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Monday, July 25, 2011

Maxwell Street Days ~ Cedarburg WI

I've been wanting to post this for a week ~ so dog gone I'm gonna do it now!
Last Sunday July 17th I went to Maxwell Street Days in Cedarburg WI
It was soooo Hot & Humid which was a bummer ~ a lot of the vendors didn't show or a lot of them were packing up by noon.   I didn't take many pictures just to hot!
 This vendor that had a little bit of everything!

I love old crates!

This was just too funny!

 Some of the goodies I got ~ some old tins, buttons, wooden thread spools, flower frog, choppers, spoons, an old box with dividers, and an old glove box.

 My favorite find ~ an old glove box from the 1920's  ~ isn't it beautiful?
 Even the inside of the cover is engraved ~ now I have to find a pretty pair of gloves to put in it.

After we were done at the flea market we  walked downtown ~ wish I would of got more pictures.
Next time!
 There are a lot of old building / paper mills that have unique shops in them.

You can't go downtown without stopping at the candy shop!

Sorry bad picture ~ Just to sunny out!
Any who ~ both of their display windows are full of different flavored caramel apples at $7.00 a pop!

Yum! They are sooooo good!

We also stopped at another shop that was just filled to the rim with merchandise for all the holidays/seasons!
I should of taken a picture ~ forgot.
But I did buy this:

Danger Mosquitoes sign!
I put the sign above my door that goes out to my backyard, the mosquitoes are soooo bad this year ~ you almost need a blood transfusion if you stay out there to long!

This coming weekend my sister Sandy, my niece Niki and I are going road tripping in our travels we are headed to Tomah to some primitive shops and hopefully to WI Rapids to a shop called Country Freckles.
I'll make sure I take my camera and take more pictures!

I have a lot of blogs to catch up on and some projects I have to complete before I call it a night.
I hope everyone has a wonderful week!  
Happy crafting, traveling, treasure hunting or whatever you  may be doing!

Until next time
Prim Blessings!
Robin


16 comments:

Karen~The Barely There Primitive Bear said...

I love those crates, especially the biscuit one on the bottom...And
that glove box is just awesome! I bet those caramel apples are delish!

Bear Hugs & Blessings~Karen

Trace4J said...

Love that beautiful glove box. Looks like you found some wonderful treasures even in the heat.
Caramel apples yummo!
Hugs Trace

www.grannytracescrapsandsquares.com

renee said...

Very nice! Love the crates too! Mosquitoes have been horrid this season! I love caramel apples, they are good! I hope that you are having a good week so far my dear!
Hugs,
Renee

Shirlee said...

You really got some great treasures! I have always loved Wisconsin. We used to live in Iron Mountain (MI) & our big "thrill" was coming down to shop & explore in Wisconsin : ) I'm with Karen ... love those crates! That popcorn tin you got is wonderful! Wish I could've been there : ) Blessings, Shirlee

colleens craft shed said...

Hi Robin, love your treasures you found in the heat!! I like the hills bros can and the glove box is really awesome. I know all about the WI mosquitoes they are up north here too!! Made me hungry for caramel apples...:)
Colleen

prims by olde lady morgan said...

Look at that apple! YUMMO!!! Really it's been to hot to do just about anything, ugh! I so miss sitting outside without sweating! OLM

cottageprims said...

Well I hope you didn't forget the box with my name on it.Caramel Apples Yummmm.Every year for christmas Hannah Honeybunch buys me a caramel apple,she thinks it's all I want..smile..Well it looks like you did find a few goodies.The glove box is so pretty.Warm Blessings!~Amy

jennifer768 said...

Love the glove box that you found.It looks like you had a good time even with all the heat.Carmel apples yummy!Have a great day,Jen

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TheCrankyCrow said...

Some day, some way, I'm gonna make it there - looks like my kind of fun...I LOVE old boxes and crates...and judging by your treasures, think we think along the same lines....great stuff!!! Love your mosquito sign....We really don't have a problem with them here - this year or any other - always too dang windy here in Nod!! Have fun at Country Freckles!!! Give Joni a hug!!! (And DON'T buy my chair!!!) ;o) I'm overdue for a roadtrip there...Karen from MyColonialHome is talking about the 3 of us meeting there some time - do a little shopping and then lunch....Sounds wonderful to me...Hope it works out! Smiles & Hugs ~ Robin

Beckyjean said...

Hi Robin~

Wish I knew you were going. I would have met you there. I usually go, but decided to stay home this time. I hate the hot humid weather. My mom went & said it was disappointing~not very many vendors this time. I think the heat kept them away. Love Amy's for their caramel apples. They are so expensive but a wonderful treat. Love that you managed to find a bunch of goodies.

Have a wonderful evening~Becky

Country Whispers said...

Looks like a fun day out and I LOVE that glove box. It's beautiful!

deb said...

OK I need that caramel apple!!!! glad I found your blog...love it!

Karen/My Colonial Home said...

Hi Robin,
Gosh I haven't been to Cedarburg in years!!!! And I'm only about and hours drive from there...maybe just a bit more. Gosh, there's so much in my own back yard and I don't get to them.

Love the tins you bought - especially the popcorn tin...never seen one like that.
An old pair of very used Leather gloves would look awesome in the box.

Enjoy your run to the Rapids...we had fun there a couple weeks ago!
Check out my blog and the tab at the top for Country Freckles!

Karen

Folk Art From The Harbor said...

Hi Robin!!! You are a winner at Folk Art From The Harbor!! I have posted on my blog come on by and claim your prize!! http://folkartfromtheharbor.blogspot.com/

Tolentreasures said...

I was in Cedarburg last spring. I loved it! Such an interesting town! Lucky you to live so close!

Cathy