Saturday, December 9, 2017

Self reliance on our homestead

I've been encouraged by folks that we meet at festivals and events to share some self reliance tips we use on our small homestead. We don't like debt and believe in paying cash for our improvements so the money we make at festivals has been going back into our property.

This year we invested in our self sustaining gardens. We opted for a hydroponic system because once you set up the system your only cost after year one is seeds and nutrients. And if you save seeds, your only cost is nutrients. We have a well so our water is free.

Luckily this year my husband built a hydroponic garden that extended from our front porch which grew some amazing plants. My lettuce was so tall it literally fell out of the garden! And boy was it delicious. The summer spinach was so profuse I couldn't keep up with it.

Our garden consisted of Three tomato plants that grew non stop, cayenne peppers, jalapeƱo peppers, a beautiful fish pepper plant, eggplant, thyme, basil, oregano, lettuce, spinach, and okra.

We will post instructions on how to build your own hydroponic garden soon so stayed posted !

Thank you to all our customers and friends for a banner year

Thank you to all of our wonderful faithful customers for making 2017 a banner year.

This year we added back into our inventory lavender and ylang ylang essential oils and they were a huge success.

Our essential oil lockets were very popular this year too. The lockets are a great way to wear your oils throughout the day. Especially if you have anxiety issues the ylang seems to help with that. Many of our customers bought the combination of ylang and the locket for their college students to wear during periods of high stress and need for concentration.

One of our friends here in NC uses the locket in her truck with the ylang to help her husband with road rage issues.

At any rate, we just wanted to thank all of you for being such a blessing to us and we pray that you will continue to get great benefits from the marjoram, lavender and ylang essential oils.

Lord willing, We look forward to seeing you all again in 2018.

Saturday, October 21, 2017

Tis The season craft fair Nov 17-18-19

Come see us at the Tis the season craft fair
AG center Fletcher NC
Nov 17-18-19

We sell out of the marjoram snoring oil at every event so come early!

Friday, September 1, 2017

New Product! Clear foamer hand wash pump

When you don't have access to water to wash your hands keep one of our clear foamer pump bottles in your car or purse! Our trial customers have given us rave reviews!

Just one pump of our new lavender, thieves essential oil Castile soap cleans, softens and sanitizes your hands without additional water!

Just pump it on, rub your hands together and enjoy soft and clean hands in minutes. Even the "men folk" love it.

Guaranteed no synthetic oils & 100% vegetarian, mild Castile soap has water softening and cleansing powers.

Your hands will also feel moisturized as they are drying in minutes.

50 ml (1.7 ) oz clear foamer bottle 

Try one at our next event!
Only $6 a bottle or get two for just $10

Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Labor Day arts and crafts festival 2017

September 2 - 3 2017
9am to 4pm

July, September & October
Arts & Crafts Festivals
at the Maggie Valley Festival Grounds

Maggie Valley's largest gathering of artisans and crafters come together to sell their handmade treasures. Artisans from all over the Southeast will be in attendance. Chainsaw art demonstrations and lots of festival food.

Seasonal items, yard art, paintings, photography, pottery, wooden bowls, furniture, jewelry, goat milk soaps and more will be featured at the event.  “There really is something for everyone, from the most affordable handicrafts, to the more expensive museum quality items,” says  Teresa Smith, promoter of the event.  “Even if you don’t plan on buying anything, its fun just to walk around and see the amazing variety of unique items – but rarely do you see anyone leaving without something in their hands.”

Now in its 26th year, the Maggie Valley Arts & Crafts Festivals is one of the longest running and most popular events held in Maggie Valley. The event is FREE and offers plenty of FREE parking! Festival Grounds address: 3374 Soco Road, Maggie Valley NC 28751.

Thursday, July 6, 2017

Maggie Valley Arts and Crafts 7/8 & 9 2017

Hello everyone!

Just wanted you to know we will be at the Maggie Valley Arts and Crafts show this weekend. Rain or shine!

 I-40 Maggie Valley exit 20. (Jonathan creek rd). Turn right on Soco at the traffic light and follow about 2 miles to fairgrounds on the right.

Lots of beautiful arts and crafts. 

We have also added some wonderful natural lip balms to our product line.

Coming soon! All natural, no alcohol hand sanitizer.

   July 8 & 9, 2017

Look forward to seeing you there!

Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Our new phone number!

Please note our phone number has changed to a NC exchange.

Please change your records to reflect our new phone from 386-681-8390 to 828-476-9646

We look forward to seeing you this weekend at the Fletcher NC AG center! 

Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Nov 18, 19 and 20
WNC Ag Center
1301 Fanning Bridge Road
Fletcher, NC 28732
Davis Event Building (Gate #5)

I-26 Exit 40 across from the Asheville Regional Airport