Sell Crafts, Buy Handmade
Added by Bead Crumbs on November 8, 2013 at 2:43pm — No Comments
Handmade by me and my family.
Genuine Hammock, Handmade in Nicaragua.
Great gift for family or friends
Is a great pleasure to promote this beautiful hammock that my family has developed with great care and…
Added by Felipe A. Gutierrez on October 17, 2013 at 10:46am — No Comments
All made from Paper. Colorful.These decorative items can be used as a candle holders, wall decor(by attaching string) or home decor.
Color : Pink, Orange, Blue and Green shades.…Continue
Buy this beautifull hammock 100 percent guaranteed handmade of Nicaragua, this hammocks is made with 100 percent recycled yarn in colors that do not fade which gives added value.
Size: 2 Person.
Weight Cap.: 400 lbs.
Width: 96 cm.
Added by Felipe A. Gutierrez on August 28, 2013 at 4:30pm — No Comments
I wonder if people realize what a privilege it is to live in the Appalachian Mountains? To be able to walk out on the porch in the morning and see the sunrise, hear the birds sing as I watch them build a nest under the eave of my porch. it is truly Gods Country. Where we all know our neighbors and "having fun" means getting out in the woods or building a bonfire after dark and gathering around it to reminisce about the 'old days".
You hear a lot about mountain top mining…Continue
Added by Keith M Smith on July 5, 2013 at 11:59am — No Comments
Added by from japan with love on May 14, 2013 at 2:11am — No Comments
This is elegant! I covered the base with…
Added by from japan with love on April 17, 2013 at 4:26am — No Comments
So, it’s been over a month since my last post. Here’s why things have been so quiet…
In early March, we were given some devastating news by our vet. Not one, but both of our “old men” of the house, Odie and Bentley, were diagnosed with cancer. We had suspected Bentley for some time, but now that things had progressed to his liver and spleen, all we could do was go into “comfort mode”.
Last Thursday, April 11th, Bentley passed quickly and peacefully over rainbow bridge. Our…Continue
Added by Angie on April 15, 2013 at 7:45pm — No Comments
I have just baked some coconut biscotti - i think these are the best so far!…Continue
Added by Felice on April 9, 2013 at 5:33pm — No Comments
One thing I always wanted to ensure we did with our business was to make the shopping experience personal. And one of the things I chose to do to implement this was to email everyone who ordered from us to 1) thank them again for their order; 2) ensure they received their order (and USPS didn’t leave any of their trademark rips/tears, etc.) and 3) were completely satisfied with the finished product. By taking the time to do this, it does several things, but most importantly it:…
Added by Angie on March 3, 2013 at 12:00pm — No Comments
Japanese Stencil Matsu Pine http://www.etsy.com/listing/123983099/vintage-japanese-stencil-mats...
This was an amazing find. They are from the "昭和" "showa period" . The "showa" period is…
Added by from japan with love on February 19, 2013 at 4:18am — No Comments
Sorry I was away and didn’t blog last week. I had to go all kung-fu on a sinus infection that set me back a couple days but then it was back to work making new items!
So here’s what’s been going on:Continue
Added by Angie on February 17, 2013 at 4:34pm — No Comments
Vintage Japanese Typewriter Key Stamp Showa Period Legendary Auspicious Anmal
We were lucky to come across a case of these "katsuji" (Japanese typewriter "keys"). There are over 2300 of these. They are vintage but have…
Added by from japan with love on February 8, 2013 at 6:41am — No Comments
There is a cup of…
Added by from japan with love on February 5, 2013 at 7:05am — No Comments
Whew! What a week…but a GREAT week here at the beautique!
So, in addition to to working my full-time job and Mom taking care of my Grandma, here’s a list of what we accomplished:
1. Made and listed new items including a dog leash,…Continue
I’ll admit, I’m still working on finding great marketing avenues in this saturated world wide web. Not only are the craft/pet supplies websites abundant, so are all of the websites available to gain exposure. So what’s one to do? Out of the numerous blogs I’ve read, several had a common theme: ”create a Pinterest profile”, ”it’s a great generator of traffic to your website”! Holy chow! Were those bloggers ever…Continue
Added by Angie on January 28, 2013 at 8:27pm — No Comments
Ta-da! Here it is….my first blog. No, really, it’s my first EVER blog. So, for such special occasion, I’d like to tell you what our unique boutique is about.
We’re a boutique with the pet-lover in mind. Our inspiration comes from our large and small four-legged rescued pets, primarily of the canine and equine variety. And of course, you have to pamper yourself as much as you pamper your pets, so…Continue
Exciting news for the cheer tree family. Dora and her cheer trees, where selected by Creative Times Magazine , as a feature in the march/April issue.
Everyone is excited cause we love the magazine, and are so happy to get the exposer for the trees.
Creative Times features a variety of crafting styles such as sewing, doll making, knitting, scrapbook, altered art, painting, primitive art , rug…Continue
The power of healing, energy of life and love are all around us.
What makes our company, and family so special, is this knowing of how these positive energies can keep us together and as one. We use nature, crafts, music and just plane being together, as therapy. The kind of therapy most of us lack in our lives. It is better describe as a reconnection.
How all this carries over to Dora's craft? well, the craft wasn't planed. It was created.
Added by Dora Caicedo Long on January 11, 2013 at 9:11am — No Comments
When moving to NY, USA to finally be a family, Dora became instantly inspired by the 4 seasons. She had never seen leaves falling in the fall, or evergreen trees in the snow. In fact, she had never seen snow until she came here.
Dora, began making holiday pillows and managed well, but felt something missing. She soon learned that it was always in her heart to inspire people, sick, wounded or sad during the holiday seasons. Dora, set out to create her favorite tree (Christmas tree)…Continue
Added by Dora Caicedo Long on January 10, 2013 at 6:16pm — No Comments