Green Seed Creations
after getting accepted to a local juried indie craft fair (meaning a "jury" selects participants based on pictures of their work) i decided to dive right in to the whole small business thing.
i applied for my retail license and now have that in hand. in short, my plan is to take time worn furniture along with dated accessories and give them new life. additionally, i will take salvaged wood and other materials to create new items for home and garden. there will be more on my vision for the business later, along with a new site dedicated specifically to green seed creations!
right now, with my first craft fair coming up july 4, i have to get busy! for my first show i will be sticking with small items. here is a bit of what i have been working on.
various tray's with a twist
rustic, distressed table
one of many signs
lot's of whimsical distressed frames
transformed terracotta pots. top is painted white, the bottom is chalkboard trimmed in braided jute. lots of fun uses for this one!
and here is pastor j's creation. . . my new logo. i'm loving it!
so, if you are in or around columbia come out and see me on july 4 at the village of sandhills for crafty feast!
School is out, marking the official start of summer. Although, Spinner argued with me for 10 minutes that technically it is still Spring.
"Right," I said, but it's summer break.
"Well, maybe it shouldn't be called that until June 21 when summer really starts," replied Spinner.
"Mmmm, maybe, but if it's okay with you I am still going to refer to the next few weeks as summer."
"I gueeeess," moaned Spinner as if he was having to make too big a compromise.
And so begins our summer. Methinks it's going to be a long one! To fill our days we created our summer to do list and posted it in the kitchen.
We kicked things off today with a trip to a local spray park.
Bean had a great time!
Tank, turning a wheel that controls the rate at which water pours from another contraption nearby. He was a little devilish with this one as he watched the other kids react.
Spinner getting dumped on.
A moment of brotherly love. I'll take all I can get.
They had a great time, asking when we could return as soon as we left.
The fun, however, really began later in the evening. After the littles went to bed, exhausted, Spinner went out with Pastor J for a bike ride. Their plan was to go 6 miles. Pastor J running while Spinner rode his bike. I was happy to have approximately one hour to sit in a quiet house and enjoy the sushi I just picked up. Alone.
I had just taken my last bite of sushi when the front door swung open. Standing in the doorway was Spinner, bloody. His entire neck was covered in red and his face was squished in anquish. Pastor J was telling him to try not to scream, knowing that waking up Bean and Tank would only add to the drama. That was a hard request for him to honor.
I took him in the bathroom and for the next 20 minutes worked to clean him up to figure out exactly where his cuts were and how deep they were. While doing so he explained to me through tears and a shakey voice that he was going down a hill toward a wooden bridge and felt so out of control he couldn't think straight and forgot about his brakes. Then. . . he slammed into a wooden crossbeam on the bridge. Poor thing had to get up and ride his bike home.
Here he is all cleaned up.
Right around his adam's apple is the biggest cut. It didn't seem big enough for a suture but was still a bit deep so Papa was called to bring over some butterfly closures and give a second opinion.
Uber prepared, he came with his massive kit and determined that due to the location of the cut, in the fold of his neck, a simple bandaid was all that was needed.
And so begins our summer vacation.
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