Thursday, September 6, 2007

My Little Houses

In retail you get used to ordering merchandise in the off season. You order Holiday items in January and Spring items in July. So when I am asked to produce projects for the various magazines I do freelance work for it comes easy. I made these cute little house this past winter for Better Homes and Gardens Holiday Crafts magazine (on news stands through December).

If you are interested in making some of your own little houses the templates appear in the back of the magazine and we are selling the embellishment kits at the store. There is an assortment of vintage and new holiday decorations (glass balls, bottle brush trees, plastic deer, snowmen for example) in the kits. It is priced at $25. Give us a ring if you have questions or would like to order one. The kits will be ready in about 3 weeks.

Shop # (912)201-0015


McMaster & Storm said...

i finally got you linked on our blog. thanks for the help. have a good rest of the week!

Michelle R said...

LOVE these houses...bought the mag just for the article! Can't wait until you have your online store up!

Kimberley said...

Hi, Liz!

I was so excited to see that your website actually had something on it (and that you have a blog!) I visited your store about three years ago, and LOVED it. I hear that you usually have loads of Halloween stuff, but have never been able to get back to Savannah around this time of year. Maybe next year I can get some of those goodies from your online shop.

Best of luck with everything!

Anonymous said...

Went to the site on the day the bh&g came out. Glad to see the little house on site on. Would like phone # to order kit. Nanette

Abby Kerr Ink said...

Hi, Liz--

Thanks for adding me as a link on your blog! I check your blog frequently. I had been waiting and waiting for your website to go up, and when it finally did, I was thrilled! Beautiful job and very fun to look around. Our own site goes live October 1st...can't wait.

Kara from McMaster & Storm has said so many nice things about you and your shop. I would love to meet you sometime. Kara & I will meet for the first time in person at the Country Living fair this weekend.

Best wishes!

--Abby at The Blissful (see my blog post from September 24th) :)

Amy Nieto said...

Liz! This is Amy Nieto, @Home's #1 Groupie!

Oh how happy I am to have found you AND Haylie on the blogworld! I miss you all SO TERRIBLY! I miss Savannah and my heart longs for Broughton Street, your ribbons and cupcakes!

I am hoping HOPING to make it Savannah for the Mutation Craft Fair this november. If I do, you KNOW I'm gonna stop by the store. I'm glad you liked my article, you know it was written with love!

I will add your blog to my blogfeeds right now. A big hug to you and everybody at the store.


Heather - Speckled Egg said...

Hi! I found your site through this magazine! LOVE the houses!!!! Your shop looks amazing!!!!

Sarah B. B. said...

I also found your site/shop through the magazine article - I'm madly in love with these houses, and am debating a Halloween/Fall version as we speak. I'm very sad not to have found the article two weeks ago, since I was in Savannah for work. Now, I have to wait till January to visit... Sigh.

Sweet Remembrance said...

I love the little houses...
I will have to visit your store for sure!

Mary Kay Andrews said...

Liz--What a great-looking blog and website! So glad I got to drop by the shop while I was in town. I always need my @Home fix in Savannah. I took your advice and did some great junking on Gloucester Street in Brunswick. Check me out at kudzutelegraph.blogspot. big hugs, Mary Kay Andrews

Grandma Jan said...

Hi Liz
Love your article in Paula deen's new Christmas magazine.

My son-in -law does web pages and I want him to help you because I love you store and want to shop on line.

his email

I am planning a trip to Savannah next fall 2008.

Janice in Columbia Mo