I’m always going on about how wonderful a Glittermoon Vintage Christmas wreath would look hanging over top of a mirror.
Well, I just received this picture of Ding Dong Bell after it was hung in its new home. Talk about a WOW factor!! Jan took the mirror thing a step further and hung it over this amazing round plaque which itself is on a mirror. It looks fabulous! And, what a festive atmosphere; check out what else is in the photo. Looks like its time to party! I love it.
If you are near Richmond, this Saturday, November 19, is the Northside Artists Holiday Artwalk. I’m back this year and will be located in the Atrium at the Ginter Place condos, 1350 Westwood Ave., Richmond 23227. We will have 7 artists here alone! This is a terrific way to kick off your holiday shopping by walking the lovely streets of my own neighborhood, Laburnum Park and Sherwood Park in the beautiful Northside of town.
This year we have 48 artists representing a multitude of mediums: everything from artisanal chocolates to jewelry, pottery, painting, fiber arts, and much more. I hope you will join me. This is my last event in the RVA area for the year!
For more information, please click here to go to the Facebook page.
Hours are from 9-5.
In other news, I’m still totally swamped trying to get things made. At this point, I only have 1 wreath that is available, Blue Rocket. I’m still working feverishly to meet commitments and to have some inventory for you all to choose from so please don’t despair. As we get a bit into December, I hope to have more to choose from. I appreciate your everlasting patience!
And, finally, I am so honored that Brent and Josh, the Beekman 1802 Boys, invited me to once again be a part of their holiday website. It went live this week. These are the 2 wreaths that are up first (though I have to tell you that the Santa one sold immediately). I will keep making more for them as wreaths sell so please do visit their page, Beekman1802.com. Their products are phenomenally good and are all artisanal. If you are not familiar with them, they are 2 guys with a fantastic story, who work very, very hard, and who believe in giving back. I’ve written numerous posts about them and about their hometown of Sharon Springs, NY if you want to check them out. I’m incredibly proud to be one of their artisans.
And just in case I don’t get back to you before then, Happy Thanksgiving everyone! I have more things to be grateful for than I could ever count. I hope you do, too. xo