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These particular antique stores are a hodge podge of old and new---even things you might find at a garage sale. Many of the booths have vintage music playing that add to it's charm.
They also had homemade arts and crafts items like these hand sewn Valentine's day "cookies".
As a blogger, I love to see old typewriters. As a young girl when I was just nine I would spend hours at the kitchen table typing out new "novels" just for fun. These bring back those sweet memories.
There is always a quilt rack or two or three that can be found. So much time, hard work, and love goes into making these!
Some of the booths had handmade signs---I like the "Amazing Grace" sign. It just makes you want to start singing!
Gotta love these old mixers--they remind me of Grandma and her kitchen. She was always cooking up something yummy. Such cherished memories especially now that she is gone.
Oh the books of yesteryear. How I miss them. This was a collection of 12 books. How precious!
There was a booth of baby clothes that were designed by a Christian. My favorite shirt was this one that said "Grace upon grace upon grace...etc." I would love to have one for myself to wear!
And you can't overlook these hand embroidered table runners and doilies.
They also had a nice section of tea supplies. I always like to stop and linger to see if they have anything new.
The stairwell full of art that leads into a long hallway with nooks and crevices full of more wares.
An old dresser that remind me again of my grandmother.
I remember smelling her perfumes and looking at all her makeup thinking how pretty everything was.
This was a repurposed merry-go-round horse.
I love the old china cabinets. My mother has a one similar but a little bigger that she is trying to ship to me that once belonged to my great grandmother who only spoke Hungarian and not a lick of English.
Here is an old sewing machine that had be pumped by foot.
And an old cash register....we've truly come a long way!
And finally an old picture Bible book for children. Some of the things back then were so sweet for children. I truly miss the times when things were more innocent for them.
I hope you enjoyed our pictures!
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