Friday, December 25, 2009
A very merry white Christmas from Overland Park, Kansas, December 25, 2009.
winter bobble head
I planted this little balsam in the back yard this year. When it is large enough,
we want to put lights on it so we can see it from our kitchen table.
Happy Holidays fr-rom the Sum-m-mers G-g-arden.
Monday, December 14, 2009
Thanks to everyone who visited
our SNOW WHAT FUN
Holiday Gift Open House.
It was great fun to see all of you.
Remember if you still want to pick up anything made by
Steve all you have to do is call
913-579-5395 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
to make an appointment to visit.
We wish you Happy Holidays and time to have fun with your family and friends.
(Maybe you'll even get a chance to sit down and start looking through some of those
2010 seed catalogs!)
Friday, November 27, 2009
Tuesday, November 24, 2009
Saturday, November 21, 2009
Needle tufted pins by Robin MacKintosh
Handmade Lampe work bracelet by Rose Marie Dammann
Door Charms by Lisa Freeman
Beaded Fiber Crosses by Lisa Freeman
Mah Jongg bracelets by Linda Maloney
Fiber Wall Pieces by South 20 Studio
Paper Mache Birds by Lauri Meyers
Mask by Judy Chesnut and Vickie McClain
Pillow by Jenny Allen
Urn and Metal Stand by Sandy Cozad
Monday, November 16, 2009
Our SNOW WHAT FUN soaps and skin cremes are handmade by Bill Jones, a teacher in the Liberty school district. Bill is truly a Renaissance man and there is no end to the variety of interests and activities with which he is involved. Near and dear to his heart is Project Mexico. Earnings from soap and skin cremes at the Holiday Gift Open House are donated to project Mexico which funds St. Innocent Orphanage for boys in Mexico.
Sunday, November 15, 2009
We're halfway into SNOW WHAT FUN and it has been a pleasure to see so many of you stop by to say "Hi" and to browse our wide selection of handmade and clever holiday gifts. We restock and merchandise daily to keep the displays and presentation fresh and full. Please join us! We're open Friday, Saturday and Sunday 10-9, November 20, 21 & 22 and Thanksgiving weekend, November 27, 28 & 29.
Mosaic Frames and Memory Books
Embroidered Wool Ornaments
Inspirational Door Charms
Recycled Tin Sculpture
Plasma Cut Metal Garden Sculpture
Spunky Messages Necklaces
Richly Scented Votive Candles
Handsome Pet Treat and Jewelry Boxes
Cut-out and Embroidered Felt Ornaments
Thursday, October 29, 2009
More than just a decorative touch for your wall or door, wreaths have existed in various forms since the time of the ancient Romans. Laurie's family has Scandinavian roots and is well-acquainted with St. Lucia who wore a wreath with lighted candles on her head. Candles light
the winter night and are a sign of hope for the future light of spring.
Snow What Fun Wreaths
Much symbolism can be attributed to the Christmas wreath. The shape of a circle has no beginning and no ending. This may represent the eternal nature of God's love or the circle of life. Today, a wreath adds a wonderful decorative touch, both year round and at Christmas
time. It is a sign of faith in humanity and life and of victory over life's challenges. Whether you hang a wreath on the door to welcome visitors or on a wall to complete a room's decor,the splash of color on a cold winter's day is sure to add a feeling of warmth, building excitement for the coming season.