Sue opens up her barn for two weeks every April and October. Someone else has a sale here in November, but I didn't get the details on that one. I'm on the mailing list now, so I'll get the scoop later. Unfortunately, she doesn't have a website or a blog.
I love the way the sun was shining through the barn walls. Look at all the silver welcoming you. Yum!
OK, I'll keep quiet.
I showed you these little bottles and carrier in my last post. It's now six days later and the roses still look good. I didn't spend much money because I had been at the yard sales for almost three hours before I arrived here. When they opened at 10:00, I was hungry, just about out of money, and in desperate need of a caffeine fix. No problem, I was still having fun!
I'm loving the graphics on these vintage sheet music covers; I'll probably end up framing them.
I picked out twelve old glass knobs, yards and yards of lace, and this sweet handwriting guide from 1935.
Now that I'm on their mailing list, I won't miss out on the open house the night before. I understand there was a huge crowd and merchandise was flying out the barn door. If you live in the area, Sue's Country Barn will be open daily 10am-5pm through April 17.
I'm linking up my barn sale tour with:
Brambleberry Cottage for Time Travel Thursday and
Common Ground for Vintage Inspiration Friday