December 15, 2014

Back to Basics…. Baking Bread

Jeff and I have been focused lately on finding places in our life where we can spend our money and time in ways that provide lots […]
December 7, 2014

Finished Object… A lovely blue dresser (with a few tips’n’tricks)

With the shop opening and all the little tasks that go along starting up a new business… we’ve been busy! What with figuring out how to […]
November 24, 2014
Snugbug Holiday

Five awesome (mostly DIY) holiday decorating ideas from Greenwood Antiques and Uniques

How are you all doing on your holiday preparations? We’ planning a ‘couples Thanksgiving’ (steaks and good sides instead of all the turkey and trimmings) so […]
November 23, 2014

Cinnamon Spice Apple Cider

Last week we served a very, very tasty spiced apple cider for our ‘sweet’ at Sparkles and Sweets. Since so many of our visitors like it, we […]
November 19, 2014

{11/17} New in the Shop…Numbers, owls and farm animals

Oooooo… this is a fun time of year!! We’re ramping up our stock. In fact, once we get in our pending orders, we’ll have nearly DOUBLE […]
November 13, 2014

{Meet the Maker} Lindsay Curren

Hey folks! This week I’m super-excited to introduce local artist, Lindsay Curren. Lindsay is the set of hands behind a lovely selection of Christmas stockings that we […]
November 10, 2014

{11/10} New in the Shop… Everything Mason Jars

Welcome to our new Monday tradition…. New in the Shop! Check out the blog every Monday to get a look at new arrivals. We’re kicking off […]
November 6, 2014

Three Tips for DIY Picture Framing

I’m a big fan of cheap, cool, vintage prints for my walls. But… with the vintage prints comes a whole host of issues. Framing issues. Of […]
November 6, 2014

How-To Tea Stain Textiles

Last week found Jeff and I hosting my mom for her first trip to Virginia. Of course, we spent plenty of time playing tourist. As one does. […]
October 26, 2014

Finding stock for our vintage home shop

Let’s talk about the word ‘vintage’. When we decided to take the {slightly crazy} plunge and open up a vintage shop we knew what we wanted […]