Saturday, November 17, 2012

Highlights of my week!

My biggest highlight was meeting blog GF Tina last Friday!
This snapshot was taken by Tina of Enchanted Home blog.
You have to see her visit to my shop through her eyes by visiting her blog
where she is featuring **our little shop** today!
 I will have a link at the end of 
this post~don't miss it!
 She is going to show you her Maison Decor treasures
and the gift I gave her as well~
 Highlights of this week include some sales~I
 always love it when a piece I just finished sells!
This baby is now SOLD and will be heading off to Florida~!!
Along with this antique grainsack chair 
that was completely redone to perfection~
 And this Rococo style mirror too~as well as a Mora clock!
 All off to sunny Florida! 
 My workshops have been selling like hotcakes~
December and January Intro Annie classes are SOLD out 
so I added another Introductory class 
(I call it the EVERYTHING class) on January 6th.
Upon request we added Gift Certificates too~
I will be making these available in the online store too.
For now you can order them by calling me at the shop.
I really do get excited about the new products 
I am finding like the Pearl Plaster that I used on the Duncan Lyre table. 
 My first shipment arrived from Artisan Enhancements and I am 
only one of a handful of retail locations in the country that
 you can get it from!! 
Check out my online store if you want to order
 it that way or pop in to Malden and get it there too.
 As I create finishes with these products I will be blogging about it for sure!
 Pearle Plaster give an opulent look to your pieces with the touch of brush~
 Its thick and velvety and shimmery!
I will be playing with my paints and metallics in the workshop in Malden~
you might catch me in the act!
Its been a great week so far and tomorrow I am running the 
Boston shop as Justin is out of town.
Hope to see you or hear from you if you can make
 it in to either of my stores~
we picked up some exciting new pieces, a sideboard, 
a cottage dresser with mirror, some antique billiards balls, 
old Champagne bottles that I will be keeping for props, 
a beautiful library wall lamp, and a funky cabinet that is going 
to be a dream to paint~so thats it from Boston 
for now~I hope you also had a great week!
To read The Enchanted Home and see what Tina bought click here~
To visit my online shop, click here~

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8 comments:

-Lisa said...

Hi Amy,
Soooo excited you added gift certificates to your shops! I am looking forward to taking a class from the master herself. I also can't wait to meet you.
Have a wonderful Thanksgiving week.
Fondly,
-Lisa

Linda Carole Bloom said...

Love the pewter finish table. And the ivory plaster paint. Really different, but looks so elegant!

Sherry at The Rusty Pearl said...

Love your blog and inspiration .. I am a new blogger so I love looking at wonderful blogs like yours.......... Stop by The Rusty Pearl if you get a chance....Happy Thanksgiving !!!!

Shabby chic Sandy said...

Love that picture of you--you look radiant! I am so happy your shops are so sucessful--they just look better and better all the time! I am sure your workshops are such great sellers because you are so excited about the products and your excitement is catching!

Anne said...

Amy so happy your classes are doing so well but not surprised! You are super talented I wish I lived closer so I could take a class.Hey maybe you could teach some on line classes for us that don't live close :-) .I am sure you could get many people willing to pay for an online class.
xx
Anne

michele said...

that new finish with its opulent glory is truly stunning. i think you will be able to start a revolution with that stuff.

hopping over to tina's, lovely blogger.

michele

Stephanie said...

A great week indeed - congrats!! Can't wait to learn more about those finishes!

Cindy said...

I don't know how you can bear to part with some of those pretty pieces you remake! Love the look of that pearl finish, it's so luscious.
Now i'm gonna go read Tina's post!

Cindy

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