Thursday, April 19, 2012

Something New

While out shopping with Penny the other day, we stopped into a cute little shop called the Gardener's Cottage.  It is another one of the many great little boutiques in Biltmore Village.


If you have time, click on the link and see how cute the shop is.  They sell plants, furniture, soaps, books, art etc.

I have been looking for a small cement or iron sheep for quite a while now, and I finally found one at the Gardener's Cottage.

Here it is sitting on my bookshelf.

I love him!

Today I got a video of some of the wildlife around my house...I will show you next time.

28 comments:

  1. Love your sheep, Penny...perfect addition to your bookcase!

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  2. Bunnies, ducks, geese - I love all the little iron creatures and your lamb is perfectly beautiful!

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  3. Isn't it fun when you finally come across something you've been looking for? Adorable sheep.

    Darla

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  4. Adore the sheep holding down your books... and can't wait to see the wildlife!

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  5. Your sheep is fantastic. Looking forward to the wildlife video.

    Joyfully,
    Elizabeth Ann

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  6. He's French and will make a wonderful addition to your bookcase Penny.

    When we were in Provence, we saw the running of the sheep where in the spring they move them through the town to the hills where they spend the summer.
    Sam

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  7. Oh, the iron sheep is pretty cool. I bet my husband would love it. He likes animal statuettes, and we have a number of them in our household.

    I'm your newest follower:-) Please stop by and follow back if you can. Have a great day!

    Lien.

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  8. Love the sheep.........this time last year I was watching them with their gamboling lambs in England's lovely Lake District........thousands of them!

    Nice shop Penny, another for my list when I have time.
    Looking forward to seeing the wildlife outside your windows.

    Hugs - Mary

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  9. Love the sheep and darn the shops you show look so cute I want to get in the car and head down for a week!

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  10. Love the sheep, and what a wonderful shop to poke around in. Such fun!

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  11. Wow, I'd love to visit those shops! Enjoy your day tomorrow with Bird Nest Cottage!

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  12. Cute little lamb....and we're lovin' that shop ~ looks right up our alley!
    (Two sisters even....you know we like that!)

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  13. Penny, this looks like a shop I'd like to visit. ;-)
    Love seeing your little lamb. It's perfect on your book shelf. Look forward to seeing the wildlife around your home.

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  14. Penny, we have a Gardner's Cottage here in Riverside too! HOW I love place like that..makes me wish I was RICH, RICH, RICH!! :) Lovely things!

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  15. He's adorable! (she?) So fun to have lunch and shop with a friend. Mimi

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  16. Hi, Nan, I love sheep too. In fact I have three sitting on the windowsill by my computer right now. And then of course there are my sheep salt-and-pepper shakers, my Sean the Sheep oven timer, and various other bits and pieces.

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  17. So glad you got the big sheep. The wee one would have been lost amongst your books. Love it!

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  18. I love your sheep, Penny! I shopped Gardeners Cottage when we were at Biltmore a few years ago. Loved it of course.

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  19. Very darling Penny! I look forward to the video.

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  20. Another shop to love. It looks awesome, and your purchase is awesome, too.

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  21. He is pretty cute! That shop is very nice. I'm going back to look around some more.

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  22. I simply love that lamb! Looks like after your visit today I've got to come visit you.

    Gretchen

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  23. I can't wait to planters in yourcheck out the link, Penny! Your sheep is darling. I also love your a prior post, especially that they are self watering. Nice!

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  24. I may have been in that shop at one time or another. I've been to the Biltmore House and did some shopping near it. That store looks familiar. Love your sheep. Looks great with your books.

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