I want to change the lighting in our house and I've been keeping an eye out for chandeliers. Here's a couple on Etsy that have been tickling my fancy. This one is from PurpleFlowerFairy.
This one is from GraceandPlenty.
I stopped off in Huntsville on my way home from Richard Salley's workshop in Spring. I really like the antique stores in downtown Huntsville.
My first stop was River Country Antiques where I spotted these spoons and these shoe buckles.
Next stop was A Nitsch in Time.
I found these cool little tobacco tags.
I also found this draftsman's chair sitting outside the door. Twelve bucks! It may not be pretty but it's in good shape and it went home with me. I'm putting it in the studio next to my tall table. It needs a good cleaning.
Next door at Bluebonnet Square I found this ribbon and these buttons:
The ribbons were in the organizer in front of this fun display.
I made a pit stop for a hamburger at Cafe Texan.
Cafe Texan has an old bar complete with red bar stools and a separate dining room lined with large vintage photos of historical interest. When my Dad worked in Huntsville he drank coffee here with some other "old-timers."
I finished my tour at Sam Houston Antiques. These three vintage makeup bags were irresistible. Two are leather Budd purses and the other is Celebrity. I like to use these to store delicate items.
The first time I went in this store I thought I was Alice and had fallen down the rabbit hole. The store looks small from the outside, but it connects to the adjoining building, and has three stories and plus a basement. When you are inside it's like it goes on forever. I kept checking the time because I was a little worried I'd be locked up inside.
See what's tickling every one's fancy over at Yes, Teacher Crafts.