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WINNER, WINNER, WINNER! Kim has won her choice of three items from our newly released Kitchen Line!
Folks we have a winner! Kim Davis is our lucky winner, and she has chosen…
A ‘Just Beat It’ Mixer Cover and…
One each of the blue and green beater tea towels!
I’m sure Kim will have a blast with her fun new kitchen items, let the holidays begin! There is no pie to sweet, no crust to finicky, no turkey to large for this kitchen! Check out Kim’s blog or her Etsy Shop to find out more about our winner.
Congratulations Kim! For those of you who may still want an item from our Kitchen Line they are available in our Etsy Shop or at SHOP GOOD in Oklahoma City. Have an awesome weekend, and remember that the holidays are just around the corner and we have more amazing creations and new designs coming the end of this month! Get ready Black Friday… here we come!
From the Farm
SHOP GOOD has landed on 9th Street! If you hadn’t heard, which probably means you were hiding under a rock or on a desert island, SHOP GOOD had their grand opening this past Wednesday. Yep yesterday was the Mustache Bash and oh what a bash it was!
Date Nails? That’s what I would have said if you had told me you had a bunch of old railroad nails laying around. Now I’m falling for the fun typography and rustic appeal of these little treasures of history.
Iris are one of the most hardy flowers we have here in the hot, dry plains of Oklahoma and definitely one of the prettiest when properly used in your landscaping plan.
When we got the call from Lorelei about possibly working on a new bed, I jumped at the chance. My forte was working with found materials and reclaimed wood but this project stretched me into new areas using fresh materials and a more polished look.
A few weeks ago we we’re able to checkout a Kansas Farmers Market while visiting my family. I was overwhelmed by their great selection of produce, homemade bread, jams, plants, and selection of art. This was one market that truly has all things local.
There is nothing you can’t find in this wonderful vault of history, from nobs and pulls from the 1920′s to washtubs and cast iron skillets from 1905. The treasures never end.