Friday, December 9, 2011

Produced from the Heart Gift Basket

#493 Stirring Spoon
Burr it is cold so get out your long johns, wool socks, heavy sweaters, overcoats and a set of hand warmers wouldn’t hurt. Are we going skiing? No way but we are heading to the Farmers Market tomorrow. You did realize that it is open year round, not just in the summer? We just dress a little differently. Certainly not for show, just to stay warm.
Tomorrow is the second of our Holiday Markets which means officially there is only one left BUT unofficially there is one more dubbed the BONUS Market on Christmas Eve, same hours, same location. We know that many of you are in the full swing of the shopping mode but we also know that there are many of you who will leave things for the day before Christmas. Call it a family tradition or the just I-forgot-one-more-person syndrome whatever you choose to call it we will be there along with about 20 other vendors for your last minute purchases. Breads, Hot Sauces, Cookies, Cakes, Pies, Jewelry, Soaps, WoodArt (yes that’s us), Pottery, Veggies, Plants, Eggs, Dream Catchers, Honey, Lip Balms, Tie Dyed Clothes, Pet Accessories, Paper Bookmarks, Fresh Ground Coffee, Meats and Jams to name a few.
How about creating a wonderful potpourri gift basket dubbed Produced from the Heart? It could be real easy to do. Set yourself a dollar goal. $25.00, $50.00, $100.00, whatever your pocket will feel. Then stroll from one producer only spot to the next picking and choosing the pieces for your basket. You can even take it a step further and make it a theme basket if you want. Breakfast: Produced from the Heart. A dozen eggs, Hot Sauce, Fresh Roasted Coffee, Fresh Baked Bread, Meat, Butter, Jam and a WoodArt Spoon to stir it all up with. Tie it all up with a pretty bow and a hand crafted card from one of the vendors and you have the gift that they will be talking about holiday after holiday. 

So on that note we will see you all tomorrow at the market. We will be at #25 with so many of our beautiful and yet functional art pieces. Don’t forget that now is the time to purchase the piece that you like so much because once it is sold it is gone. There is only one Steve to create these pieces.

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