Sunday, October 24, 2010

I need some help!!

Good Sunday evening! I hope everyone has had a wonderful weekend! Mine has been busy, but good. Got a lot of crafting and household stuff done! Yay!!

I need some help from y'all. I am trying to find some dried Sweet Annie to purchase and other than E-bay, I am having no luck finding any around here where I live. Since I don't do E-bay, I'm in a pickle!! Does anyone reading this sell Sweet Annie or know someone here in blogland who does, and if so, could you please direct me to them? Thanks in advance for all your help.

The hubby and I started on our wooden snowmen today. Our wooden lawn pumpkins were such a big hit, we decided to give a snowman a go! I have had several people where I work ask me about them so I bit the bullet and drew me out a pattern and off we went. I think they are going to turn out well. I will be sharing a pic of them with y'all later this week along with a couple of good recipes and some more crafts I've created over this weekend.

I hope everyone has a fabulous week!

Until next time. . .


  1. Donna, I buy this on ebay. It's been the best that I've found. It is preserved. The dried flakes and makes a mess fast.
    Here is the link.


  2. hey donna.Patti at had some.Im sure she has a bunch still and shes super sweet.blessings michelle

  3. Good for you Donna, that is so neat that you have a little business going!
    And sorry I can't help you but maybe on Etsy?
    Hugs Girlfriend,

  4. I thought I saw some on Etsy...Maybe I hope this helps =)

  5. Donna, I know of someone who may sell you some! How much you want? Let me know @ big hugs Casey

  6. I buy all my sweet annie from here.... ....and she gives such nice bundles and they are preserved so nicely! shipping too!

  7. You might try "The Flower Patch", they ship orders out quickly

  8. Im back Donna.I spoke with Patti shes got sweetannie(mixed artemesia)with wild green type.7.99 a bunch or 2 bunches for 14.99.Drop her a email if interested she I hope this helps.blessings michelle

  9. I agree--'the flower patch'
    preserved is much better than just dried.