I wondered how this event was - been anxious to hear. Did you go to the Junk Salvation show while you were in town?

  4. T.P. photo cred lol!
    all of your treasures are FAB

  5. Looks like it was big fun!


  6. The Country Living Fair looks like it was great! Thanks for sharing with those of us who couldn't be there.


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  8. Pam,
    What a fun fair to shop at.Love that cowboy boot too.And lace is one of my favorites.How cool to make a tent.

  9. You look so cute-love those big letters, that planter box, and the sweet plate! I think that planter would have been almost worth mailing back. Love it!

  10. Wonderful pictures. I believe your pretty pink plate is actually a tea tile, used to rest your teapot. Many of the tea tiles had matching teapots. I've had a few of them through the years and they are almost always gorgeous like yours.


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