Holly Jolly #Winter #Holidays #House #Photos

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Getting the house ready for the winter holidays brings much excitement for me each year. Though much of the house stays the same in the way I decorate it, it is never exactly the same. Down below you will find several things that are different from previous years. I’ve included a photo of the two of us the first time we decorated the house together and a photo of the new hall radiator cover that Stan made for me. You will also see some new antique furniture additions. We are retiring some of my old furniture, from before we were a couple, to be used for storage in the basement and that has allowed us to find new pieces for the house. We’ve also finished some more of the small projects we are doing so you might see changes in the house in that way as well. Happy holidays everyone!

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#Farmington #Craft #Fair Recap/ #Photos

 

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The Farmington Woman’s Club Craft and Pie Fair was another great success this year! Lots of art, handmade products, in addition to regular crafts. They had a variety of homemade holiday pies for sale and sold out by eleven! Below are some of the photos I took of the day. Continue reading “#Farmington #Craft #Fair Recap/ #Photos”

Susann Foster Brown Studio Open House-Nov. 16th And Sunday Nov. 17th, 10-4

Susann Foster Brown’s Studio will host an Open House for the public
Saturday Nov. 16 and Sunday Nov. 17
 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., each day
1362 White Mountain Highway (Rte 125)
the studio is a both workshop and gallery for Brown’s printmaking and fiber art.

For more information go to www.cellarbrookfarm.com 

or 
Susann Foster Brown Studio on Facebook, or call (603) 652-4306.

Upcoming Show-November 19th, 9am-2pm, PMHS Holiday Craft Fair

PMHS Holiday Craft Fair
Saturday, November 19, 2011
9am-2pm
What Is Happening: I will have a space at the fair and have Happiness Tree decor and holiday wreathes and swags for sale and talk about my skills and art and the history behind it.

Where: Prospect Mountain High School, Alton, NH
When: November 19th, 9am-2pm