What We’ve Been Up To (Video) Plus A Giveaway

We have been super busy around here getting ready for the Vintage White’s Market.

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We hope you’re able to attend.  Here’s a video showing some of what we will be selling.

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Jessica’s Favorite Things Giveaway

Hey readers!

Did you know it is only 10 days till Christmas!?

Jeez where has the time gone!

Well today I get to share with you some of my favorite things for this Christmas Season.

And guess what!?

One of  you lucky people will get to win it all!


This season I am really loving hot chocolate! I am not a coffee drinker, but Starbucks has some YUMMY hot drinks, you gotta try, so I included a $5 gift card to Starbucks!

Lindor Truffles, needs no explanation!

I recently found some of this cute chevron burlap ribbon and it quickly has become on of my favorite things! Just think of all the things you could use this for!

EOS chapstick! It gets really dry here in Wyoming and this has been a life saver for me. I love the shape of it and when I am searching in my purse for it, it is really easy to find.

Urban Peach Earrings, these are so cute! I have this exact pair and I LOVE THEM! They go with everything!


And I couldn’t not include some vintage items!

These little guys are wooden ornaments I found and they are THE cutest things!

I am having a hard time parting with them.


If you would like to enter to win MY favorite things, just comment on this post and a winner will be chosen on Monday Dec 16th!

For an extra entry like this post on our facebook page!

My Find This Week!

Happy Monday!!

I am so glad it’s fall and that Halloween is over.  I’m sorry, but it just isn’t my favorite holiday.

My kiddos LOVE it, though, and that makes it worth it.


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Vintage Inspired Hand Towels

I’ve been trying to get ready for an upcoming Fleattitude boutique and thought I would make some vintage inspired towels to include in my booth.

I’ve shared with you in a past post about my love of Osnaburg Fabric and have seen some awesome things made with it.   So, I thought I would share what I’ve been making.  If you are a beginning seamstress this would be a great project for you.

I cut the fabric into 20″x28″ pieces and sewed a rolled hem around the whole edge.  To do this you simply fold the edge in about 1/4″ and then fold again.  I’ve gotten to where I can do this without pressing it first, but if you are new at this I would press it.  Once sewn I ironed the whole towel to remove any wrinkles.


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