Yum Hey What's for Dinner Mom?: The Penny Worthy Project--{giveaway too}


The Penny Worthy Project--{giveaway too}

Gearing up for a big reselling season and I've been clearing out and reorganizing my studio. Funny the things you find tucked in here and there like these adorable post cards.

I bought these last year around mid spring and stashed them. They literally fell into my lap when I was attempting to get organized this week. I have so much stuff to sell I really need to get a good system set up.

 I'm also going to be sharing a booth at a few craft shows this winter so NOW IS THE TIME for me to be super organized. My part of the booth will be paper window stars and our one of kind hand made gnomes.

Each gnome is completely different than ever other gnome and are completely hand made by husband and myself. If you happen to be interested in purchasing one we are working on some now and are willing to take special orders with a deposit now and full payment on completion. We will accept paypal. Send me an email and we can talk.

 Ogghhh and my radio show starts this week so again SUPER SUPER organized is what I need to be. I will keep you all updated on the first broadcast, dates and times and such. And if you want to hear something discussed or have a good idea for a show drop me an email. the theme of my show will be local eats in the Matanuska Susitna Valley, discussing food, food politics, preservation, CSAs and food storage. So much to talk about!

 I shopped a wee bit this week and of course the organizing made me NOT want to buy anything and super picky about what I brought home. I did find two RevereWare pans in two separate shops this week. Once I find a few more I will be listing them as a lot on ebay, they sell well.

I also grabbed a few more easy readers, trying like mad to encourage and hold on to a fledgling reader. Which is weird because his dad and I are voracious readers.

If you would like to win 3 of the Vintage Halloween Reproduction postcards leave me a comment! Each post card is completely different from all the others and they all feature reproductions of old paintings. Everyone is adorable and the perfect way to say BOO this Halloween. So drop a comment and Good Luck!

  Peace and Love--



  1. I would love to win a vintage Halloween card - they are adorable!

  2. I know what you mean about the beginning reader- my son does not want to sit down and read at all, and I love to read! He'd rather be doing just about anything else...

  3. I totally sympathize with you when it comes to being busy this time of the year. With our farm animals, the fields of crops, preserving food for winter, and family functions, life sure can be busy! Good luck on your radio :)

  4. I would love the little cards...perhaps framing them and using them for Halloween decorations. The twins have been asking to decorate. Keep us posted about the radio show - cant wait to tune in! :)

  5. I’m sharing what’s going on in my kitchen and at the co-op in “Harvest Time” and then the crunchiest apple crisp recipe you could ask for and finally how to freeze a bumper crop of peppers.

    Thanks for hosting!

    We also host a blog hop called Eat Make Grow we are always looking for folks who write about gardening, cooking, crafting and kids to link up.

    Stop on by if you get the chance:


  6. Your crafted gnomes are gorgeous- and I love those Halloween cards. Good luck getting it all together. Throw some of that luck over here while you're at it ;)


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