Thursday, July 18, 2013

Things I Bought...

 I didn't get much from the shopping I did. Two  plant  markers, Some bias ribbons, an Eiffel Tower cookie cutter. An English grammer book in French.
 I saved the pretty pink tissue paper it was wrapped in. A small bag of drift wood. I want to glue it to a chalkboard. Then add some sea shells. I may do that while granddaughter Savannah, is here for a few days.
 I liked this French street scene picture, although it's just a paper picture. It is so cute. I'll hang it in the bathroom. Which reminds me , I should do a post about my bathroom. It's so small....LOL
I have a few more things to show, saved them for tomorrow. It's to be another hot day almost all over the U.S. , so please everyone be careful out there. xoxo


  1. Well it looks like you made some very nice purchases. Love the book and I even went in that must have got to it before me! And the picture, I just know it's going to look great in the bathroom. I enjoyed the Peddlers market too. It was nice to have both of them on the same day. Wish I could have gone on Saturday, so I could have attended the Farmer's Market too!

    Cindy Bee

  2. I adore that street scene picture. Heavy rain here last night and hot/humid this a.m. Take care.

  3. very nice indeed! such a great place to shop for pretty things too...

    smiles, bee

  4. That is a quaint picture, you may even be able to hang it in a hall or even in the kitchen. Italian restaurants usually put old pictures of Italy and I love them.

  5. Oh, I just love all your fun finds. I would love to see the bathroom, too. Its hot here, too. Tis the season of sweat and a/c. Stay cool and have fun playing with all the new stuff!

  6. Sometimes it's all feast, sometimes famine where junking is concerned. But it looks like you still found some quality goodies. Love that Eiffel tower cookie cut! Thanks so much for sharing with us.

  7. Great finds Susie! Makes me crave a flea market!

  8. I haven't been to a flea market yet this summer. Looks like you found some great items on your visit, Susie! Have fun with those treasures!!