A Unique Primitive Art with a whisper to the past~

These truly ARE the voices in my head.

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Harvest Festival!

A quick note, my friends...

it has been a busy and hectic time here at 
The Cottage.
The magazine release has kept me so busy,
for that I am so grateful.
We also lost a member of our family; unexpectedly.
We will miss her terribly
but she taught us all well. 
We celebrate her life.

I have also been trying to prepare for my most favorite show in my area...

A click on the banner will get you all of the information...

I look forward to seeing old friends and making new.

The ETSY team will also be there, so if you have ever thought of having your own online business of handmades, a wonderful opportunity is presented!

See you there!


Lori from Notforgotten Farm said...

I would so love to come and visit you at your show my sweet talented friend ~ please share photos for those of us who couldn't come?
have a wonderful show & Brightest blessings be yours!

susan hemann said...

Good luck with your show! You are so creative, have a good week!

Jackie Reeder said...

just wanted to let you know that my son bought your Mr. Diggins at the Sharon Springs harvest festival and i am in love. He is just beautiful

Stacey said...

Thank you ladies.. some pictures to follow.
Lori, my wish is to visit the Farmhouse some day~ You always steal my heart and make it grin!
Susan~ Wish we lived closer, thank you for always being so supportive. I appreciate that you always take time to visit me here!
Jackie~ You have an amazing son! He was such a delight to talk with him and share those sparks of creative spirit! His very special young man seems to budding out in it all also. What a great thing to pass down!

The Rustic Victorian said...

Hello dear Stacey,
I am so sorry for your family's loss.
I hope the show was good for you. I thought of you when I saw Therialt's new video on early cloth dolls The Blackler Collection.. it is very good.


Have a wonderful Fall!