Saturday, in the park - thought it was the Fourth of July...  

Saturday, November 1, 2008

It was a very uneventful day in the shop :( My oldest, home again for the weekend, decided we should clean house - man my back hurts! He's going back tomorrow morning, so hopefully I can get some more things cut and get back on track =D
In the meantime, I think I figured out the one ornament - I used 1/4" poplar with cherry veneer for the ornament and used ribbons from one of my hair bands I never felt young enough to wear(lol) to decorate and hang the ornament - how 'bout that for re-use!!?! =p Anyway, hope you'll check it out and let know what you think ....

Thanks, as always, for "stopping by the shop!"
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4 comments: to “ Saturday, in the park - thought it was the Fourth of July...

  • melissa
    November 2, 2008 at 12:12 PM  

    Hi, I love your store. I have added it to my favorites on Etsy. I did not see the 2008 ornament, are they all gone?

  • Deer Mountain Wood Art
    November 2, 2008 at 12:50 PM  

    Hi Melissa =D I haven't listed it yet - my son's had me out picking up piñón nuts and I didn't get it done yet... lol Weekends! lol
    If you like the one on this page, I can make you a reserved listing when I get it listed :0) Just let me know... FYI; I also make custom ornaments!
    Thanks for the heart and the compliment!!
    Freida

  • Tammy's Treasure Chest
    November 2, 2008 at 8:12 PM  

    I love the ornament! It's perfect!
    If you haven't already, you may want to convo Melissa at Etsy just in case she doesn't see the post.
    I always forget to check back when I ask something, and just sit around waiting on an email answer like a big dummy! LOL

  • Deer Mountain Wood Art
    November 3, 2008 at 2:22 AM  

    Okay all - I've listed the ornament finally! You can see it here,http://tinyurl.com/MerryXmas08ornament, as well as purchase it, order a custom ornament, or?? here too =D
    Thanks for asking Melissa!
    Freida

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