Thursday, November 21, 2013

3:21 AM

I spent the afternoon yesterday in the hospital...blah. End result, my gallbladder will be relocating itself to a medical waste bin. I'm not in the least bit sorry to see it go, it has been an on going source of pain for me, for almost two years. Yes, you read that right. I hate doctors most in this life and always wait just a touch to long before seeking care, so as I blog this early AM I blog in pain, waiting for the next wave of pain killers to kick in.

Non-Typical Mule Deer Rack $150.00
So, what can I share with you? How about something that is Red, Bold, and One of a Kind!

Something that when people walk into your home they will notice right off the bat.

Something that even the most shabby chic gal really can't say when she had seen something similar.

Barn Red, Antique Non-typical Mule Deer Original
Gorgeous Abstract beauty $150.00

Beautiful isn't it!!! This is a non-typical (meaning the points of the antlers are not symmetrical) mule deer rack. I found this beautiful beast buried at an estate sale years back. It was bleached from decades in the sun, covered in cob webs, long forgotten. I had to have it, and it's brother I will share on another day. 

Something that, although they will have to inspect closely before they believe the reality of it, any outdoors man would be impressed by it's beauty. 
It sat in my garage for years, and finally when we moved into our current dwelling place I had a wall for it. However, as I looked at its blank bleached bones each day something was nagging me. A friend had mentioned an idea in passing one day about some antlers of her own. It was an A HA moment and I knew instantly what needed done. 

Barn red and it has come back to life. Enjoy it, he is garunteed to be one of a kind!

Monday, November 18, 2013

Ranch Style Wine Rack - $50.00

Grab a bottle of 14 Hands, a glass, sit back and relax.

You have a one of a kind wine rack hanging on your wall and your friends will be red with envy!!

Each and everyone of my handmade pieces will include our personal brand, so you know it is a one of a kind handmade product. Solid and sturdy will hold up to eight bottles of wine and has slots for up to eight wine glasses. 

All pieces are intentionally rustic and have plenty of charcter and charm. This is the point of Farm Girl to show the natural beauty of things.

 We strive to also reclaimed lumber, it helps with
our overall cost, keeping items afordable to you, and adds loads of charcter to each individual piece. Custom orders are available. Feel free to ask.

Leave questions in comments below or my Facebook Page, also under Farm Girl Furniture.

You can enjoy this custom made piece for $50.00 + shipping. We ship throughout the United States and can get you a rate quickly. We prefer to use the USPS but are willing to use other carriers. Accepting payments via Paypal currently. 

Saddling Up

Welcome Ya'll

I am so happy you have found this wonderful blog. I am embarking on yet another adventure and what better way then to reach more people than by doing a blog bit about it!!!

As John Wayne said:
                Courage is being scared to death and saddleing up anyways.

I have done that exact thing more times than I can count, seriously. I have climbed onto the back of a thousand pound animal that is foaming in sweat, it's rib cage heaving in and out, knowing full well that this beast could kill me, and I saddle up anyways.

So, I am saddleing this horse and going for it. For years I have wanted to stay at home with my children, and still manage to make some income doing what I love. We live in an area that only allows me to train those wild beasts 8 months out of the 12. If your good at math, that leaves me 4 months with nothing to do, and a tight budget. I have tinkered around through the years making crafts, and knick knacks for my home and for friends. I made custom frames a few years back that I would sell with my own personal photography. Time was always lacking, and other more important things to presidence over a simple hobby.

Times have changed and I can devote more time to these simple things that I love. I created Farm Girl Furniture for an outlet for my creativity, and because my house can only hold so much. Check back often, you can also like me on Facebook, watch for me on Pinterest and anywhere else I might pop up. Who knows maybe in your favorite stores someday. Thanks for supporting me, my habit, and my family.

You are all friends here, and in my neck of the woods your welcome at my camp fire anytime.