lavender, clover & a harvest party

September is one of the reasons I love living in this part of the country.  (And October too.)  The cool evenings.  The brilliant blue skies and the hint of fall foliage.

And opening day at Clover Market!

On Saturday morning, we took an early drive out to New Hope and stopped at this beautiful lavender farm on the way.  I love how even Wilson took time to smell the lavender.

We also made a few new friends.  The resident llamas were very welcoming.

But seriously, the lavender.  Can’t you just smell it?

Then Sunday was all work.  And fun too.  As always, Clover Market did not disappoint.  I just love being a vendor at this seasonal antique/art/handmade/vintage market in Ardmore.  I get to see so many familiar faces, and new ones as well, in such a fun setting.  Thank you to those of you that stopped by and said hello!

If you missed Clover yesterday, the next market is October 14th.  Mark your calendar.  We’ll be there with new inventory.  I hear people drive 2-3 hours just to attend!  Yes, I’d agree that it’s that good.

But first we’re gearing up for next weekend’s Brick & Mortar Harvest Party!  There will be fresh, never before seen Circa Dee inventory in store.  Open 10-5 both Saturday and Sunday.  We’re located at 1814 Valley Forge Road in Worcester, PA.

See you soon!

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12 thoughts on “lavender, clover & a harvest party

    • Lisa – the big lace piece is my booth neighbor, Marsha’s side wall, but it worked so perfectly well with my space. I was so excited! One of the tables sold. There was a lot of interest in them. I wish I could “hang out” more though because I wanted to visit your space and JFC. Good problem to have I guess…

  1. I wish I lived close enough to visit, Dana. I love your pictures. September down here in Florida is still hovering around 90 in the daytime. We are excited that it cools to low 70s at night. Only a few more weeks. Our time to enjoy the outdoors is coming.

  2. I can’t believe I didn’t see your booth- what a crazy day! Lisa is right, the lace back drop is amazing- what luck! Oh, and I love that lavender farm, beautiful pictures that show the abundance.

    see you at the end of this week to stock you up with joeys… :)

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