Thursday, November 29, 2012

A Jewel of a Wreath

I came across the most amazing wreath yesterday.
Is your mouth hanging open right now? 
This gorgeous wreath is the creation of Winnie Lambert of Sweet Lena's Retro.  It turns out Winnie is a neighbor, living in the Hampton Roads area like myself.
She specializes in vintage jewelry and her shop is full of all kinds of treasures, most importantly this wreath!
If I owned this wreath I would display it 365 days of the year, heck yeah. 

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Craft Show Crunch Time

Only three days left to prepare for the Trinkle Hall William & Mary Craft Show.
There is time for a few more creations.

I will be sharing the booth with my BFF, Beth.
We have so much stuff, it will literally be vintage christmas overload.  If there is such a thing, but I think not.

Sunday, November 25, 2012

I Want A Wreath!!

Thank you, thank you so much for all the wreath love!  I really want everyone to have the opportunity to own an heirloom GeorgiaPeachez wreath.

I got into making the wreaths because I have such an obession with collecting old ornaments.  It certainly wasn't my original idea, the ornament wreath.  I've just taken the idea and developed my own style for making them.

SO, you want to own a GeorgiaPeachez wreath??  Where do you go to purchase one?

I've opened a store here.  When I complete a wreath I will list it in my store.  I make wreaths year round so even after the holidays you can purchase a wreath.

Right now, the demand is high so my wreaths sell quickly once they are listed. 

When I list a wreath in my store, I also send out an email.  If you subscribe to my list you will get this email.

I also post a note about new listings on my Facebook page.

My wreaths are made one at a time by myself.  It takes about 3 hours to make one wreath.  Each wreath contains 80-100 ornaments, sometimes more because I am sooo anal about filling in every little gap.

FYI, I don't take custom orders.  Also, I only ship my wreaths to the US, excluding Alaska and Hawaii.  It is just crazy expensive to ship anywhere else, and not to mention very far.  My wreaths are very fragile, but I do go to great lengths to package them carefully.
OK, I need to get back to work and finish that wreath that is on my work table.
Happy Holidays!!

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

A Wreath Giveaway Chicago Style

How about a wreath giveaway?!!?

You're in, right!

Then scoot on over to the pop culture blog, CrabbyGoLightly
and check it out.

They have generously purchased one of my holiday wreaths and they are giving it away.
Run, don't dawdle, right over here to enter.

Monday, November 12, 2012

How Do You Purchase a Wreath?

Welcome to GeorgiaPeachez Wreaths!  If you are new to my site, then welcome :->
It is Christmas 24/7 over here and if you love all things vintage Christmas then you have come to the right place.
I am crazy busy right now making wreaths as fast as I can so that hopefully every one that wishes to have one of my heirloom wreath creations can get one.
As I get the wreaths completed I will list them in my store.
I do not take orders or make custom wreaths.
There are two ways to get notified when I have listed new wreaths.
There is my mailing list.  I ONLY send out emails when I have new wreaths, you will never receive any spam from me and you can unsubscribe at any time by clicking the link contained in the email.
The other way to find out about new wreaths is to "like" my facebook page.
Also, I only ship my wreaths to the 48 continental states.  Because of the fragile nature of the wreaths I do not use the postal service.  I ship my wreaths via Fedex Ground.  Shipping outside of the continental US is just too expensive and far to travel.
OK, I better get back to my workstation.  Lots more wreaths to come!!