Tuesday, November 30, 2010
I am giving you a peek.... and this is it until after the tour.
My home is small and I tend to over do things, especially when I decorate. I just don't know how to do it any other way.
Posted by Lori Miller, Round barn Potting Co. at 6:47 AM
Sunday, November 28, 2010
With the economy and the whole green thing going on, hand crafted is the push right now. I truly love my local artists and I believe that my Barn could not have the unique look it has without them. My crafter's knit, not only scarves, but mittens and hats as well. They make pillows and dolls and canvas and art and they are truly inspirational to us all. Now - if only I had time for my own designs.... someday. In this post I am featuring the art by my friends Sue Wolfe, Renee Ellena and my new friend Sue Abramowski.
Angels - Renee Ellena
Sue Wolfe Designs
Sue Abramowski designs
- various prices
- various prices
decorated clips and twine to hang your Christmas cards or photos
Oh my, do I have to get busy.
It is time for a POWER list.
Only 6 days until the home tour. When 100's of women and men, well mostly women.... 1-2 men will come through and I can never tell if they are happy to be escorting the Mrs. or if it is a pay back thing. One year, Mr. guest stayed out front and shoveled snow for me. We had a ton of snow that year. All of my pots and outdoor vignettes were buried... oh jeez
Not done. Not done. Lots to do...oh my!
Deep breathe. make the list...
Posted by Lori Miller, Round barn Potting Co. at 4:44 AM
Friday, November 26, 2010
It is starting here with some cold weather and a little bit of snow. Now is the time to start preparing the house for Christmas, but first some pumpkin pie, I love pumpkin pie for breakfast the day after Thanksgiving... yummy. Many people shop the weekend after thanksgiving so I hope you all plan on stopping at the Barn for your special gifts. I am trying to prepare a post with my special artisian gifts that are at the Barn this year. Stay tuned. For now these pictures are a continuation of the front room with the large penguin table. Browns and whites and greens and loads of nature...birch and pine and birch.
this is one of the real trees I drag in every year
lanterns are very hot this year
and again words are hot, hot, HOT
I did something similar on my front door at home this year
this is the other real tree tucked in with all the birch trees
Posted by Lori Miller, Round barn Potting Co. at 5:57 AM