Tuesday, November 29, 2011

I did it, finally

After much procrastination, many hours of editing photos, and hours spent listing each item, I have 21 lavender filled heart shaped sachets in my Etsy shop.  Now I can get back to creating.  It’s really amazing how much time this all takes up.  You can click on my banner below to see the sachets.  Plus, some of them are in my sidebar.

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I’m ready for a nap.  While I was working on listing these hearts this morning I made a loaf of Pumpkin Bread.  The recipe is from Balisha’s blog, Never Enough Time. I added craisins and sunflower seeds.  It smelled delicious while baking.  Maybe we’ll have a slice with herbal tea after our nap.  That sounds like a nice idea.

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Well, that’s it for now.  It is breezy, cooler today than yesterday, and the sun finally came out this afternoon.  This morning it was gray and dreary looking.

Enjoy the rest of your week.

FlowerLady

9 comments:

Rebecca said...

The bread looks yummy! (Would go well with the cinnamon nut flavored coffee I'm sipping right now.)

I wish my budget could be stretched to include one of those lovely sachets! I wish you well in your etsy shop endeavor.

Bernie said...

Congratulations on finishing the listing of your sachets! I can tell that's a weight off your shoulders. Your sachets are lovely and I expect they will sell quickly. Your pumpkin bread looks delicious!

Maura @ Lilac Lane Cottage said...

Yeay....you did it! I'll be sure to check out your sachets for sure. Mmmm that bread looks delicious and has spurred me on to making some Gingerbread before supper. I've even got whipping cream. Thanks for the inspiration...I swear I can smell your pumpkin bread! Have a wonderful evening...
Maura :)

Sandy said...

Wish I could just stop by for some of your delicious bread and a cup of tea. Now that would be nice!
Congratulations on getting your shop set up! Believe me, I know how very time consuming it can be! Here's hoping we both sell something soon! Hey, perhaps if we don't sell something by Christmas we can trade an item to one another. I see lots of crafters doing that and writing about it. Just a thought if you are up for it.
Blessings!

Darcie said...

Congratulations on setting up your shop. I know new ventures take up so much strength and emotion, but you make lovely sachets! Best of luck!!!

L. D. Burgus said...

The heart shaped goodies look wonderful and the bread would taste good too.

Anonymous said...

Lorraine,
That bread looks scrumptious and I love craisins and sunflower seeds! I also looked at your heart sachets and they are just lovely, you certainly have a knack! I sure hope they go quickly.. Paula aka amishwoman

Deb said...

Those sachets are really lovely, so glad you were able to get them listed in your Etsy store.

Nicki Lee said...

Any bread left - if so I'll fly on down! It looks so yummy and right now I am soooo hungry! Can't sleep -Lily is arriving tomorrow and I'm off the way excited!