Well, I’m all set up and ready to go here at Conestoga Mennonite Church for theFood for Families Fundraiser! I thought I would take some time while it’s quiet to give you a virtual tour of my space. Come take a “walk” with me, won’t you?
See my Momma in the photo? She’s hanging out with me today and tomorrow to lend an extra hand! When you first walk into the church, you’ll see lots of items on tables that are being raffled off. You can buy “chances” for each item you’d like to try to win, and there are a LOT to choose from! Make a left at the raffle tables and you’ll head to the chapel area. I’m in the left corner and the first piece you’ll see is my Eulalie’s Sky rolling table.
I also have a full MMS Milk Paint display set up if you’d like to pick up some supplies for your next project.
The finishes are all organized on the Farmhouse White round barnwood table. One of my cow paintings is behind. Doesn’t it look like he’s standing guard over the finishes?
I also have a few starter kits that are available to get you going right out the gate!
As you sweep towards the right, you’ll find my rustic whitewashed nightstand and some of my home decor items I’ve brought.
My bespoke Jacobean cabinet is in front of our checkout table.
Then I have a little “nook” set up off to the side where I have the antique mini settee/oversized chair set up. Aren’t those mattress ticking pillows the sweetest things?
There are plenty of small items to purchase in case you’re not in the market for items quite as big as furniture. There’s lots of signs, candlesticks and dried lavender.
And I have some vintage and antique goodies mixed in with the new.
This hymnal is from 1904 and it has the most precious worn feel to it. The pages are soft and papery and their patina is to die for.
This is an adorable enamel cup that is perfect for holding treasures, like these honey dippers made in Tasmania.
My Mom painted this toolbox in Eulalie’s Sky and it’s perfect for holding my smalls.
I also have an assortment of German dish brushes. The yellow bristles are firm and stiff while the black bristles are soft.
There are also a few ostrich feather dusters and sturdy scrub brushes.
Here are the public hours to shop again if you need them.
I’ve been told that Saturday is a pretty busy day, so if you have your eye on something, pop by soon! I’ve already sold the white jewelry cabinet…
…and the putty colored nightstand along with some signs.
I’ll be donating a portion of my profit to the Twin Valley Food Pantry to help support and feed hungry families in the Morgantown/Twin Valley area. Your purchase will be going to a good cause!