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New ways to Personalize your Ring Holder

Elise Thomas

New ways to Personalize your Ring Holder

Have something you want to say? Share your sentiments with someone special using one these unique personalized ring holder options. 1. Consider adding scripture, a poem or another meaningful short phrase to the rim. It can even be in a another language! Ring holder with Hebrew   Ring Holder with Scripture   2. Customize your colors & add 'I do'. Perfect for engagements, this ring holder includes the love bird's initials & wedding date and can be customized to match the wedding colors. Custom Engagement Ring Holder   3. 'For the Love Birds' is another sweet option to add to the...


Bird plant stakes get a packaging makeover

Bird plant stakes get a packaging makeover

Some exciting news for gift givers: I've redesigned the packaging for my plant stakes, so they've got a lovely new look! The long, thin nature of these little guys always makes packaging them a challenge. And it's important to me that your recipient is struck with the beauty, craftsmanship & care of your choice, right out of the box. I've designed a backing card to illustrate the use of these bird plant stakes in a beautiful way. I've even included a tag line: "Every Plant Deserves a Touch of Whimsy". To complete the look, I've sourced clear poly sleeves to show...


New Product News: Flower Hair Sticks

Elise Thomas

New Product News: Flower Hair Sticks

Hair sticks are always a popular holiday gift, after all, they're one size fit all! It's also way to give your loved ones something you've selected just for them: Choose their favorite flower color. I have an almost limitless palette of glass colors - both opaque and transparents. What color would suit your sweetie? 


New Barn Office

Elise Thomas

New Barn Office

It's been an interesting few months here on the farm! We've been busy converting part of our 8 stall barn into a new office space for the biz. This involved cutting new openings for sliding doors, pouring new concrete floors, installing in floor heat, adding skylights and finally, insulation & paneling. It's exhausting even typing all that out! And I didn't even mention the mountains of junk, layers of straw and dung soaked dirt that had to be dug out first. (Anyone with a barn knows how they are a magnet for all manner of junk.) Anyway, here's the reveal!...


Frit ceremony, finished bowl

Elise Thomas

Frit ceremony, finished bowl

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