Posted by: Small House Under a Big Sky Homestead | October 29, 2012

Chicken Soup and Coming Booth

This is a hot, homemade chicken soup; oven warmed rolls and leaf pick up day. The eastern storm and high winds are coming. Hubby is on lawn tractor and I’m pulling spent perennials out of pots, storing and watering the newly planted White Pine trees.

Of course I’m working at the computer as well, making hang tags and getting ready to take inventory to the new booth in Allegan, MI. Can’t give all the details just yet, as I am still waiting for approval. But hopefully it will be soon.

I’ve been putting a “teaser” on Facebook each day ( adding one more little hint per day and it reads something like this…

White Oak Design Studio A_N_N_O_U_N_C_E_S …Hint # 4

This is what you already know….

1)            I’ve been invited to display and sell my hand-painted furniture at a shop in Allegan, MI.

2)            That shop is art of the Allegan Specialty Shop group…

3)            The shop is now being painted and hopes to open in early November…

Today’s Hint:

4)            My hand-painted furniture and hand-made paper artwork will be on display a this shop for Allegan December 14, Allegan Art Hop…Mark your calendars!

Stay tuned for another hint tomorrow!

This spoon carved parlor table will be heading to the new booth next week. It has a restored mahogany inlaid top (stained and protected with Minwax stain and sealer) and the bottom has been painted in Cece Caldwell’s Smoky Mountain chalk paint and waxed with AS soft clear wax. It is for sale at: $189.00.

Thanks for tuning in!

Small House / Big Sky Donna


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