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Framed Topiary Print

Hope everyone is enjoying nice weather for a while. Any big plans for this coming week? Guess what I have racing though my mind. For one reason or another, I had not been thrifting in a long, long time. Like several months ago, I found a great chair to recover the seat…don’t ask..the answer is “not yet” meaning not yet have I found the fabric, but hopefully soon it shall be found and make my $20 find look terrific.

Oh yeah! As I was saying, I did enjoy an afternoon of shopping in a great thrift shop in Hixson, Tennessee, named Bethel Bible Village Thrift. Talk about a very neat and clean shop and it is truly nice. Lots of nice furniture pieces, dishware, china, glassware, wall art….oh yeah the framed topiary print “jumped out at me” and for three dollars, who could walk away from the super clean finish? And now, I’m thinking it might get a coat of Rub ‘N Buff on it and turn out to be black instead of Espresso brown. It’s really neat for three dollars! Not exactly sure whether it will be hanging above the built-in desk in our kitchen or if it might work better in our pool bath. Regardless, it’s quite possible that there will be some faux topiaries nearby. Love the topiaries! Thanks for visiting and hope to see you again soon.


P.S. For more information on Bethel Bible Village Thrift, visit their website here!

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4 Responses to Framed Topiary Print

  1. Hi Helen, Sorry it has taken me so long to visit and to Thank You for joining the party! Your table is lovely and I really like the porch. Take care.

    • Hi Sherry, Thanks for the nice note. I always enjoy your link party and what you share with us. I often say that we bought the house for what was outside. Best wishes for your next home, too!


  2. Great buy, Helen! I love topiaries, too, and have way too many in my house {if that is possible!}. : )

    Thanks for linking up to The Creative Home & Garden hop!

    • Kathy, I have totally agree with you on the topiaries. I use them outside my home on my front porch and also beside our garage entrance. I went crazy over the large ones when we were in Europe almost 3 years ago. They were used outside shops for decor. And for the longest time (during the 3 weeks we were there) I believed they were really live boxwoods. That was until I felt of one that proved me wrong. And then one day, I was sure they all were artificial and when I grabbed it the fresh boxwood came off in my hand! I almost expected the topiary police to arrive! You’re welcome and please know that I enjoyed linking with your hop. And thanks for visiting!

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