As you may have noticed, we have been inactive on this blog for awhile. While it has been a very successful endeavor for our family, we have decided that we need another forum to advance our little homestead forward.
We have decided to suspend this blog and ask our readers to follows us to our new blog:
Anna Pearl's Homestead
Wordpress is going to give us better opportunities to give our readers more services and features.
We will come back periodically to check on this block and re-invite you to find us out in cyber land.
Thank you so much for continuing to follow Anna Pearl and her adventures in homesteading in Wyoming. God Bless You!
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|Bald Eagle - Near Evanston, WY. Photo Credit: Bill Ellsworth|
Wednesday, April 5, 2017
OUR EXCLUSIVE DESIGN! Hand crocheted dish scrubbie. Great for all your dishwashing needs! Can be made to order in various colors! $5 plus shipping
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Friday, March 31, 2017
|Field of Lilies near Island Park, ID Photo Credit: Sherone Taylor|
Monday, March 27, 2017
Your oven handle will love its new dress! This cute kitchen towel hangs over your oven handle and dresses up your kitchen. The bodice features fun multi-colored stripes. The ties are strong grosgrain ribbon. The towel is double sided, absorbent and covered with Easter eggs, baskets, bunnies, and springy flowers. Lace finishes off the neckline. $10 plus shipping!
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Thursday, March 16, 2017
Today, I wanted to share a video of my beautiful niece's wedding. The lovely Amber asked me to do the flowers for her special day in April of 2016. We loaded up the Impala and headed to Chandler, AZ for an action packed week of wedding craziness.
Although, I have had extensive experience with silk arrangements, I had never been given the chance to execute an entire wedding with fresh flowers. To say the least, I was nervous about the magnitude of the job ahead.
Amber had simple tastes for her flower choices. She simply wanted light pink roses and lots of baby's breath. As you will see in the video, we tried to use this simplicity in various ways to add beauty to an already stunning location.
Please sit back and enjoy this beautiful day with our family.
By the way, this is the result of this happy union:
Her name is Karsyn.
We must be very special to have her in our family.
She is, indeed, a Gift from God.