Monday, September 17, 2012

American Country Mercantile

I went out of town this weekend and found a great store. I hit the jackpot with American Country Mercantile in Keizer, Oregon.
This greeted me in the parking lot. I knew from the start I'd love what was inside.
A patriotic display in the bathroom of all places!!
Room after room of antiques, hand made primitives, with a little import thrown in. It was a good mix.



This display greets visitors outside.
This was my prim purchase. I was thrilled to find out it was made by the owner, Emily.
Cute hooked and wool sunflowers.
Look at this awesome piece of fall fabric- on sale- sweet price.

I don't make it to the Salem area very often but when I do I'll be making sure to stop by 
American Country Mercantile. If you click on their name it will bring you to their blog then you can find them on facebook and see more great products!! 

The owner Emily was so sweet and allowed me to take these photos!

24 comments:

  1. Couple of things I would like, the cream pumpkins and the red bird house with the stars on. If only things wern't so expensive to ship overseas!

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  2. Looks like a fun place to visit!

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  3. OMG just the kind of place I love!!

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  4. Cute pieces! Love the sunflowers....

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  5. I can well imagine how much fun you had in such a fabulous place. I'd love to wander through; there are so many treasures.

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  6. This looks like such a fun place to explore. Thank you for sharing your adventure.

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  7. Could get lost in there for a loooong time!

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  8. I've driven past, but never gone inside...now I'm going to have to make a detour next time I'm that far North!

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  9. Love stores like that, all of ours have closed down, so need to look in the surrounding states;)

    Debbie

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  10. That really is a wonderful fabric for Halloween! Glad you had a nice outing :)

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  11. Looks like a fun place to get lost in! Thanks for sharing!

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  12. My kind of shop! Wish we had one of that style somewhere in Central Florida.

    I got a really good buy on some fabric at a shop while on vacation. $3.59 a yard. Wish I had tons of money to spend on it.

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  13. Definitely my kind of store!!! OOOO, I would have been there for hours! Such sweet treasures you took home! Thanks for sharing!!

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  14. I would like the dry sink and the red birdhouse. What a fun shop to poke around in.

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  15. I love to rummage around in a place like this!

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  16. Looks like a great find. Love that fabric!

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  17. what a fun place to shop, my kind of store too!
    Kathie

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  18. Oh, I think I woul have been there all day just looking at everything. Thanks for sharing. Gotta go check the website.

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  19. Oh boy - that looks like my kind of shop! Thanks for taking me along *s*

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  20. Thanks for sharing the shop. I'm going to check out their blog. Hugs

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  21. Love your little purchase - such cute skinny legs!! What a great shop to find. gabe

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  22. love your purchase choice of the prim doll.

    i think i might like to hang around in there a bit too. i'll have to check out the link.

    :-)
    libbyQ

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  23. Thanks so much for the preview! Will definitely have to visit when we visit Portland in October! Love the pictures...

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