Wednesday, November 3, 2010


Are you ready for part 2? Let's keep moving through the shop. Sharon painted the minnow bucket with snowmen and it is filled with white lights! Even the chicken feeder looks great filled with greens.
I have candy cane striped letters that spell out Holly Hills over my counter.
This feedsack pillow case is one of my absolute favorites!
One tree is filled with handmade tags, gloves and other gift goodies.
The old wheelboro has handpainted tubs ready for your trees or greens.
Our nesting box is filled with all kinds of stocking stuffers, battery candles, and so much more.
Snowmen bulbs and gourds and wax candy canes - so cute.
Love this old tree stand with a candle in the middle and greens all around.
Christmas is just peeking out everywhere!
There are crocks, towels, chargers, cupboards...
Every little cubby is full.
Dolls are waiting for someone nice to adopt them for the holidays.
Is there anything prettier than a candle in a window?
This old kraut cutter has a holiday stitchery and battery candle attached.
Another old kraut cutter with a stitchery.
Our kitchen area is ready for the gingerbread to arrive in a few days. This little chair (another by Sharon) is as cute as it can be.
Our log cabin is full of some great prims!
Love these little stone houses.
One of the trees is in an old trunk and decorated with vintage ornaments.

The old sleds are waiting for another day to go in the front window. I ran out of steam for a few more days! Hope you enjoyed the tour.
Until next time...


  1. Your store much be one of the most seriously awesome ones anywhere!!!!
    All those snowmen....*totally unattractive drooling going on here* =)

  2. Love the store. Wish I lived in Michigan, I just might be there every week, what am I saying? Make that every day!!

  3. WoW! Everthing looks so festive and fun!
    I sure wish I were closer. I'd love to browse the shop and enjoy a cup of cocoa.

    Wishing you many sales!

  4. Oh my goodness! I can't wait to move!

  5. Wow, everything is so festive and gorgeous. You have seriously been busy, girl. I love it all.

  6. just as beautiful as the first tour!!


  7. It looks wonderful! I may have to borrow your idea with the tree stand. I have an old one at the shop that hasn't sold yet. I may put it aside for our "Twinkle Night" celebration in December. I hope you are able to get even a little R&R!