Sunday, January 30, 2011
Lots more to get made and added later but here are the ones finished so far. PLEASE NOTE - Much of the country, except south is expecting probably the worst winter weather of the season this week. I will be watching and timing shipping accordingly to insure the safety of your candles during transport. Those with February/March weddings leave tomorrow through USPS Priority Mail. 80% of the candles shown are done earlier than expected and will be shipped sometime this coming week, most during the later half of the week. If you have any questions on the shipping of your set please contact me through ETSY. Watch Sunday evening for more photos to be added.
Friday, January 28, 2011
Do you love the look of flowering branches or trees in the spring? Need a stunning centerpiece for your event? I am creating faux Cherry or Apple Blossom Trees that are right at 3 ft tall. Place in your own container, fluff and they are ready for your event. They come in white/ivory, yellow, green, and pink flowers. Shown on table are three of the four colors. Decorative tins to pot them in are readily available at Target, Walmart, Michaels, Hobby Lobby, Lowes, etc at this time of the year. Check out my ETSY STORE.
Sunday, January 16, 2011
Monday, January 10, 2011
With the holidays, sickness and the passing of a family member I haven't been loading pics like normal. These candles were done over the last few weeks. Some have shipped, some ship this week and some ship next week. If you need to ORDER A CANDLE JUST VISIT MY ETSY STORE
Wednesday, January 5, 2011
This is one of the most popular themes for weddings now days. The jewel tones are beautiful and provide a wonderful canvas for personalized items. Everything from the shoes for the bride to invites, etc. Here are some of my favorite Peacock items on Etsy
Sunday, January 2, 2011
We spent Christmas week in a vigil awaiting my Uncle George's death. He died in the wee hours of Tuesday morning. He had been a veteran of World War II but never talked about it. Back in May, Nashville TN experienced massive flooding. My aunt and uncle's house had anywhere from 4-6 feet in it. After the waters receded we started salvaging. In a cedar chest we found his Steelheart Bible. The bible was a pocket bible that had a steel cover on it. It was given to soldier's to put in their front chest pocket to over their hearts. The steelcover was to stop a bullet. That was in the chest along with his uniform hat, dog tags, unit patches, bronze star, purple heart and more awards. For his funeral we took the items we had saved and cleaned and created this work of love to pay tribute to a wonderful man.