Archive for the ‘Earthy Possessions’ Category

handmade christmas

Posted on December 26th, 2016 by mountain girl  |  6 Comments »

Here’s a compilation of the exciting presents we’ve been making over the past two weeks. We opened them Christmas morning (and a few on Christmas Eve). Hope you enjoy them!! These little beanie animals are made from a sewing pattern I got from this girl who makes and sells patterns on Etsy. The instructions were […]

broncos parade and other random things

Posted on February 24th, 2016 by mountain girl  |  7 Comments »

Waaal hullo there. It seems like our days have been a mish-mash of one thing after another, and I obviously haven’t posted in quite a while. I thought I would just put up some random things here from the past few weeks. Tuesday after the Super Bowl (this is ancient news, I know) we kept […]

happy day before valentine’s day

Posted on February 13th, 2016 by mountain girl  |  9 Comments »

Happy day-before-Valentine’s Day, which for us, of course, is the real Valentine’s Day–the day David and I met, twelve years ago. I have begun to love red roses this year, and it meant a lot to me when he thought to buy these for me while we were out today. Do pardon the lovely oily […]

copper post wraps

Posted on November 5th, 2015 by mountain girl  |  3 Comments »

I know I said I’d post beetle kill art this time, but I’m going to save it for later–this is too exciting to wait! (Not that beetle kill isn’t exciting, LOL.)  When we bought our home, there were a few small unfinished parts, such as the uncovered jacks at the bottom of the support posts.  […]

a trip to new mexico and a new truck

Posted on October 26th, 2015 by mountain girl  |  4 Comments »

Last week David went to New Mexico to build a rail for his parents’ very scary haunted porch. That’s his cute mom peeking out the door.  We all would have liked to go, but, you know–we have goats.  And, oh yeah–kids who go to school, too. Here’s David’s dad, working on the rail.  (We know […]