Month: April 2017

Next Weekend is Sweet Onida’s Barn Sale

Next weekend, the Sweet Onida’s Barn Sale will be in Bloomington Springs on May 5th and May 6th at 4353 Shepardsville Hwy. Vendors, live music, and food. Admission will be $5. My shopping list always has vintage jewelry. I am especially excited about getting a Tennessee monogramed baseball tee. On Saturday there will be music by the Grays. Be sure to mark your calendar! Photos from the Sweet Onida’s facebook page.

Sweet Ila Mae’s Barn Sale June 2-3

Mark your calendars for the Sweet Ila Mae’s Barn Sale. It is June 2nd and 3rd at 789 Jericho Road in Quebeck. Live music, food, and forty hand picked artisans.  Follow the Sweet Ila Mae Facebook page to see updated information on the vendors to be featured there.

Gorgeous + Free Vegetable Art Prints

I have been so excited to share free art prints from The Cottage Market. After you find the perfect vintage frames at a barn sale, use these gorgeous water color vegetables for a quick kitchen art project. Eggplant. Artichoke. Radish. Carrots. Corn. Tomato.

In Season: Cucumbers and Peppers

Soon we will be fortunate enough to have cucumbers and peppers growing in local gardens. In anticipation of garden fresh cucumbers, here is an inspiration recipe. Grain Salad with Fresh Lemon and Herbs.

Meet Lindsey of Lindsey’s Letters

Farmhouse décor is full of personally cherished items, collected through the years. Lindsey of Lindsey’s  Letters creates heirloom quality custom pieces featuring her beautiful  hand lettering. Below, we talk about balancing work and family life, faith in the home, and visiting Magnolia Farms.

In Season : Peas and Asparagus

Over the past few years, I have developed certain favorite recipes and traditions to bring in a new season. A favorite Spring flavor has become a bright, fresh mint pesto to mix with pasta and whatever fresh produce becomes available. Particularly peas or asparagus.