Tuesday, September 27, 2011
of my plant or yard picks. Some are sanded down and made
to look a little more rustic than the others. I also put them
together on jute with snowflakes and ribbon in between
to create a garland. They were a good seller for me last
year. The picks to the right are much smaller but are very
cute in a plant or even used as a gift accessory.
ones come with dowels for the back so that they can stand and
a whole in the crotch area for a dowel for a pick. Your choice.
They are “Glittered up” cause I love all things sparkly and glittery.
The gingerbread couple are made from wood bodies
and fabric clothing. They are also hand painted. Below
I have picks with a gingerbread head. The picks are so
dang cute poked into a wooden box filled with greenery and
pinecones as well as the gingerbread men. (Posted at a later date.)
You can never have enough gingerbread men. Oh and I have
Garlands coming up as well as pins and ornaments. Told ya
I loved everything gingerbread !
actually there isn’t a logical explanation except that I LOVE THE HOLIDAYS!
These fence boards have been transformed into a Santa, a tree, and
last but not least a snowman. I can’t believe how much fun it
is to dream up these characters. I sold one at the Market on Saturday, and
know that it found it’s way to a good home. The singles will be fun too.
I am looking forward to designing a penguin and a gingerbread as well.
Maybe even a group for a nativity scene.
Ho! Ho! Ho! and Fa lah lah ! So many ideas and so little time.
Sunday, September 18, 2011
Monday, September 12, 2011
Pumpkin Trio: Perfect for Sept. – Nov.
They are approximately, starting from the tallest
to the smallest 13” X 11”, 7” X 11”, and 6” X 8”.
They are repurposed from cedar boards and have been
painted with exterior paint. They come in a variety of
styles and mixed colors of orange, white and light green
stripes. Rebar is attached for a secure and sturdy stake.
Price: $15.00 per set
Sunday, September 11, 2011
kind of things that’s for sure. My daughter-in-law has
one and it was so fun to see the baby birds stick their
little heads out to say tweet tweet. Below are some close-ups
of some of the birdhouses.
I love the “Winkey”ones.