Saturday morning, my daughter Angie and I went to Horton's Spring Open House. Where everyone was welcome. The Horton family greeted everyone who came.
Lots of displays of home décor, with soft colors.
Some Easter things were there, such as blue eggs. Although I think these would look cute any time of the year.
This was a faux flower display. I loved the watering can full of orange tulips.
A bowl of tea lights and pillar candles, that flicker. Never have to worry about forgetting to put the flame out. Lots of old photos, I call these instant "family".
Wreaths of greenery and some with flowers mixed in.
This little crate container in Donna Reyne's booth.
I liked the pitcher in this display, a pretty light blue color.
Tin birdhouses mixed with small wreaths of greenery.Tin letters spelling out "home" on the bookshelf...even though I did not get the "E" in the picture.
Old mason jars with white tulips, where hanging in the little kitchen area.
In the potting area of the greenhouse, I found this wonderful big picnic basket full of pansies and a tiny watering can. This would look so cute at a front entrance or on a porch.
Then there's the Horton's homemade fudges , so many flavors. This is orange creamsicle.
There are so many flavors it is hard to chose one you want to buy... you want more than one flavor. Even though the Spring Open House was on Saturday, the store will have these wonderful gifts, home decorations , the fudges, many flowers in the greenhouse, for sale everyday. Of course all the hardwares, paints, and home repair items, along with custom made blinds....any time you need them.
Angie and I had a fun time looking and buying...plus visiting with the Hortons and citizens of our town. We went to lunch together, enjoyed our time . I'll show you what I bought this week.
Wishing all a great Sunday. XO