June 8, 2018 § 10 Comments
Tooting my horn here…rather, someone ELSE tooted my horn and made a YouTube video of my Etsy Shop fabric jewelry displays: HAND-Stands, CACTUS-Stands, TREE-Stands…
Whee!!! Watch the (7 minute) YouTube video: CLICK HERE
And super thanks to all of you readers who have clicked on links to my shop and website and passed them on to friends. I really appreciate it!
Woo-hoo! More cake and punch for everyone!! ~ xo Pierr
April 19, 2018 § 14 Comments
From the archives…all on Whidbey Island, WA – all of Nature’s bounty…
There is a stretch of beach along Admiralty Bay on Whidbey Island where odd shaped stones are found. But they’re not stones, really. More like baked clay from the cliffside. Actually they are called concretions – “a hard, compact mass of matter formed by the precipitation of mineral cement within the spaces between particles.” – Wikipedia. Beach walkers find them and display them on a driftwood log or a boulder – like this one. They are too miraculous to take from the site (though they are…and I have! created a little patio in front of an Adirondack chair in my backyard once…then returned them all to the beach several months later). This community collection grew over one summer. Many shaped like fried eggs! Click on ‘concretion’ in the tags below to see other photos of them on my site. PROLIFIC
January 17, 2018 § 8 Comments
Archives: December 14, 2008 – Whidbey Island, WA – Ledgewood Beach
December 2, 2017 § 4 Comments
Here we go! Into the gift-giving holiday season. I make unique fabric jewelry stands – there is no other jewelry stand like this one. Always Free Gift Wrap, too! Go to my site Shop: pierrmorgan.com
I’ve created 2 Coupon Codes for FREE Shipping ~ use either one at checkout:
= FREE First Class INTERNATIONAL Shipping – whenever you spend $52, till December 15
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Let me know if there’s anything I can do for you!!
May 18, 2017 § 18 Comments
My mother gave me this thimble on my 16th birthday, 1968. A little note folded in the lid of its hinged leather box reads, “This solid gold thimble belonged to Annie’s [my maternal grandmother’s] most precious Aunt May: Mary Corinthia Harwood.”
She must have had tiny hands. Her thimble only fits my baby finger. I wish I’d known her. Maybe that’s why I love handwork so much, sitting for hours making teensie stitches. It feels like Great Aunt May sits beside me.
Rich are we in family and world Heritage
May 16, 2017 § Leave a comment
Got Graduation? Birthday? Wedding? Anniversary? Father’s Day? I’ve got the perfect gift – Handmade – in my Etsy shop! Let me giftwrap, write the card, package & ship it FREE ~ ANYwhere in the WORLD you need to be…With purchase of $45. Includes Custom Orders! Go to my site: pierrmorgan.etsy.com
Fabric Hand & Cactus Displays ~ Jewelry, Pins, Glasses, Smart Watch, Earrings, Keys…
Thanks for celebrating with me! XO Pierr