Handmade Easter Baskets
The Clay Pot
It was so much fun making these handmade…
and I might add…organic looking
They are so simple to make.
Take any kind of paper…
(we used white packing material)
Cut or rip the paper into strips.
Mix equal parts basic school glue and water.
Cover a deep salad or cereal bowl complely with cellophane.
Dip you paper strips in the glue/water mixture and lay strips over bowl.
Continue until your bowl is completely covered.
Let dry for 24 hours…
Carefully, lift paper basket off of bowl…separating you paper from you cellophane.
Add grass and eggs!
Display and enjoy!
Yarn Ball Wreaths
We created these yarn ball wreaths
for the lobby of the
Volunteer Building in Chattanooga, TN.
We were given large artificial wreaths
to work with for our base.
To go with the sleek remodeled look of
the interiors, designed by Rodney Simmons
of REVIVAL, I knew I wanted to keep them
clean and simple.
We added fresh cedar and wrapped styrofoam balls
with different muted shades of yarn.
Love how using just these two simple elements,
made the simple artificial wreaths quite stunning!
Holiday Wall of Logs
We created this wall of logs display
behind our checkout counter
at the shop for the holidays.
A limb just happened to fall in the front yard…
so we decided to slice it up!
Thanks to my brother…and his chainsaw!
We hung the log disks using
Velcro peel and stick squares.
Love the contrast of the wood and the white.
The holidays are so much fun…
finding fun ways to tweak
The Clay Pot!
The Clay Pot
This year we varied the styles of our
“Fir Ladies” for Holiday 2012…
the short & sassy mini,
the bohemian with long flowing skirt
and the classic one-shoulder mid length.
Had such a fun time creating these for
the windows at
“K :: A Boutique by Katherine Roberts”
in Chattanooga, TN
…they debuted in her holiday windows tonight!
Stop by and check out “the ladies” and
do some fun shopping in Katherine’s beautiful boutique
during the holidays!
“Step Up To The Plate”
Here’s a fun easy way to add some WOW to a wall…
You can use any assortment of salad plates.
I always group them on the floor first
to see how the colors work together…
using peel off velcro…
peel and stick.
I like placing them close together on a wall,
that way, you don’t even need a tape measure.
“The Clay Pot”
Here is a sampling of some of the new looks
we have been working on at the shop.
It’s always fun coming up with new display ideas.
January is the perfect month
for making changes and sprucing up the shop…
We would love for you to “like” us on our facebook page
to see even more of what we are doing…
Tell us what you think of the shop!