Sunday, November 15, 2009
Christmas on the Farm is well underway...It seems many people are decorating early this year due to the wonderful (and long-awaited) warm weather we have been having. I saw a tree twinkling in a window on my way home from watching my son perform the last of three "Grease" productions @ school. When you step into the shop, see the greenery, breathe in the fragrance of pine, cranberry and cinnamon...and hear the carols playing...you will find your heart skipping a beat at the thought of the upcoming holiday! New in just this week are linens, lamps, candles, and more. Don't forget we have 2010 calendars by Legacy Publishing. They fit the Lang wall holders. We also have the pocket calendars. This Friday and Saturday is our 6th annual "Doe on the Go" girlfriend's weekend, when you bring a girlfriend or two, you all get 2 "bucks" off your purchase of $10.00 or more!! This is our busiest weekend of the year! When the "buck" is away...the "doe" goes shopping!! I hope you can come on out to the farm, the cider will be on!!!
Thursday, November 12, 2009
It is THAT TIME again!! With Christmas music playing in the background, the rich fragrance of apple, cinnamon, and sugar cookies, and the rich, warm colors of Christmas, you are sure to get into the mood for Christmas as soon as you step into the porch. Here is just a sampling of the goodies you will find @ Bittersweet Farm this holiday season...These battery-operated taper candles are wonderful for on the wall, they flicker just like a real flame. Turn off the main lights and have a few of these going with a fragrant candle and the tree lights...you will enjoy the calm spirit of Christmas in the evening...
Hand-made wool ornament...warm up the outside of a gift, and it will become a treasured ornament!So...Come on out to the farm to experience the warmth and fragrance of Christmas!
A very small reminder of the meaning of the season...
Another favorite Billy Jacobs print! Look at the pine trees...the stone house is reminiscent of New England early housing...
An early American wrought iron candle holder looks festive decked out for Christmas!
How about this couple to add to your snowman collection?
Do you like the black & white for your decor? This looks wonderful light up with the four votives. A few berries tucked around it would make it festive!