Saturday, July 18, 2009

Some changes, finds, a give-away & more!

First, a change, I share with you the sad news that Janet is no longer working or selling her finds in my store. She has wanted to scale back for a little while now so that she could spend more time with her wonderful family. We will all miss her sweet personality and multitudes of well wishes are sent her way from me and no doubt all of you!!

Between Capital Style magazine readers, The Beacon readers and all my regulars the store has just been a buzz with amazing energy this week. Kristy Eckert from Capital Style magazine visited to check out items for her Daily Crave feature. She chose the wonderful leather and flower rings that arrived recently. Check out her post here You can purchase them on-line here...only $15!!

The latest Romantic Homes magazine has arrived at the shop and it is fantastic! There are two spreads about Debbie Dusenberry's home and Kansas City shop Curious Sofa. So glad she shared both with RH so that we can visit!
Lastly, I'm coming up on my 100th blog post (this is #98) so to celebrate I decided to have a giveaway! I'm working on the details and will get those out to you ASAP so stay tuned! It promises to be a wonderful prize!!









6 comments:

Joan@anythinggoeshere said...

Hello. I am from north of Chicago and have been in your wonderful store on my travels. I am going to put you on my featured blog of the week link sectiion.

My flower frogs were featured in Romantic Homes a couple of years ago so I love them. No, really, I love the magazine anyway. it is always very inspiring.

I am having a blue giveaway so come on by my blog.

JenW!~ said...

I so love thse tables. I really need to visit your store. I don't live that far away and i've never been there. Can't wait for your giveaway.

Polly said...

Hi Lisa, I love that rusty industrial table. Is it still available?
Polly

Urban Farmhouse said...

Hi Polly! Yes, that industrial table is available. It's a great bar heighth, 36.5 inches tall, 48.5inches long and 23.5 inches deep and it's only $168!

blueoak said...

Lisa, can you believe I did a uturn the other day after spotting this ornate gold frame in the trash, I picked it up and added some screen to the back and there is it, a fantastic earing holder, I got the idea from yours!!!!, I love your store and am going to the country living event so I will finally meet you!!!! Marybeth

Gerry Sharp said...

Lisa, Is the Blue Danube sign for sale? I would love to buy it if it is. Your shop is just wonderful. I hope one day to get there.

Thanks, Gerry Sharp
lillysharp@embarqmail.com