Hi friend! I’m so glad you are here and that you found time in your busy schedule to stop by!
Did you see in my email that one of our blog posts was in a print magazine? I was so excited this week when my good friend Anna, from the blog Skylark House, contacted me to tell me!
She sent pictures of the magazine with our images. It made my week! Thanks, Anna, for sending me these pics!
So in honor of that post, showing some of the ways I decorate with ironstone in our home, I’m sharing some gorgeous antique ironstone soup tureens in this edition of Weekend Shopping.
You’ll see links to the gorgeous dishes later in this post.
I’m also sharing the top sellers for January! Y’all are enjoying these shopping posts and it shows! Let me say how thankful I am that you use the links I share here, you click them and you purchase. It helps me more than you know!
It’s no additional cost to you, and it helps to support my small blog and YouTube business. You are helping me to continue to create the projects, the posts, and the videos and I am grateful!
Check out the top sellers and all the gorgeous ironstone I’ve gathered for you below. You can also click on the image above to see the post that was published in Country Sampler Farmhouse Style Magazine. Head out to the store and get a copy – the magazine is full of ideas and home decorating inspiration that I know you will love!
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Top sellers for January included all the things for a good night of sleep. My Pillow sets were the highest sellers. I’ve used these pillows for almost 20 years. When we are away from home, my pillow comes with me. My neck is in bad shape but this pillow helps me to get an amazing night of sleep without a stiff neck the next day.
Among the list of top sellers were the memory foam mattress pad, a sound machine (seriously the best sounds to fall asleep to), and homemade melt-and-pour goat’s milk soap base & silicone molds! I was surprised by how much everyone loved the melt-and-pour soap!
I was also pleasantly surprised at the crossback apron patterns and grain sack fabric that was sold! The apron is so easy to make and it looks adorable in the grain sack fabrics.
You’ll see some other top sellers including the Bob and Brad massager gun, battery-powered tapered candles, and real feel tulips! Y’all are thinking spring with those tulips!
Enjoy shopping my friend! All you have to do is click the images below to shop! Thanks again for your support!
Until next time…
Cindy has been decorating her home with thrift store finds for 40 years. She is an avid thrift store shopper who loves to makeover the items she finds into vintage-inspired home decor and furniture. When she isn’t thrift shopping or painting a piece of furniture, you can find her making homemade butter, working in her garden, or painting with watercolors.