A Sneak Peek at Friday's Opening

There's less than 48 hours until Reclaimed Rose opens! I am excited, overwhelmed and curious to hear and see everyone's responses to the shop! I am working on projects daily and I know by our grand opening on September 4th I will have lots more fall decor and larger piece in my inventory. I will be staying open all Sundays in August, so if you are heading out for Shaker Woods or just bored on a Sunday afternoon, stop by and see me. I will be open the same business hours as I am on Saturday, which is 9am-4pm. For now, here is a sneak peek of the local vendor pieces I will be featuring. These artisans are very talented and offer CUSTOM orders! Many things in the shop can be personalized, so if there is a special event coming up, keep us in mind. 

Look at all these beautiful pieces by Ellie Speck of Grapevine Lane wine bottle and book art. She combines her love for all things wine and her passion for literature to make one of a kind pieces. From mosaic glass frames and artwork to personalized wine barrel heads, she has something for everyone. Each piece is delicately hand made and a great idea for gifts, keepsakes and everyday decor. 

Jenn Stofko Artwork truly blows my mind! Her use of color, her whimsical motifs, and her variety is something everyone will fall in love with. All of her artwork is created using watercolors and comes matted and ready to be framed. She offers custom pieces of your pets as well. Please check out her jewelry pieces, located by the front desk. It is so delicate with a fun vibe. She has Alice in Wonderland, Wizard of Oz and gorgeous pieces inspired by nature. 

Skye's the Limit features custom made keepsakes and home decor by Lisa Leasure. She is a very talented artist, as well as, loving grandmother and mother. Her granddaughter, Skylar, has been the inspiration for many of her pieces. From seasonal birdhouses and wreaths, to custom made hangers and plaques, her pieces are something you will keep for years to come.

Granny's Crafts is made by no other but my grandma, Karen Humphrey. Karen unknowingly stumbled upon a knitting class after one of her yoga sessions and was entranced with the pretty little necklaces that were being made. Immediately, Karen began knitting away and came up with these adorable "necklace scarves" as we call them, embellished with knitted rosettes. These are great for all ages - soft enough for the very young, but stylish enough for a mature woman. Layer them, wrap them, wear them as headbands or bracelets - they are so versatile! 

So what about me? Well, I am busy at work on a variety of projects and Autumn/Halloween is looming on my mind. I have been creating one of a kind chairs and decorative mason jars by the dozen! I am currently getting my hands into the art of Fairy Gardens and am experimenting with handmade jewelry and my own acrylic pieces of art. There will always be more to come at the Reclaimed Rose, so check out the store, and keep reading the blog!