Saturday, April 16, 2011

Theresa Cano of Garden Antiques

The first time I ever set up at Marburger
I had the pleasure to meet 
I walked in her booth and I was going nuts!
I wanted to buy about half of her booth!
 She has a great eye for unusual things and a great talent for creating wonderful vignettes.
 She always has these tallow berries, they grow in her yard!
I love these berries, they don't grow in Kentucky, so she happens to be my supplier!
 I love the way this chandelier looks sitting in the bird bath!
If you want to check out more of her great booth, click here!
And I'm sure you all know she is the wonderful hostess of the famous blog party!
I have some great photos of that event that I will share in the next post!


19 comments:

Al said...

Beautiful photos! I wish I could be there to see it all in person. Her dried Hydrangea is so very pretty too. Thanks for following my blog :)

A Wild Thing@Sweet Repose said...

I hear Theresa would like to sneak along with on the next trip to Iowa...ha...does she have a cot???

Boy, I'm really starting to form an attraction to that windmill, I'm feeling a bout of anxiety comin' on...trade ya a brownie for it!!! I'M SERIOUS!!!

nut

Garden Antqs Vintage said...

What... thank you so much! I am so bummed that I can't to my photos of Marburger, I'm hoping he'll have my PC fixed this week so that I can show them. Have a great rest of the weekend, T BTW, wait until you see this shop I visited this weekend, you'll be speechless...

French Curiosites said...

She has great style and she's a sweetie to boot! Nice to see someone like that doing well.

sassytrash said...

Hey girl! How's that sweet baby? I LOVE Theresa's blog, but it's one that I almost NEVER can get to come up on my computer! I can't wait to see your blog party photos--your pics are always really great!

The Green Pea said...

She is a talented lady. Have a nice Sunday. sandi

Theresa said...

I love everything that she does! Thank you for sharing all of these pictures for those of us not lucky enough to be able to be there in person. I am enjoying them so much! xoxo

Vintage Gal said...

Gorgeous photos. Thanks for sharing ;-)

Stephanie said...

Great pictures - I love Theresa too!

Lori Katies Rose Cottage said...

Oh my gosh so very awesome!!
I have to see Theresa's booth
someday soon !!

xoxo
Lori

Petite Michelle Louise said...

she is oh-so-creative indeed! i love what she did with that old, gutted mantle clock! I used to have one but threw it out years ago. i am regretting that now!

Sue said...

Thanks Tot for the eye candy! I've always loved Theresa's look, along with yours as well. Now I'm off to "the store" to face my public today. It's been a full moon, so it should be a fun packed day ahead!

Take care, Sue

Sandi said...

Wow I love that first photo!! I tend to get tired of my hydrangeas when they are that color and toss them. Not anymore!! :)
Blessings~

trash talk said...

I think I was lucky enough to meet both of y'all shortly there after.
She's a keeper all right!
Debbie

Zita - Mlle Magpie said...

LOVE Sweet Theresa! both her style and her as a person! When I came to Round Top/Warrenton a couple of years ago, her booth was the first one that I saw and I found it magical. Dying to come back, and of course make it to Marburger to see you too.

Glenda said...

The pics say everything! One thing they say is, I live way to far away from Texas. Beautiful, thank you for sharing!
~G~

A Cottage Muse said...

Yes indeed, she is so creative, as are you!

How was your trip in your trailer? You had it looking so great!

Simply Me said...

Thanks so much ! My bedding is all from Target. So far its good no problems yet. I have never been to a RA store, i wish she had one in Florida!!

saltbox treasures said...

WOW, these are wonderful and creative vignettes! Love that clock and bird bath and the branches in a mannequin?.
Fabulous!
~ Julie

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