Free Vintage Style Etsy Banners


We’ve been doing a little “Spring cleaning” on our Etsy shops and came across these Etsy Banners that we just had to pass along. Great vintage style designs and the price is perfectly FREE. They’re by Starsunflower Studios 4 free Etsy banner sets containing matching avatars, custom order, reserved and “thank you” customer appreciation photo blocks. Download them here.




RVA French Food Festival

RVA French Food Festival

Is your calendar marked for our favorite Spring show the RVA French Food Festival? Check out who all will be in the marketplace.

Barnyard Junkies
Giggle in Pink
Glittermoon Cards
Holly Markhoff Studio
Karen’s Glass
La Bella Beads
Me By Design – Wicky Wicky Soylicious Candles
Moonstruck Soap
Preppy Palooza
Strawberry Fields Flowers & Finds
Virginia’s Dream – Pottery by Steven Summerville
Virginia Gourmet & Mrs. Bryant’s Specialty Foods & Sauces
Water Gypsy
Yohman’s Garden
Zou Zou’s Basement


Off the beaten path … Twig Part 1

Off the beaten path … Twig Part 1

Twig oh how I love thee let me count the ways!

1. The OOAK bright colored furniture

2. The amazing fresh flowers

3. The architectural salvage

4. The local art and handmade

5. The vintage finds

6. AND The BarnYard Junkies items they carry!

DSC_1432 DSC_1433 DSC_1473 DSC_1440This is just a small taste of what they carry, more to come. In the meantime stop in and tell Jennifer the BYJ girls sent ya.


6112 B Lakeside Avenue , Richmond, Virginia 23228

Hours Tue – Sat: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm and Sun: 10:30 am – 2:30 pm


Trevor Frost on the Cover of Washington Life

Trevor Frost on the Cover of Washington Life

Look who made the March cover of Washington Life Magazine, It’s Richmond’s own Trevor Frost.

Trevor is a really great guy with a total dream job as a photographer/explorer for National Geographic and who has a true passion for the environment.

“Spend as much time as you can on a river that is part of your life, for every second you spend on that river you will fall more in love, and your desire to protect it will grow.” —Trevor Frost