Month: April 2012

Just popping in with a few photos. My favorite time to go down to
Colonial Williamsburg with the girls is at dusk. I love watching them
flit about and seeing all the lanterns glow. Oh how I love this time of
year! (I took these photos before we left for New Hampshire but am a bit
behind on posting.)


We are on our way back to Williamsburg today and once I get settled in I have about 1200 photos to go through so I should have lots of things to share in the next couple of weeks!


I am excited to offer another giveaway today in honor of Mother’s Day!

Today we are giving away a $75 gift certificate to London Reid

And all of our readers are getting a 30% discount! YAY!

There are a lot of beautiful items over at London Reid, but my favorite is the necklace below:

And here are some other lovely pieces:

So, how can you win this $75 gift card?

We have been busy working on quite a few different new products from new Ruler Growth Charts, oversized “As for me and my house…” signs with hooks, and new screenprinted burlap and cotton pillows. Unfortunately because we are switching on how we do things so we can start producing much larger quantites we have run into a few snags as we change how things are printed.

We have been busy working away up here in NH. We’ve been working on
several new products as well as making over some furniture and today I
need to actually get to work making some projects for Lola’s birthday
party this weekend. I had all these grand ideas but so far have just
made a few tissue paper flowers – ahhhh!

  I have been busy up here in NH working on some projects so I didn’t have time for a post today but wanted to pop in quickly and announce the winner of our Crafted by Kerstin Giveaway!

Congratulations to Rachel! I am so excited for you! 

Last week I decided to paint this little side table. Ever since I painted the coffee table this one has been driving me crazy. I normally don’t like “matchy matchy” but I didn’t want to spend any money so I just used the leftover Revere Pewter (by Benjamin Moore) from the coffee table.