Thursday, October 27, 2011

SuzAnna's Antiques Newsletter

Susie and I are back from our whirlwind trip to Stone Mountain, GA
for The Country Living Antique Fair! 
The best part was, my sister Emily was able to come with us!
It was almost overwhelming with all the new ideas we got
and all the wonderful people we met!
I got to meet Amy Barickman,
the creator of Indygo Junction, a site dedicated to
creating new items using vintage fabrics!
We got to meet Cari Cucksey of
Cash and Cari on HGTV!
But no pictures with her, the line was too long! 
A few of the cute Sister's on the Fly were there with their campers!
 This one is called Dealia Jo, in remembrance of the owners Mom and Grandmother!
 Each of the campers have their own personality and we were privileged enough to
contribute to the decorating. Ms Marie Webb loves to shop at SuzAnna's
and used some of the items she got from us to decorate
 the inside of this cute camper for her client!
Thanks for the advertising Miss Marie!!
While we were gone playing at the fair,
Rachel had a huge weekend at the shop so there are LOTS of new items!
 Letters are huge right now! But we loved this arrow!
And this wool blanket is perfect for the coming cooler temperatures!
 This amazing dry sink would be perfect as a bar, a side table, or entry table!
Anywhere you put it, it will shine! The teal bed behind it is awesome too!
Some new flavors of soaps have come in.
These make great hostess gifts for Thanksgiving, tied in a cute hankie!
 Or one of the amazing scarfs we have scattered through the store!
 While we are talking about Thanksgiving, think about your home and
what you might need to finish off the look you are trying to create!
Need a new buffet for your dining room?
Or a new light for your entry way?
Whatever you might need we have it at SuzAnna's!
Some find what you can't live without!
And check our facebook page for other great pictures!!

1 comment:

Mary Ann Potter said...

Wow! I share y'all's enthusiasm for this. Sisters on the Fly, too? I love their trailers, and I'm just a little envious about what they do. They live out west, so they had to drive pretty far to get to Stone Mountain. They have a nifty website. I haven't been to it in awhile --- need to visit it again! See you soon at the shop back in Raleigh! 8-)