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Three French Hen’s French Market

This weekend I went to the 3 French Hens French Country market on Morris, IL. What a great market! It had over 80 vendors with tons to look at, and the prices were super reasonable! I love how the vendors brought such amazing displays and vintage pieces. I also stopped at Whimsy and Ruby Begonia’s to so a little shopping after the Three French Hen’s French Market

The area it’s in has such a great vibe on it’s own. Near the canal, it makes it so pleasant to just walk around.

T-shirts with clocks on them
  There was all kinds of vintage and handmade. I loved these handmade T-shirts with vintage clocks on them. I also thought the displays were so gorgeous.
Sign for a vendor space

I loved this clever use of a  broken table top to double as a sign.

The canal in donwtown Morris, IL
  The view of the canal was gorgeous!
Sock monkeys

How cute are these sweet sock monkeys! I haven’t seen these in years and they brought me right back to my childhood!

French plates

There were all kinds of vintage items and even veggies to shop from at the Three French Hen’s French Market.

There was also a baker there who had these amazing cupcakes. Everything looked so good!
Vanilla cupcakes

This little artist was selling his gorgeous artwork! I asked his mom for permission to post this picture.

Young talented painter Ethan
  Ethan is 8 and painted this painting! So, so talented!  I know big things are ahead of him!
Jewelry displayed on a branch


There was also a lot of gorgeous jewelry displayed.

Ruby Begonia's


Vintage pitcher with the letter 4 on it

And I have a thing for vintage frames. These had the best patina.

Vintage picture frames

There were some really fun displays for the 4th of July too.

4th of July display with a vintage suitcase
There was so much to see. I bought some great things plus a gorgeous orange-ruffled coneflower from one of the plant vendors for my garden. I can’t wait to plant it!
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