Monday, February 15, 2010
I created an Herb Lover's Treasury last night at around 3:30 a.m. There is a great selection of items ranging from teas to seeds to art and garden items. Hope you like it. Check it out on Etsy while it is still active until Wednesday at 2:50 p.m.
Sunday, February 14, 2010
Happy new moon and Chinese New Year to all of you today. Today is the beginning of the Metal Tiger year. If you can I hope you can go out and taste some yummy Chinese cuisine today. My favorite part of Chinese New Year is eating yummy red bean moon cakes like these.. yum.
To celebrate Chinese New Year I am offering 15% off my Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon pain relief salve for one week. Sale ends Sunday February 21st.
Recent Etsy Feedback about this salve:
"The hubby's thrilled with this."
"This balm is wonderful for achy "gardening" muscles. I also use it at night for arthritic joints. It helps me to have pain free night. I very much recommend this salve to anyone who experiences pain in muscles or joints."
Tiger photo by Save China's Tiger This photo is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.5 License.
I just entered to win a great collection of live medicinal roots from Herbal Roots Zine. One winner will receive: comfrey, marshmallow, elecampane, sunchokes and horseradish along with information on how to plant them and what they can be used for medicinally. The winner will be chosen tonight (Feb 14th) so enter to win while you still can at Herbal Roots.
Wednesday, February 10, 2010
I have a new event on my March schedule. You can look for me at the Dayton Beach City Island farmer's market on Saturday March 13th from 8-12 for the St. Patty's Day Celebration.
Get your “green” on at the Downtown Farmers Market at our St. Patty’s Day at the Market event.
FEATURING Glas Tara School of Irish Dance. Search for ye pot-o-gold (treasure hunt) and join in other activities just grand for ol’ leprechauns and wee people. Gain the gift of hyperbole by kissing the one and only Daytonay-Balongay Stone.
“Wander ye well on the World's Most Famous Beach
Then on the Daytonay stone ye shall feel the heat!
‘Tis the stone that whomever kisses gains the gift of blather
Ye shall not want for words to utter; thy equal is no other.
Every maid and gent shall marvel at the tales ye shall tell
Ye shall not lie nor concoct; ye shall embellish well.
‘Tis fruitless to evade the harvest or contend a life alone
Thy devotees of green, increase and smile— for ye have kissed the Daytonay-Balognay Stone.“
Some vendors will include well known locals like NCL Farms local organically grown produce, kimchi and more; Ocie’s Gourmet homemade preserves, local honey and eggs; Atomic Mama’s homemade baked goods and wholesale fruits and nuts; Salsa King; and Deep Creek Ranch “beyond organic” beef and lamb.
I will be sure to have plenty of my Dark Stout soap made with Guinness Beer on hand, but don't be shy about putting in pre-orders ahead of time either.
Admission is free.
The Downtown Farmers Market is every Saturday morning and is located in the City Island Parking lot near 105 E Magnolia Avenue in downtown Daytona Beach. For more information contact the Daytona Beach Partnership Association at 386-258-8150.
You can RSVP on with your Facebook calender for this event. Visit my local events page for all upcoming local events and classes and consider joining my mailing list for event reminders.
Tuesday, February 9, 2010
Twelve members of the Unique Women in Business group are giving away 12 great items to one lucky entrant in our Valentine's Day Giveaway. You can enter to win these items until February 14th at the UWIB blog. Participating shops include Aquarian Bath, Polished Two, Japip, Robin Maria Pedrero, Momma Goddess, Design Knit Fun, Wabi Brook Studio, Lindentree Photography, And More Bags, JMJ Creations, Art by MSR, and Lilly Pea Designs. Happy Valentine's Day and good luck!
Saturday, February 6, 2010
Hope you enjoy the treasury that I made yesterday while I should have been napping. :)
This is a small selection of the many wonderful items from the Etsy Twitter Team. You can visit this treasury on Etsy until it expires on Monday a 2 a.m.
Thursday, February 4, 2010
Daytona Beach shoppers! We have another opportunity for those of you looking for Valentine's Gifts. Find Fair Trade Arts & Crafts this Saturday at the Fair Share Garden. Join us during our regularly scheduled meetup time: Saturday morning from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. We will have a selection of Fair Trade Arts & Crafts, Bath & Body products from AquarianBath.com and Jewelry from garden volunteer Kim Seamans of Anenome Seas. I am currently taking Bath & Body product pre-orders for Saturday as I will likely not have my full inventory set up. Please feel welcome to contact me (firstname.lastname@example.org) or leave a comment if you have specific items that you would like to pick up from me at the garden on Saturday.
The Fair Share Garden is located behind the Lions Club at the corner of White St. and Willis.
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Wednesday, February 3, 2010
First Friday is just around the corner. I will be setting up early together with the Art Consortium at our usual location right next to McK's on the 200 block of South Beach street this Friday from 12 - 8 p.m February 5th.
The following artists and crafters from the Art Consortium will be participating with me Friday. Stop by to say hi, shop for Valentine treasures, and have some chocolates.
~Sarah Barnaby of Sarah's Art Classics
~Pottery by Mehg
~Chris Crowley (after 4 p.m)
~Kim Seamans Anenome Seas (hand crafted jewelry and wine glass charms)
~Anne Nguyen (hand crafted jewelry after 4 p.m.)
Monday, February 1, 2010
Now that I have learned how to make Etsy Treasuries, I will probably be on a kick with that for a while. This morning I put together a collection from my Florida Etsy Street Team. You can comment and check out the items in the collection entitled Under a Blue Moon until Thursday at 5:40 a.m. EST.
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