Winter Soulstice Line

This week is finally here! Along with launching You Are More Than You Know devotional, I am, at the same time, launching a Winter Soulstice line of Christmas décor and gifts! I will update you after my first ever show this weekend! I’m so excited by all the support of friends coming to the Smithfield Holiday Evening Market to shop my booth! I have been working since January to prepare a welcoming, farmhouse design and inventory.

Here’s a sneak peek!

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I spent most of last winter making hundreds of ornaments! I love my nine designs, and I simply cannot pick a favorite! For all you artisans out there, I definitely had you in mind with this one! Mini easels!

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And wreaths! I so badly want to take about five of the Small Modern Wreaths out of my inventory and hang them in a cluster in my kitchen! I think I’ll head to the craft store this weekend and start creating my own!

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Inspirational pillows help us to settle in and get cozy when it’s cold outside! Once again, I have too many different styles to choose a fave. Merry & Bright is the only style offering gold lettering.

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These little guys are so dear because of how deeply my childhood connects to them. I call this ornament Sweater & Scarf.

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Along with copies of my new devotional, I’m offering products related to the book’s message: jewelry, journals and scripture card sets. This vegetable tanned leather notebook cover is going to be a hot item. I know because I love mine so much! I use it to house a general journal and a prayer journal. The beauty of this piece is knowing it stands to grow deeper in color with years of use.

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Believe it or not, I’m pretty much ready for the show! There’s one last piece to create this week with the help of my husband. He works the power tools, and he looks sexy doing so!

Hopefully, I won’t be too busy during the market to share photos and videos. Follow along on Instagram if you’re interested! And since we’re on the topic of Christmas, which of the holiday traditions are your favorites? I would love to read your comments below!

 

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2 Comments

  1. Laura Spiers says:

    I am so excited for the Market this Saturday!! Your work is so beautiful and personal!! One of my favorite memories from childhood is that my mom would sit me and my sister at the table with oranges and cloves to make pomander balls. So pretty and fragrant!! This year I am hoping my favorite memory will be waking up to a Corgi puppy under the tree!! Haha!!!

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  2. reneebeamer says:

    BEST. COMMENT. EVER.

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