Blog - October 2010

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Look what we made!

As a designer, I tend to see the world different than most people. When I go to a restaurant I am typically looking at the wall art, carpeting and lighting before I ever glance at the menu. When ?I stay at a hotel, I sometimes wonder what year they decorated the rooms or why they chose a particular color scheme. At church this past Sunday, I wondered if the carpet was blue or green . . . and the paint on the walls was a bit too taupe for my taste. I guess all professions have the same... Read More
Posted by Meagan Walley at Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Leave a Legacy

I was sad to learn of the death of Barbara Billingsley this past week. I loved to watch Leave it to Beaver every weekday afternoon. June Cleaver was the perfect Mom. She kept a spotless house, cooked full course meals, and always looked beautiful. I am still amazed how she managed to do all her chores in those stylish dresses, high heels and pearls . . . .with every hair in place. I was also sad to hear of the death of Tom Bosley this past week. I also loved to watch Happy Days on Friday... Read More
Posted by Meagan Walley at Friday, October 22, 2010

Christmas sneek peek!

Elf Hats for Tree Toppers, we also have the matching shoes to set beside the bed or on the hearth , Oh So Cute! Cute ribbon and door arrangements! Amazing at always! You will love our Grinch Greenery, what a find this year at market! Spectacular ribbon wreaths . . . . Soooooooo AMAZING! Christmas is a magical time of year. I always look forward to getting out the boxes of decorations and reminiscing about where I got a particular ornament. Oh, that was the cute... Read More
Posted by Meagan Walley at Thursday, October 7, 2010

Christmas Open House

First Fruit Collection Christmas open house will begin October 11th and go through October 15th. Please come by and check out all the amazing Christmas decor! Read More
Posted by Meagan Walley at Monday, October 4, 2010