After collecting treasures for two weeks, I thought that I was going to have an abundance of things to list on the web site. I do, but something much more important has gotten in the way. On Saturday morning I had to rush Wade to Emergency as he was in dire pain. Turns out the poor guy has a kidney stone (he's never had one before) and now he is totally doped up at home...waiting. Four days have gone by and it still has not passed. The doctor said it was too small to "blast", but I don't know how much longer he can go on like this. So I have been completely preoccupied with looking after my honey. My treasures will have to wait! Wish him luck! ~Stacy~ xo
Monday, March 16, 2009
I am completely enthralled by a "new" shop that I have been visiting these past few weeks. Dear Lizzie has been in business for awhile, but I have never visited and now I have been there for two weeks in a row and plan on continuing my little sojourn to this lovely oasis. This delightful shop in Highland, Utah, really rocks the shabby, cottage, french style decor that I so dearly love and it is a true treasure trove of inspiration. It is sometimes hard to find a place to go that incorporates all of the styles that I love, but this boutique has it all and it is decorated lavishly and in dazzling style!
I picked up this adorable Marie Antoinette style sign there a few weeks back and it fits beautifully into my decor. There are so many goodies in this shop that I would love to have, but unfortunately my budget is not limitless (darn!). It's such a treat though to find a new "something special" in a beautiful atmosphere. One of the loveliest things about this boutique is that it has an adorable bistro/tea room complete with ruffled slipcovered chairs and beautiful chandeliers. The color scheme is chocolate brown and pink and I'll tell you ladies, I'm almost thinking that chocolate brown would look lovely on my walls...such glorious inspiration everywhere! (*_*)
If you are ever in the Salt Lake valley, do look up this beautiful boutique. It is only a few minutes south of Salt Lake city on I-15 on the way to Provo ~ take the Highland/Alpine exit. I've included the information here for you on their lovely business card. Also, be sure to see the Mother's Day issue of Romantic Homes as the owner, Laura Jarman, informed me that her shop is going to be featured. I can't wait! Until next time, ~Stacy~ xo
Posted by Stacy at Stacy's Shabby Shoppe at 7:33 PM
Saturday, March 14, 2009
CONGRATULATIONS to DEBBY SMITH of Kearns, Utah!!! You are the winner of our Spring Blog Giveaway! The winner was determined with a random number generator and comment #16 was the lucky winner! A big thank you to all who entered! Have a great weekend! ~Stacy~ xo
Posted by Stacy at Stacy's Shabby Shoppe at 12:02 PM
Saturday, March 7, 2009
Our spring blog giveaway is finally here! After being delayed for several weeks with a very nasty flu, my long promised customer appreciation blog giveaway filled with sweet treasures is being posted today. The random drawing for the winner will be held on Saturday, March 14th. All you have to do is reply to this post and your name will be entered to win!
Included in the giveaway are ~ an antique Easter picture in an old swing frame, a vintage red roses framed print, an adorable Collectible Teapot puzzle, a beautiful batternburg tablecloth, a Kim Anderson address and birthday book set, a Treasures of Womanhood book, a sweet set of votive candles, a charming little cherub with basket, numerous vintage hankies, four vintage Mother's Day cards with roses, a large bride and groom card and a lovely Better Homes & Gardens New Decorating Book. I think that is everything ~ lots of sweet goodies for you to enjoy this spring! You have until noon (mountain standard time) on Saturday the 14th to enter! The winner will be posted on my blog and will be contacted by email. Good luck everyone ~ have a wonderful weekend! ~Stacy~ xo
Posted by Stacy at Stacy's Shabby Shoppe at 1:19 PM