Saturday, November 28, 2009

Merry and Bright at the Vintage Roost

The Holiday Show at Vintage Roost is in full swing!  You'll probably want to take a trip to Albany to see all of the prettiness Deb has going on!  The show runs 2 more Fridays and Saturdays (10-5) through December 12th.  The darling "Roost" is 1/2 mile off Hwy. 20 in North Albany.  The address is:  935 Scenic Drive, Albany, Oregon.

Beautiful fresh handmade greenery, wreaths, holly, and curly willow.

Here's the holly... fresh green or variegated with pretty red berries!

Cute potting benches and paperwhite starts in the cutest vintage containers.

Deb has my charms displayed in pretty vintage jewelry boxes and dishes.

Beautiful vintage linens, hand-painted signs and a tea service fit for a Queen!

And the most darling hand made Snow People in the prettiest hand made clothing!  Enchanting!

Don't you just love their sweet faces?

Look at this little lady here!  Isn't her coat and clothing to die for?  Ahhhh, swoon!  I just adored her!

See this sweet Frosty gentleman?  I just couldn't resist him!  He is about 20" tall with a vintage pink velvet band on his top hat, and a matching scarf.

He had to come home with me!

Here is a cute pink Santa too.  I had to leave him there since I took Frosty.

Aren't these long knit stockings with vintage bling just beautiful?

There were beautiful trees too.  Isn't this one just "gorge"?   I love it too.  Look at those sweet glittered nests with eggs inside.  Those were made by the darling De who is one of Deb's other artist friends (and neighbors).  She is sweet and beautiful and helps Deb in the store from time to time.  I didn't get to see her today, but I did bring home one of her nests as I thought of her, and how pretty it would be at my house!

I'll show you more pretty things from the Roost tomorrow.

Until then...  many


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  1. Hi, Sheila! It was almost like being there! I really should try to fit a trip into my schedule, but it was so nice seeing it today!
    Hugs -
    Betty :)

  2. I love all those pictures they are great, especially the old world santas. Florence

  3. Your spot is beautiful. I live in the desert so we rarely are able to achieve such a wonderful wintertime feeling here.



  4. Thanks for visiting my blog - lovely to find yours :)

    I thought the illuminated candlestick looked Jewish but just stuck with the name the lighting store used! Definitely not a tree - I agree.

  5. Hi Sheila! Wonderful tour as usual. Love your little snowman. No wonder you couldn't resist him. If I went to as many fabulous shows as you do, I'd be in big big trouble.

  6. Aww, your snowman is adorable, although I really love that pink Santa, too!
    Good luck in my giveaway, thanks so much for entering!
    All the best,

  7. I finally got you put on my blog list. Sorry it took me so long. Hope you do well at the sale.Everything looks so wonderful.

  8. What a charming place Sheila. And so may beautiful things in it. I need to go take a look around your wonderful blog now.

  9. Hi Sheila, thanks for popping over today. You NW girls have such great style! Janet


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