Behind the Picket Fence in Hamilton offers distinctive gift concepts, antiques

Paula Torrey’s new business, Behind the picket fence, in Hamilton is chock stuffed with gift concepts, antiques and new and used things.

I’ve done craft fairs for twenty five years and currently have a store front,” Torrey aforesaid. “When I started i used to be simply visiting have holidays – i’ve got Christmas and Thanksgiving on the other hand I got frenzied and visited ultranationalistic, farm and ranch and then far more.”

The store currently has things for all the vacations — day, Thanksgiving, Easter, Valentines, St. Patrick’s Day and Mother’s Day.

We even have a fencing,” Torrey aforesaid.

Decorative things additionally are available themes of Africa, frogs, snowmen, elephants, giraffes, cats and owls. Antiques and collectibles embrace low and tea, laundry area, humor, yard and a lot of. There are sunflowers, welcome signs, ornaments, pumpkins, western, chickens, horses, cows, pigs, boots and fun things for teenagers. There are even scrapbooking materials – that may be out of print shortly to create area for a group of life critters.

Torrey will create a number of the things in her store like ornaments, towels and material books however additionally carries homespun–looking things. Knit stockings and small quilts are do-it-yourself by others.

They look do-it-yourself however I didn’t create all of them,” she said. “Some are specialty things ordered new, some are crafted by others with a country look. i really like to urge uncommon things — i really like everything in here. costs are cheap — once I get a decent deal I pass it on.”

Torrey began stitching material books for young kids as a craft project 35-years agone. Her textile machine is ready up and he or she works on them between customers.

Little material books are good for tiny children — they’re soft, tender and drip-dry,” Torrey aforesaid.

An islet down the center of the shop is full of furnishings purchasable that Torrey has classified as “shabby stylish.”

The one in every of a form things go quickly and distinctive things show Torrey’s sense of humor.

I like funny things,” she said. “I have prints by Steve Wilson and lots of different footage.”

Behind the fencing has been open for 2 months and is in a straightforward access location on U.S. Highway 93. Bring an addict and arrange a searching outing for fun, antique and foxy things.

Behind the fencing is within the poplar tree Business center, 914 N. 1st Street, close to Rainbow’s finish Natural Foods store in Hamilton. notice Behind the fencing on Facebook or decision 406-369-2712.