Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Christmas Shop to Drool Over....

Here are some pictures of a local Christmas Shop.  I took lots of pictures but most were blurry.  I realized after I had taken several pictures that there was a sign on the wall showing a picture of a camera with a big red line drawn through it.  Ooops....wonder what that means?????
Anyway, I hope you enjoy.

Oops, I didn't mean to cut her head off, but I was incognito..........

There's those Grinch lookin bottle trees, love them but, they are $55.00 each!

Now, that's a big ole deer!

The nice thing about this shop is that it's opened all year round....there is so much more than what I'm showing here but I thought I better leave it at that.
Hope you enjoy.



Rebecca said...

AAHAHAHHA I did that very same thing in the Oklahoma Cowboy Hall of Fame. I was snapping away enjoying the scenery when a very nice and BIG Security Guard politely as me to REFRAIN from taking pictures. OMG!

I wanted to crawl into a hole.

I asked him if he was going to arrest me! (Laughing of course). He said he wouldn't but that he'd beat me up if I snapped one one picture.


WHERE IS THIS SHOP? Amazing! Big money people shop there. $55 for a tree...EEEK!


Grandma Yellow Hair said...

You are too cute but glad you got by with taking them. I have a girlfriend that does not go anywhere without a camera.
These trees are beautiful glad you share them with us
Your right it is Gone With the Wind but it was Melonie telling that to Ashley on the balcony when war was announced at their engagement party. lol

Blondie's Journal said...

What an awesome shop. i could boost the economy a bit in there!! The huge deer is funny. Was it for sale? Love the racks of ribbon. I could go crazy there!

Thanks for sharing and happy holidays, Sissie!!


The Tattered Cottage said...

Sissie -
Beautiful pictures! I could do a little damage to my wallet if I went into that store! LOL $55. is a little high for me :)

Mollye said...

Hey girly, Great shop. I am laughing at you snaping your ole KODAK really fast so you wouldn't get busted and chopping off heads. Looks like crafty women like ourselves could figure out how to re-create bottle trees for a whole lot less that that. 'ya think?

LV said...

That is truly a beautiful shop. Many, many lovely decorations. Thanks for taking us along on this grand tour.

Marsha (Sassy Mini Dolls) said...

LOL, what a blogger will do for her blog and bloggy pals!

What a fabulous store!!! Those bottle trees are really KEWL!!!


Angie said...

I want to climb into your blog header picture and snuggle in next to the tree! Gorgeous! I have to say, I had such fun reading through all of your posts! We have so much in common! I was in a shop once snapping pictures and the owner came up to me and told me to quit taking pictures. She thought I was trying to steal ideas. I just wanted to show off her shop on my blog but she didn't believe I guess I can understand that though. Thanks for sneaking around to take these was worth it..what eye candy!

Hugs ~ Angie

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Oh Sissie...
How beautiful sweetie. I love this post as always you never disappoint me. I love those tall white bottle brush trees, they are just delicious looking. So serene standing there hovering over everything else on the table.
I am so lovin them.

Please stop by tonight. I think you will find my post quite interesting. Very interesting reading. Have fun sweetie. Country hugs and so much love...Sherry

BonjourRomance said...

Bonjour Sissie! Glad you were not hauled off to the big house. The same happened to me here in Paris, but I was outside snapping a shot of the display window! They came out to say no pictures, but after a few hopefull smiles and babbling in my bad French the manager actually came outside and said go right ahead! Ah the French!
Keep up the undercover work Sissie!

Sares said...

Hello Sissie! I came over by way of Country Wings in Phoenix. Sherry said you had a wonderful blog and she was right! You gave me a good laugh with your illegal picture taking, sometimes I wonder how often I do that. The store looks like it was full of gorgeous Christmas frippery. Happy Holidays and it was nice to meet you!

Fabulously french said...

What a fabulous shop. Merci beaucoup for sharing it with us.


My name is PJ. said...

So very beautiful! *sigh* That was a winter wonderland of the most lovely sort!

I'd never seen a grinch tree before....I'm going to hunt them down online and see if I can't find a bargain. Them's some kinda cute!

Riet said...

What a great shop Sissie. I had to laugh when you said you were incognito. They sure have a lot of goodies there. I think I would get broke in that shop.

stefanie said...

oooo, I love those bottle brush trees, but 55$s, wow

Patricia said...

What a beautiful shop - I adore those bottle brush trees. I hope to see a large bottle brush in the near future. I feel they would be very popular. The Christmas tree in the first photo is just beautiful - the yellow ribbon I think makes the whole tree.

bj said...

Sissie...I am so in love with your living room I could just spit. It is so so pretty and here I sit with BLACK furniture. O, I am so wanting to go lighter. What do you think about white or creme furniture with BROWN LEATHER SOFAS? Not good, hu? Well, ok...I'll just enjoy YOUR beautiful room !!
This shop is awesome...we have one here, too, much like it. I think they say NO to photos, too. :)

bj said...

Do you have a button? I can't find it...

Vicki said...

Hi, Sissie,
That looks like a wonderful store!! I love the Grinch bottle trees, too, but a little pricey!! How great that this store is open year round. I wish you and your family a happy and blessed Christmas!! Vicki

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