I started with draping the black gauze on the mantle, then added some urns to hold it in place. I then placed the crows where I wanted them, before adding the old books, mercury candlesticks, and votive holders. The final layers added were the orange stems and spider webs. I love layers and textures!
The sheet music wreath is something I brought home from The Vintage Market Days.
Last Friday, I went to the St. Louis Vintage Market Days, this was their first year having it in St. Louis, I had been counting down the days for this event!
We arrived at the Rocking J Ranch on opening day, and we weren't disappointed. This place was a piece of heaven on earth. The setting was perfect, a farm nestled in beautiful rolling hills, horses in the field, and a big barn filled with vintage treasures waiting to be found. And the cherry on top? Sweet tea, a dessert truck, and good live music. We had a blast, and can't wait for next years market! I did not bring my camera, because I knew my hands would be full, so some cell phone pics will have to do. Enjoy!
Some of our treasures in the car, ready to go home.
My finds from the market, I will post later what I did with my new pieces.
I will also be posting about our new flooring soon! My nasty carpet is now gone from our main living area, and I am loving it!
I will return soon with our new flooring and some more Fall/Halloween decor.
Have a great week!
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