Sharing home decor ideas, DIYs, and other things I love about my home and life

Look What I Got…….

I had a fun spontaneous day at one of my favorite places…Stonewall Kitchen in York, Maine. I wrote a previous post about my visit there and all they have to offer. At my end of the visit, I walked out of the store with some great finds that I promised I would share with you with better photos. Take a look at my awesome finds!

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My “haul”

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The bags- uh oh!

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 Here’s the goodies, (ignore the open bags of pumpkin pretzels and crunch mix)

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 I love the stag silhouette and of course had to get the cocktail napkins. My husbands fave veggie is butternut squash so I had to try the pasta sauce. How unique is that? You can’t beat the  honey mustard as well.

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 So spicy…but so good! Highly recommend this!

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 Perfect twig cornucopia, Bottle votives and stag matches.

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 In my opinion, their candles are top-notch. Great fragrances and can scent an entire room! My current fave is cinnamon eucalyptus – so I got 2!

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 I love to simmer Mulled Cider mix on the stove in a tiny pot. Cant beat that homey smell!

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 Here’s that cute box of matches that I couldn’t resist.

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 Cool burnt orange tops. So…I had to get into the mood….

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 And of course, I had to pick up another whale for my collection. This one is carved of wood and love him because he looks like he is smiling.

He is going on my wall shelf in upstairs bathroom.

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 He even came with a name!

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 Now onto the practical items, Pumpkin Harvest smells yummy. Pine counter spray smells really clean and fresh.

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 Gorgeous dish towels.

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Like a work of art! Nobody better use them!

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 Pretty enough to frame. I have never seen an autumn forest dish towel before!

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 How cute is this little guy. I think, because of flat wide tail, he is supposed to be door holder. but, he would be just as happy on shelf or table.

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 I made another stop at a small antique/curio shop and found these small wire baskets with bird plaques on the front. So sweet, I couldn’t resist.

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 And finally, at my lost stop, a craft shop, I found these wax tarts in vintage looking jars and labels. I can tell you, as I am writing this, I have the Gingered Pumpkin burning and it has scented a large space and smells wonderful.

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Even the tarts are decor on their own.

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My photos in the store were with my phone, so not the best quality. Not only is this a great store in a great town, but, there are antique stores, outlets, and craft shops along the way as well. Boy, did I have fun.

Thanks for stopping by!

Wendy

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