Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Traditional Hues. . .

Traditional hues within the Entertainment Center
bring a cohesiveness to our Living Room On Crooked Creektt.

While many are enjoying "the lazy, hazy days of Summer",
"Mr. Ed" and I are busily making preparations for our Fall Bits 'n Pieces booth.

So~o~o. . .
I decided to display a spanning Seasonal change to our Entertainment Center.

Traditional hues, that carry us from Summer into Autumn 
with minimal change, allow me to concentrate on creating and designing
unique merchandise for our faithful supporters to admire and purchase 
at the 20th Unique Antique Fall Show.

Matte finishes on my vintage collection of creamy ivory vases 
flank one side of the Entertainment Center. . .

while shiny finishes adorn the opposite side.

Petite faux green ferns and faux velvet roses 
mimic those of the current scenes in the Gardens On Crooked Creektt.

My selective collection of red vintage books 
fills both sides of the Entertaniment Center with pleasing visual appeal.

Crafting, painting, sawing, sewing
and searching for those precise pieces to fill our booth are the order of the day,
weeks and next three months On Crooked Creektt.

. . .and I  l o v e every minute of it!!!

Traditional hues make the transition from this season to the next
On Crooked Creektt as if "the living is easy"!

Until next time. . .

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"Mr. Ed" and I will, once again, be participating  
as vendors with our Bits 'n Pieces Booth at the
 20th Annual Unique Antique Market ~ Fall Show~
October 26, 2014  10AM ~ 4PM.
Hope to see you there!

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Martha said...

I like what you did. Love those vases . . . I am becoming more of a fan of white vases but I that's what I need -- something else to look for! LOL!

Shelia said...

Hi Pat! Looks very pretty! I wish you the best with the antique fair and hope you're doing well.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Kelly Krank said...

Sweet vignette Pat and great colors for transitioning for sure.
Blessings to you,

podso said...

I love the pop of red. Red makes anything look good, not that your vignette needed help.


I love your new tweaking's, they look lovely! I need to do some changing around too. Have a great time at the fair with your booth too sweet lady.
Enjoy your weekend.

Alycia Nichols said...

You're ahead of the game, and that's a GOOD thing! I am still one of those basking in the haze of the summer sun, wiping my brow and begging for barbeque whenever I smell a neighbor's grill burning. I need to be thinking ahead to fall, but my brain is still just too cluttered with all this summer stuff!!!

I like the changes you made in the entertainment center. Subtle but very, very effective for transitioning into the cooler months!

Sarah said...

Pat, I can see you have fun tweaking. Me too! I've been entertaining myself tweaking the living room bookshelves.
Happy Weekend!

Ann@A Sentimental Life said...

I see Mr Ed is a Mason? So was my father and my Grandfather was the first 33rd in his chapter.
Love the white vases, any McCoy?
I think it is so great you and Mr Ed do the show together. Since my Mr is a painter if i could just talk him into it...I have the ideas and he could paint it! ha not going to happen.