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Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Top Three from Vintage Inspiration and a local Shout Out

So much great inspiration last week at the party,
 so now's the time to share the Top Three most visited links:


Mary from Home Is Where the Boat Is sets a table
 celebrating a Gardener's Christmas out on her porch.



Julie from Idyllhours  shows off her wonderful 
Red Transferware in her corner kitchen hutch.



And Sally from Salmagundi has her Hoosier Cabinet
 decked out with wonderful family pieces from the farm.



And on a local note...


if you live anywhere near Springfield, Missouri,
Grab your girlfriends or hubby, 'cause...



You'll want to enjoy celebrating the Christmas Season...



with a visit to Robin's Vintage Suitcase 
and lunch at the Vintage Veranda.


Your destination for a great afternoon or fun filled weekend.


Click Here for their Facebook Page

This store is packed with so much Christmas fun!!


Hope you'll come back tomorrow ready to party at
 Vintage Inspiration.


xoxo,

14 comments:

Julie Marie at Idyllhours said...

Oh my gosh Debra... I can't believe I made the top three again!... wow!... (oops, it dropped the "d" in Idyllhours)... I am really flattered that your wonderful followers liked my post!... your parties are the most fun ever, and ALL of your links are fabulous!... thank you again sooo much dear friend!... xoxo... Julie Marie

Julie Marie at Idyllhours said...

PS I got soo excited, I forgot to tell you how much fun that shopping day and lunch looks!... wish I was going with you!!!

Anne said...

Great top three Debra!Be back tomorrow!
xx
Anne

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

Great features and congrats on being featured in Romantic Homes magazine.

Salmagundi said...

Thanks for featuring my Hoosier cabinet! It's always nice knowing that someone else enjoyed something I had fun putting together. BTW, congrats to you on your special place in the new Romantic Homes magazine!!! Sally

The Vintage Farmhouse said...

*Sigh* wish I was local!

Sharing Shadymont said...

Wonderful features. I'd love to live near! That looks like a great place!

Linda @ Itsy Bits And Pieces said...

So many wonderful goodies! And I just spotted you in my Romantic Homes magazine...a BIG CONGRATULATIONS!!

Barb @ The Everyday Home said...

Fab Top Three. I can see why. What a wonderful looking business. That is my kind of shop/cafe.

Karen Mary Butterfly said...

Great inspiration! That store looks so so fun! I wish I was local!
Karen

andrea@townandprairie said...

What beautiful vintage features! Everything is so inspiring for Christmas. Makes me want to mix it up again at my house!

Cozy Little House said...

Oh, how I wish I had that red transferware! Gorgeous!
Brenda

On Crooked Creek said...

Debra,
Thanks for the photos from Robin's!!!
"Mr. Ed" and I did so enjoy our visit to her shop in the Fall!!!
Fondly,
Pat

Lauren @ My Wonderfully Made said...

Beautiful features! Man would I love to visit that shop -- my kind of way to spend a day!

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