I'm delighted the Times mentioned a few of my pretty handmade wares
from talented artists. Though I gave names and links for everything in sight,
not everything made it in (including the URL for my blog)!
Today, someone asked how to ‘get the look’.
The short answer: buy handmade, buy salvage.
Here is a complete listing:
Vintage-inspired printed paper book covers under the mirror
and wallpaper painting in the loft – artist Beth Neumann of Tattered Vintage
Pink sachet with silk roses and rhinestone brooch – Roberta Comeau,
Whispers From the Past. No web presence but I can put you in touch with her.
Demi-lune table under mirror – Andes Antiques & Art,
173 Main Street, Andes, NY 13731 845-676-3420
Miscellaneous: My handmade linen dress was $2 at a yard sale,
my pink wellies were $30 on clearance at Tractor Supply,
$2/yard Wal-Mart lace graces the loft,
and I made ZuZu’s hair bows out of wired organza ribbon from Michael’s.
Obviously, we have excellent yard sales in the Delhi-Bovina-Andes area.
If you're up one Saturday, treat yourself to lunch at these restaurants:
Crossroads Café, Rt. 28 & Rt. 10 (Main Street), Delhi, NY – art on the walls, coffee bar,
WiFi, sweet staff, old New Yorkers in the magazine rack, open year round. 607-746-7007
Russell’s, Main Street, Bovina, NY – eggs sandwiches from local hens, market.
Lucky Dog – Main Street, Hamden. Café, organic food, antiques.