Thursday, November 9, 2017


Come visit us at home for the holidays! 

Open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday through November and into December.

Saturday, October 21, 2017


Life is lived in a circle and dates keep coming back to us. The joy of brightening other's lives, bearing each other's burdens and supplanting weary hearts with thoughtful gifts becomes for us, the magic of the holidays. 

These are our newest message blocks which stand on their own on a shelf or ledge, hang on a wall or fence or can lay flat in the ground as a ste[ppoping stone. Speaking of stepping stones, here are three new designs for the season. These are easy gifts for gardeners on your list.
We're HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS. Come to our opening night garden party, Thursday, November 2 from 4-8 pm. Enjoy good eats, live music and free craft activities in our studio, two floors filled with cool handmade gifts and home decor. We'll be open 10-5 every Friday, Saturday and Sunday through November into December.

Thursday, October 19, 2017

Cheery Holiday Message Block Creative Workshop

Cheery Holiday Message Block

Who doesn’t love bringing a little of the outside in, especially if it includes a cheery little redbird? Bemby Yocum will lead two sessions on December 2nd at the HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS sale and will help you create this inspirational message block. You will add your own personalized message to this charming wooden bird perched on a branch. Also, as an added bonus this bird can perch anywhere since everything is mounted on 2” wood that can either hang on a wall, stand on a bookshelf or windowsill. For more information and to enroll:…/cheery-holiday-message-block

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Home for the Holidays Guest Artist: MARILYN GASH

Artist Marilyn Gash has been creating and sewing since she can remember. Her creative passion is geared toward stitchery and creates unique hand stitched/appliqued wool ornaments, decorative pillows, sweet little custard cup pincushions, and vintage album page wall hangings that are unique in themselves. These charming items will be available at HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS, opening Thursday, Novenber 2 and running every Friday, Saturday and Sunday oin November. Open 10-5.

Monday, October 16, 2017

Home for the Holidays Guest Artist: BEMBY YOCUM

Bemby also loves Christmas. To celebrate the holiday, she has created a Nativity set available in two sizes, a kneeling Santa complete with a manger and woodland animals. The Nativity is also depicted on three pallet wood pieces that can stand or hang on the wall. You will find signs that can hang alone or be combined with a From the Summer’s Garden wreath. Come join us for the Home for the Holidays opening party on Thursday, November 2nd from 4-8 pm, then every Friday, Saturday and Sunday through the first weekend in December. More info: 

Home for the Holidays Guest Artist: BEMBY YOCUM

Winter is artist Bemby Yocum’s favorite season! She loves using natural elements in many of her designs. You will see evidence of this in the form of candleholders or perches for many of her whimsical wooden birds. Bemby’s fun graphic trees are available in sets of three and with a set of her charming woodland animals and you will have a unique winter scape to enjoy all through the season. Her birdhouses are decorated for indoor winter d├ęcor but can transition to the outside for the real birds in the spring!  

Thursday, October 12, 2017


We are excited to introduce Dian Stanley as a new artist for our holiday Studio Sale, HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS. Her specialty is fiber of all types and she has been a fabric collector since her childhood. She is an accomplished sewist, an art quilter, a weaver and a paper enthusiast. Her work has been published in magazines and she actively participates in art exhibits and showings. Dian is also a member of Eclectics Gift Gallery in Kansas City. For the holiday sale this year Dian has been preparing a range of fabric and paper Christmas ornaments, unique clutch purses and framed wall art. HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS opens Thursday, November 2 and run into the first week in December.