Friday, June 4, 2010

The Market Place ~

After my morning walk, I ventured over to our local farmer's market to get some blueberries and spotted some organic baby squash, which also ended up coming home with me.

We have the best produce market's in the Valley, and the produce gets better and better with each passing week!

Angela's Sweets...

A sweet, charming little bakery, lined on the street at the produce market.

I love this! ;)

Lottie ~ Modern and Handmade Originals

If you are looking for a one of a kind gift (or something for yourself ~ wink) you need to check out Liz and her girlfriend's (I can't remember her name!) vendor. They are two very talented ladies who need to open up a shop. Seriously! There are so many cute things, it's hard to not leave without getting something they created!

Lawina Bags.

Summer dresses for infants and toddlers. You can also custom order bean bags or bridal purses.

Assorted braided elastic head bands.

Fabric Alphabet letters. In the baskets are baby blankets, onsie and bib gift sets for a boy or girl.

We are the flowers of one garden ~ Peace.

Hair clips adorning fabric flowers and buttons.

Cosmetic bags and clutches.

Sweet head bands, "Popping" colorful fabric flowers and buttons. See the summery little tops? Absolutely adorable!

Baby bibs.

Love Lottie!

Allen Flower Shop ~ From Simple to Sublime

Cottage Garden Blueberries

Fresh Farm Veggies

Berg Block ~ The Old JCPenney Building

Pageo Lavender Farm offers local herbicide-pesticide free produce as well as yarrow, lavender and a variety of herbs, scented lotions, soaps, and lavender sachet bags.

Green at Home ~ Container Gardening Specialists

You can sign up to learn how to Stamp and Stencil bricks. In addition to compost boxes and container's for your garden.

My Thing Bead Store

You know I had to go in!

What a perfect way to start the weekend early!


  1. Boy oh boy!!
    I wish I could have joined you.
    My kind of shopping.
    Have a great weekend dear friend!

  2. My daughter Michel, came this morning to see her Dad after his pacemaker replacement, and we ended up going to our annual Montrose Craft and Street Fair.

    Your pictures look a lot like what we saw, and we stopped and had lunch in a cute little cafe.

    Great full of nature.

  3. mija

    where is this at? I would really like to go one Saturday morning

    let me know