Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Hydrangea tip

These gorgeous hydrangeas have lasted 10 days so far! A great tip: dip the stems in alum (found in the spice aisle) before placing in water. I also did this each time I gave them a fresh cut every few days. Works for me! Shown in one of our popular decorative planter boxes. ‪#‎myhydrangeahome

Thursday, June 16, 2016

What's for breakfast...

What's for breakfast...toasted Ezekiel bread brushed with lemon olive oil, topped with part skim ricotta, avocado tossed in fresh lemon, salt, pepper, fresh herbs and a drizzle of lemon olive oil on top. Try it! 

Sunday, June 12, 2016

Shop is Open!

Come see what's new!
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Shops will remain open until 6/17. Keep up with us on social media for future sale dates.
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Monday, May 23, 2016

Shop Announcement

We are taking much needed time to create in the studio. We will reopen June 11th-17th with all new designs! 

Friday, April 15, 2016

Upcoming Show!

We will be participating in a new Vintage and Handmade market next weekend on the North Fork of Long Island, NY. Come say hello if you're local. It's for a great cause! And just in time for Mother's Day shopping! Info below.

Monday, March 21, 2016

Rustic Floral Centerpiece DIY

This floral piece may look like it took a lot of time but no, it couldn't be easier! 

4 mason jars
1 rustic planter box (find HERE)
1 small bunch of lemon leaf
1 small bunch of seeded eucalyptus
6 mini green hydrangeas
4 stems of pink alstroemerias
6 stems of purple asters

1. Fill jars with water and floral preservative.
2. Strip leaves from lower stems that will be under water. 
3. Trim stems under water. 
4. I like to start with the greens. 
5. Add the mini hydrangeas. 
6. Add the alstroemerias.
7. Add the asters.