Monday, December 1, 2014

Christmas Assortment 2014 ~

~ Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas ~

from Georgie Emerson Vintage

 These first 5 gorgeous photos of the shop were taken by 
Marcy Harris Photos of Canal Winchester.





 Marcy's photos are amazing, simply stunning.  She captures my shop with an amazing eye.  

Now on to some snapshots I took.......yes obviously I need to take a photography class, but I digress.  
(please bear with me!!)  <3

 The next few photos showcase Cinda's jewelry art.  Cinda is the Mother of one of my friends from high school.  Her talent is undeniable.  GORGEOUS!

 These shots show off Kar-Lyn's paper creations.  Gift tags, greeting cards and gift bags.  She brings new designs in all the time.

Some french lovelies....

 And of course my heart and lifestyle are all about the vintage treasures..........


Our theme this year is Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas inspired by Esther singing the song in Meet Me In St. Louis (my favorite movie).  I painted frames in cream and red and added the main verses of the song to the chalkboards.

 It's been a wonderful season so far!  We've had our Moonlight Market SHOP HOP and also celebrated all the indie Mom and Pops of our community a couple days ago on SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY.  We are incredibly grateful and thankful for the support and patronage our customers have provided.   We all work so hard to bring our vision to life and create a community of shops and eateries worth visiting!  So, thank you for being so kind by stopping by!

We're also looking forward to Downtown Canal Winchester's big city-sponsored event

Christmas in the Village
Friday, December 5
5:30pm to 9pm
Saturday, December 6
5:00pm to 8:00pm

Georgie's will be open late for this event!

For more info, follow this link to Christmas in the Village

Our extended HOLIDAY HOURS are:

Weds/Thurs/Fri:  Noon - 7pm
Saturdays:  10am - 5pm

~ Happy Holidays and Vintage Love ~


Wednesday, October 8, 2014

shelves ~

Mick sent me a picture last week of some really cool shelves that he thought would be a good addition to the shop.  When I saw the picture, I just about fell off my chair!  


Not only were they huge and PERFECT for display in the shop, they offered me tons of extra storage.  And they came from a local university, so rescuing them from the dump was an additional bonus.

The boys picked them up on Saturday and wrestled them into the shop that evening.  And then me and my razor blade got busy scraping what seemed like a thousand stickers from the drawers.  I am an unusually impatient person, so I think I was running on pure adrenaline as I just scraped and scraped and never took a break.  

The labels said things like "embryos" and "medical slides" so the shelves obviously came from the Science department.

But now they are filled with all sorts of shabby lovelies for the home!

A whole new lease on life for them!  

I am so incredibly thankful for my husband and his friend Jeff who managed to get these moved into the shop for me.  They look like they belonged here!  

~ vintage love ~