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Thursday, March 20, 2008

I have to admit this has been the most exciting weeks we have had at the store since the holidays. All of the dealers have been in with some incredible finds, some that barely made it in the door before they sold and others that have helped transform the store into an Enchanting Spring Delight.

We have a lot of exciting events coming up in the next few weeks that I will talk about at the end of the blog, plus I will send reminders as the time gets closer.

I hope you enjoy this weeks blog.

Hope to see you soon!

Devon just brought these in today, they are boxwood wreaths made from real plants and then preserved. These come in three sizes and look great hung over a mirror.



What could be prettier then these framed fern prints. This table scape would look perfect on an outside covered patio or screen porch.

Wendy brought me some incredible metal chandeliers from Ms. Wendy's. This one looks so pretty on the porch, with it's spring flowers. Click on the picture for more detail.

Thriller~Filler~Spiller, that is what Joy creates when she plants a container. The Thriller is the tall piece that grows upward like this dainty fern, the filler is moss, or a low growing plant of your choice and the spiller is the trailing ivy. All together they build a very pretty arrangement.

Has anyone ever seen a Craftsman tool box look more beautiful then this? Another creation by Joy.

Here is another beautiful metal chandelier from Ms. Wendy's. The picture does not do it justice. Again click on the photo for more detail.

Brenda has potted up some more of her wonderful Hypertufa planters this one is filled with fragrant lavender.

Our newest artist I told you about last week, has brought in a few more of her wonderful bird themed collage plates. This one is so Beautiful

Deborah brought in this sweet bird nest from her home, it is truly amazing how much care is taken in molding a nest like this. Take a closer look and see if you can spot the skeleton leaves.

Cute corbels cut in half to create these wonderful aged bookend
Tammy and James are a very talented duo. At one time this old armoire probably had a damaged veneer or mirrored door, They used scraps of old wood to create not only a new door, but a whole new look as well.

Old Prescription files

Antique Oak Chest of Drawers

Cute white shelf or bookcase

Dates to Remember...

Saturday April 12th ~ The Plum Tree's Big Spring Sale

(we can't call it a yard sale) but the prices will give it away.

Outside in the Garden

Tuesday April 22nd Earth Day

We will be celebrating all week with a big event planned for Saturday April 26th.

Master Gardeners will be on hand to answer your gardening questions, Kids event and plenty of plants. Door prizes and give-a-ways.

Details later


sweetpea said...

Hi Cindy! The shop looks great! I see lots of goodies! Happy Easter!



The Feathered Nest said...

ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL!!!! YAAAAAY! Cindy this is the most wonderful post ever....makes me drool and want to jump in my car to bolt over there!!!! Joy, that tool box,OMGoodness ~ you are so amazing....I love it all Cindy, you guys are rockin'!!

xxoo, Dawn

Lady Em said...

I love it all!! What a really neat way to plant things. That is amazing. The store looks great, I can't wait to visit, and load up with goodies!!

Julie said...

You've got me thinking of spring even though we are still buried in snow up here.

Joy said...

The blog is great. The store is great. Spring is great. It's just a damn great day.:-)

Cynthia Holt Ziemian said...

I just discovered your great blog and shop! Everything looks great! Would love to see some updated pics. I just started my own blog a few weeks ago, would love for you to check it out! Cynthia