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Vintage shopping at Sweet Clover

Are you dealing with snow this weekend?

Well, we are! And we're embracing it.

So far, around 10 inches have fallen down.

The plan for this white Saturday ---> Go sledding with the kids.


Unlike today's weather, last Saturday was kind of warm, or as I kept on saying it all day long, the perfect day to go thrifting.

That's exactly what we did!


I headed to Frederick, MD with my sister-in-law. The main purpose of our trip...

A visit to Sweet Clover
A farm converted into a thrift and antique shopping space with parking

My blogging friend Cassie from Primitive and Proper and her team were holding a ribbon cutting ceremony and also, celebrating Sweet Clover's fresh new start.

And what a start!

I arrived some time in the afternoon and the place was packed.

Yeah, there was beauty all around this cozy barn.

They had those big signs that look so well in any room...

Lots of vintage furniture with the most wonderful "chippy" patina.

Old doors, ladders, mirrors, china sets, and lots of other things!

I liked the variety I saw...
Because, we all don't like the same things.
And that's something you'll appreciate when visiting Sweet Clover...

They have a good selection of eclectic finds where everyone can find something they love.

 - I was drooling over the wall art in the picture below -

But, if the place was packed with lots of great stuff, the energy and happiness you could sense all around was tenfold.

While taking pictures, I went looking for something for my son's room.

Sweet Clover Barn - Frederick Maryland old black and white clock

I found that something, but I forgot to take a picture of it.

You'll find about it in the reveal of his room coming soon.

This last shot goes to my companion who commanded me to take a picture of this sweet fellow:

What a great experience we had, can't wait to stop by again!

For more of this sale's pictures Click HERE.

For new events and directions check Sweet Clover's web site right HERE.

You can also follow Sweet Clover on  Facebook right HERE.

Something else that got my eye:

Linking to: Flea Market Fridays

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  1. Love Sweet Clover. Hope to get back there soon.

    1. thank you, megan! we know how busy you are! :) i am frankly impressed that you get as much as you do accomplished!

  2. cristina, thank you SOOOO much for capturing your trip with us- i think you are so right about the happy energy. i felt it, too! loved reading this, and i can't thank you enough!

  3. Cassie, we had such a good time! Sweet Clover was brimming with life and hey, tons of awesome stuff. Congrats!

  4. How fun! I had the pleasure of meeting Cassie last fall and she is just as sweet and beautiful in person as she is on her blog! Hopefully some day I can find my way there too! :) Linda

  5. What a fun place, like heaven! I love the clock and the buffets.
    Have a lovely weekend and keep warm amiguita.

  6. Visiting Sweet Clover is on my list of things that I really want to do. Thanks for the tour!

  7. This looks like an amazing spot to do some shopping. Wish I lived closer.


  8. Fantastic place, lovely atmosphere - so sweet and vintage! Thanks for sharing it!

  9. Hi Cristina, I came over to check in on you and the Snowpocalypse. We're still digging out, but this post was a nice surprise. I'll have to add it to my list in planning our next trip to DC around one of these sale dates. Looked like fun, and lots of cool stuff. Thanks!

  10. Well, they certainly picked the right word when they decided to use "sweet" in the name of that shop! I would love to live close enough to visit...of course, we too were buried in blizzard conditions this weekend, so the only shopping I did was online! ;)

  11. Thanks so much for linking up with #fleamarketfriday party! I loved your post so much I am featuring it today! See your post in a little bit at xxx....Brooke

  12. Hola amiga querida ,, yo viajo muy seguido a EEUU y siempre me gusta visitar esas tiendas ,, se ven que tienen muchos objetos vintage

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