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Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Shoppe Update....

I know that many of you missed out on our Vienna Twig (also called German Twig) Christmas trees last year here at the shoppe.

Even though it's early yet, we are already down to limited quantities. We have one 7 foot tree and one 4 1/2 foot tree available.

We have the silicone tipped Christmas tree lights again this year and still have a fair amount on hand even though they have been selling quickly.

With the Elk Lake Craft Show this coming weekend, I wanted to also let you know that we hope you stop in either before or after attending because we have many of our handmades here at the shoppe. I've been busy creating Christmas primitives for my customers and want to remind you that we don't mass produce our handmades. Each item is handcrafted one at a time, each one different in their own way, from my heart and hands to your home. Our prices are affordable too, so it may be worth stopping in before going to the craft show just to compare prices. Our large handcrafted snowman sits atop a rusty bed spring surrounded by primitive greenery and is only $18, we have red ticking mittens filled with glittery candy canes and rusty stars for only $12 and our cutter quilt Christmas trees with a frosty Christmas wreath for a base are only $34 (they make a fabulous centerpiece and are created using an antique quilt!).

We're becoming well known for our huge selection of quality, handpicked items at affordable prices, and it shows. We've been very busy the last few weeks with early Holiday shoppers, and hope you have the time to stop in for the best selection because it certainly goes fast!

And just a reminder that we will be closing for our Winter Break from Christmas through the first weekend of May. With Christmas falling on a Friday this year, please note that our last regular shoppe hours will be the Friday and Saturday before Christmas, and we will gladly open by appointment if possible Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of Christmas week.

Many Blessings,
Mary Jo

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