Women of Woodworking – Lynette Breton, Part II – The Ancient Bog Oak Flower Press

Woodworker Lynette Breton’s heirloom flower presses are made to preserve history in more ways than one. In addition to their purpose of saving flowers and precious memories, the presses themselves are constructed from repurposed historic materials. As Lynette resides in Harpswell, Maine, there are plenty of opportunities to find those storied materials in her area.... Continue Reading →

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Ketchup 2014 Part I

Happy New Year Everyone! Since I haven't posted to my blog since November, it's safe to say the past few months were a total blur and as well as a blast. I did manage to snap a few photos and explore some awesome new things since November, so here is Part I of the great Katie... Continue Reading →

National and Family Treasures

I've always been a bit obsessed with American History, even as a child. My ideal vacation was a trip to Gettysburg instead of a theme park, even at the age of 9. I also grew up with a family who loved to thrift and go "antiquing." I still love seeing my Uncle's antique war memorabilia... Continue Reading →

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