Saturday, February 28, 2009
Home Again Spring Bling
Get ready for Home Again's first annual Spring Bling shopping event on Saturday, March 21 from noon to 4 p.m. Lynn Catnes and I will be showcasing our artisan jewelry, mixed-media artwork, and handcrafted goods, and personal chef Bev Taylor will be selling gourmet goodies and sharing her cooking secrets. We'll also be demonstrating jewelry-making techniques, and we'll be available to answer any questions you may have about making your own jewelry. Seated in this picture from left to right are Mary Homza, owner of Home Again, and Bev Taylor of Bev's Cucina. Lynn Catnes of the Cat's Meow Designs and I are pictured in the back.
Shop for some unique gifts while enjoying light refreshments, and be sure to enter the raffle to win some fabulous gifts. Since we're all animal lovers, part of the proceeds will be donated to the SPCA. So be sure to shop with us to help support this great organization.
Home Again features an exclusive line of vintage and modern furniture, home decor, accessories, and original artwork. Home Again is also pleased to offer a variety of workshops, such as jewelry making, mixed-media art, and seminars for women dealing with inspirational, motivational, business, and self-help topics. Home Again is located at 69 Main Street in Luzerne, PA. For more information, call(570) 283-2425.
Here's a sneak peek at some of the neat things in the store. This lovely Valentine's Day tree looks great all year 'round. Mary carries the latest collection of Bella Taylor's quilted handbags and accessories.
Gotta love this shabby-chic table and chairs.
This corner of the store is so warm and cozy.
Here's a look at some of my artwork currently on display at Home Again. If you're looking for some old doors, windows, and wooden objects to turn into functional pieces of artwork or home decor, be sure to see Mary. She gets new pieces in all the time.
My original, miniature watercolor paintings graciously sit on an old, wooden chair. The chair is actually hanging on the back of an old door. Mary definitely has a good eye for decorating.
Posted by Liz Revit at 9:13 PM