Friday, February 11, 2011

I Heart Franklin

When visiting Rosemary in Franklin, TN, we window shopped, and while the store window couldn't reveal all the secrets within, it certainly left me much to love.

Like these tin hearts (similar to the ones in the last post)...

I loved the wider view of the display...

And cheery red-and-white arrangement...

The black-and-red shopping cart look...

And my favorite -- the stove!

Now isn't that an oven full of love?

(If you're into mysteries, check out my take on Anne Perry's "No Graves as Yet" on Chopsticks and String.)


Luna und Luzie said...

Sorry I was too busy the last weeks to visit your blog.
I missed a lot of interesting posts and have to scroll down later.
This Shop is wonderful. Love the decoration and the choise.
These tin hearts are beautiful.
We don´t celebrate valentines day in Germany not like you in USa but since a few years we can buy some hearts and heartshaped thing here too. I wish they will sell more the next years because I love hearts.
Wish I can get those wooden signs with Blessing your heart on it.

You have a great cllection of cooking books. Now I´ll read that post!


Privet and Holly said...

This is one of
the best times
of the year for
Lovely colors
and the best thing
to celebrate : )
Bet you two had
fun ooh-ing and
Happy Friday,
xx Suzanne

anno said...

Heartfelt, heartfull, just plain beautiful!

Anya said...

Its a lovely shop
I love the red things :-)

Happy weekend

Kareltje =^.^= Betsie >^.^<

¸.•´¸.•*´¨) ¸.•*´¨)
(¸.•´ (¸.•´Anya

shoreacres said...

Lovely shop - fun to see so many varieties of hearts.

Here's something else that's fun. I have a neighbor visiting your blog. I don't have a clue who it is, but I see "Seabrook, TX" in your live traffic feed. Seabrook's where I do most of my work, go to the post office, etc.

Isn't it amazing, the connections? I wish I knew who it is!

Dogwood said...

Wowee...that is my kind of place!
I am having so much fun crafting with the red Valentine theme.
Have a fun weekend.

Rocky says hi to Gypsy.

Barb said...

Since red is my favorite color, this shop would draw me right in.

Sally Wessely said...

What's not to like about red and hearts? I love both! I would really love that shop!

Joanne Huffman said...

Very enticing displays. I seem to be particularly taken with hearts this year.

Oh said...

the black and white and red - love it - and how do you find these shops? that's it. You're coming to STL and will find such places! we must have some. I just don't know.
Oh, and remember I said I needed to find a "crafting" friend? Well, looks like it's my Mom! She's now taking scrapbooking workshops and also is very much into journaling - yay!

Marilyn Miller said...

I love those tin hearts. I was looking at a tin can the other day and wondering if I would cut it to make some hearts. What a fun visit to Franklin.

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