Thursday, September 30, 2010

Abundance of Autumn: Harvest Day at The Lamb's Tail Antiques

The weekend began with temperatures in the low 80's on Friday afternoon where I live. By 8 o'clock that evening it had dropped to the 60's. The remainder of the weekend weather was decidedly fall. It was the ideal time to go to a harvest festival. At 10:00 Saturday morning that's exactly what my good friend and I did! One of our beloved places to shop is in a small town about thirty minutes from where I live. The Lamb's Tail Antiques in Armada, Michigan is housed in a red barn that is quite literally "filled to the rafters" with all the types of needful things I like...

Handmade, re-purposed, french country, primitives,
antiques, locally harvested botanicals, pumpkins and gourds,
 bittersweet, Sweet Annie, local honey and specialty tea blends...
sigh... I declare... it's a little slice of heaven!

Harvest Day 2010 at The Lamb's Tail Antiques in Armada, Michigan.

One of the gorgeously decked out tents

The fabulous finds my good friend Angie and I left with.

Now that it's Thursday and another soccer-free weekend, I know where I'd love to be going....
If you're in the area stop by The Lamb's Tail Antiques and tell Bonnie hello for me!

Have a great weekend!

P.S. Here are a few more pictures of the cute things I bought last weekend....

I bought this vinatage wool blanket at Harvest Day 2009.

Round scrabble tile necklace, $6...I know, 6 bucks!

Colorful long skinny scarf, $17.50

Re-purposed purse/tote made from a man's woolen suit coat, $29