Saturday, November 12, 2011

Open House Part II

Day 1 is now behind us, WOW! What a day. It was busy around here from 8:30 on. I'll share a few highlights with you.
As you can see I baked and baked. I have all sorts of candies and cookies  for you to choose from. The packages under the tree are wrapped in white paper with black and white ribbon, I made the treats to flow with the colors of the tree. You can see a picture of the large tree HERE
Chocolate Chip Bars...
Fudge Odies, White and Chocolate Peanut Clusters not pictured Chocolate Fudge...
My fav,  Peanut Butter Fudge. I was a good girl and only had just a couple of pieces today. :-))
I'll let the pictures speak for themselves...






I had all sorts of visitors, from Men...
To some darling, darling children...

Many stood around visited and caught up. There was so much laughter going on, it filled my heart with joy.
You know I told you I would have a couple of vendors sitting their wares up in front of the shop.
 Karen had her wonderful collection of Primitives.

The cast of Scrooge made an appearance.
Margo had her Vintage Jewelry...

Karen's attention to detail shows in your Woodland Father Christmas..

Thanks so much to all of you that stopped by today, I enjoyed visiting with all of you. Your kind comments about the shop and the blog touched my heart. It is because of you I enjoy what I do.
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16 comments:

Shelia said...

Morning, Lynne! Oh, what a wonderful time at your shop! Now you got me with all those delicious looking goodies! Yum!! Your shop is really large and I'm just amazed at all of your pretties. I'd just go crazy in there! I hope you order one of each for yourself! :)
How nice of you to allow your friends to set up their wares outside your shop! I know they appreciated this.
You're a jewel!
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Oh Lynne, everything looks so pretty and so much fabulous eye candy. I would have been in super serious trouble there with all the goodies to eat and to buy. So glad you had a wonderful day. Hugs, Marty

PAT said...

Lynne, everything looks absolutely beautiful. Seeing your photos brings back happy memories of your 2010 open house!:-).

Linda @ A La Carte said...

Beautiful and such yummy looking goodies! I am so glad the open house was a success! Hugs, Linda

Richard Cottrell said...

Looks like it was successful, hope you made lots of sales. I also wish I was there for some of that baked goods, they look wonderful and all home made, I am impressed. I hope you have the best season ever. Richard from My Old Historic House.

D said...

Everythng looks beautiful. Thanks for giving us the tour.

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Everything is so pretty and festive and the treats look yummy! Wish I could have been there.

Life with L said...

Wow, you have been very busy. All of these goodies look so yummy. You need a break after this.
The pictures are speaking for themselves. Gorgeous Christmas decorations. Love the tree. You have done a beautiful job of putting it all together. Linda

Babs said...

Lynne, Your shop looks wonderful and ready for Christmas. Everyone looks like they're have a a grand time and the treats look soooo good.
Happy weekend,
Babs

BECKY said...

Oh, Lynne....I'm right there with you...via internet blog!! Everything looks so pretty...and wow..yummy snacks! :)

Dolores said...

Okay my sweet friend.... just rub it in...LOL! Everything looks perfect.... but I WANT to be there!!!
Hugs to you!

The Decorative Dreamer said...

Looks like your open house was quite a success! All of your treats are displayed so beautifully and look delicious. I would love to spend several hours in your store taking it all in. It is filled with so many goodies! Your displays are all just gorgeous too!

Scribbler said...

oH my! I can smell the smells and (I wish) taste the tastes. You have outdone yourself! I wish I lived close enough to participate. Your little black iron bistro set is so adorable. We found a similar chair at an estate sale last weekend, but it is not as cute as yours.

I'll think about the ribbon -- I have pretty well spent up my allocation of 'fun money' at the moment because I have been trolling eBay for some replacements on old dinnerware.

Everything is just beautiful, and I am so happy for you that you had a good sale.

ETS

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

Dear, DEAR Lynne!! I just went broke and gained 50 pounds! :)
Simply beautiful and delicious looking. Some folks are going to be in their glory when visiting your open house! I know I would be!
Hugs to you!
Mona

Susan (Between Naps on the Porch) said...

Lynne, this looks like so much fun! You are really stocked up and ready for the season. Wish I lived close enough to come shop in your wonderful place!

Ramblings of a Southern Girl ~ Rhonda G said...

The shop looks fabulous!!! And I could taste those tasty treats right through my screen! Yummy! Hope the open house was a huge success!