Friday, October 31, 2008

Christmas @ Bittersweet Farm will usually find me either behind the desk in the first photo, or running out the front door of the house to greet you. The second photo is my straight-ahead view and the next one is section #2.

Some more photos from inside the shop. The final one is of the porch on the way in. I have hot spicy cider available on the little placemat when you arrive.

The weather has been exceptionally beautiful the last few days for this time of year. I thoroughly enjoyed collecting my boughs and putting them out on Tuesday.

I need to retake some outside photos because the sun was shining so bright, I couldn't get a picture without my shadow in it! I tied a bunch of boughs and rosehips on a sled outside the door. I also embellished tobacco stick stars the same way. I tie them on with a piece of torn burgundy homespun fabric.

I hope you enjoyed the little tour. I will be back soon. Kayla is building me a website at school, so that will be coming sometime soon...

P.S. Be sure to click on the photos for a larger view!


Robin said...

Oh Kathy! How beautiful and fun! I wish I lived by you - I would be one of your most loyal customers!
It looks just beautiful!

Angie said...

I am loving this visit to your shop! I am listing out what I want prices of.... :) Do you mail wittle---itty bitty stuff???

A Stone Gatherer said...

What an adorable shop! I sure wish I could shop there!

Michele said...

I am so IMPRESSED!!! WOW! I wish I lived closer because I would certainly come for a visit and definitely get me a cup of hot cider! Can't wait for the website to get up. I will definitely check it out and do a little Christmas shopping of my own *smile*

Truth4thejourney said...

What fun, what fun! Looks like you are doing something you really enjoy. That's great!

Thanks for sharing the pictures. :)


Julie said...

Loved the pictures of your shop.
I used to do craft shows, making mostly Christmas ornaments and decorations.

Thank you for visiting my blog and your sweet comments.

Have a blessed day,

Kristi said...

Oh, how I would love to stop in and share a cup of cider with you. I LOVE your store. In fact, I have several of the Hope, Joy, Love, signs that I put on my Christmas tree every year. I purchased them at my favorite craft booth in Canton, Texas at First Mondays. Blessings to you!