Sunday, February 28, 2010

Garden Art is "In"

The garden show season has ended and the new "must haves" are whimsical garden art. We have lots of it. We are fully stocked with the roosters and hens in various sizes. Depending on the size, they range in price from $50 to $300.

The metal flowers add bling to the garden too. We have various sizes ranging in price from $10 to $85. They are quite a bargain depending on your green thumb ability.

Personally, I love the garden furniture. This is the kind that only increases in beauty if left outside over the winter. Imagine a beautiful bench under a tree in the snow. What a gorgeous and easily maintained focus for the winter garden too! They range in price from $120 to $250.

These topiaries will add height to the garden too. Nothing is more boring than a garden all at one level. These topiaries will bring the eye up so you can enjoy the blue skies we have to look forward to this spring and summer.

The garden carts are a real eye catcher. They can be filled with flowers now and greenery for Christmas. They are priced at $80.

The baker's rack can work in the garden, kitchen and even the bath. They are $210. What a grand way to store your microwave, bowls, pots and pans in the kitchen or even towels and toiletries in the bathroom.

These fence pieces could even be used as a headboard or room divider. They start at $115.

And we have the perfect gift for the cat or dog lover....they are $56.

So come on in and get a jump start on the garden. We are open Wednesday through Saturday from 11 am to 5:30 pm at Division and Main in Gresham, Oregon.

Monday, February 22, 2010

Spring Is Coming Early This Year

The weather here in Gresham, Oregon has been absolutely gorgeous and is suppose to continue for several more days. It has been pretty cool when the sun goes down though. Here at the shop we have been trying to lighten up the look and get ready for spring. The garden stuff is coming in and we have the shop filled to the brim with "new to us" things. We have lots of cute Easter stuff too.

Sonya has been busy crafting things. She is so good at mixing things up a little.

I love these "Little Peeps" boxes. They make such a sweet display for spring.

This doll is a very old, handmade "Mammy" doll. The fabric is so darling and she sits atop a sand filled stand. Someone made her with a lot of love.

Come on in and check the transitional look out. We are just starting to get into the spring/summer merchandise. And also, there is another great restaurant at Main is called "Sweet Betty's" and serves great breakfasts and lunches. Take a quick trip out and enjoy breakfast and then come shopping! See you soon.