Wednesday, August 27, 2008

French Market

As most of you know I recently closed my brick and mortar shop to travel and do shows. There are many lines I carried in the shop that I am not able to sell at these venues so I will be offering them for sale here on the blog. If you are interested please email me to arrange to purchase something. I will answer any questions as well. I accept Paypal, personal checks and money orders. I will charge exact shipping and insurance is required on all items. All sales are final.

Large lotus flower candle holder>> $32 (candle not included--2 available)

Small lotus candle holder>>$17 (2 available)

Set of 3 tin pots in soft blue-green with pink roses (lg-9 1/4" tall) (med-8" tall) (sm-6 1/2" tall)
$52 for the set

Petite dress form (not old) 27 1/2" tall>>$135

Reproduction mercury glass vase (7 1/2" tall)>>$38

Set of three reproduction mercury glass candle holders (lg-8" med 5 1/2" sm 3")
$60 for set

Burlap messenger bag--4 available>>$34

Framed bird nest available in black or green wood>>$28 (2 black, 2 green available)

Resin finial from Aidan Gray 14" tall ( 2 available)>>$45 each

Monday, August 11, 2008

Cheers For Caty

We all go about ours days wrapped up in our own little worlds and often take what we have for granted. I recently received an email from a reader who is trying to get the story of a young girl out there who recently learned that her world is about to change drastically. She's being very brave but we all need to keep her in our thoughts and prayers. Please check out her story at



Sunday, August 10, 2008

The Gardens At Sweet Pea

Well it's official~~the dog days of summer are here. We go from one extreme to the other. No rain, too much rain. I am actually quite surprised by the stamina of my gardens this year, as usually most of my plants are looking more than a bit tired by now. It isn't easy to garden in Florida. Early on I tried to achieve the cottage garden look, and I will admit that I wasted a lot of money on fussy perennials that never stood a chance even though Jackson and Perkins guaranteed they would. Those plants are but a memory now, and while I long for peonies, snapdragons and delphiniums I have learned to use what works in this brutal climate I call home. Here is a look inside the gardens at Sweet Pea...

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