Deck the Halls IV

Thanks to everyone who joined us for our fourth annual Wreath Making Party! We tried out TaborSpace for the first time, and being in a new location definitely added a few challenges—clippings and carpet are a tough combination—but it was great to see everyone. It’s amazing how well each and every wreath turns out. Mark your calendars now for December 3rd, 2016?

 

Sparkling New Content

sticker-new-zkMUdlPOIn addition to freshening things up around here with a new theme, we have a new page and new project photos on the site. One of the project galleries is now focused on Accessory Dwelling Units (read up about ADUs on our blog if you missed it the first time), and we will have a brand new project to show off there by the end of the summer.

You can also spot two recent projects in our New Construction gallery.

As always, if you have any questions about our work, don’t hesitate to get in touch!

Deck the Halls II

This year, we held our ladies’ wreath making party at the Woodstock Community Center. It was nice to have a little more elbow room! Thank to some generous friends and a timely trip to Mt. Hood, we were able to offer some interesting decorative greens — hydrangea, holly, mistletoe, ivy, lichen, laurel, moss, and more — but we came near to running out of the best Douglas fir. See you again this time next year…

Deck the Halls!

Earlier this month, after a little practice and with some helpful instructions from Portland Nursery in hand, we embarked on our first ever ladies’ wreath making party. Each wreath was as unique as its maker and they were all beautiful. Plus, we loved having a chance to catch up with friends. It was so much fun, we’re already planning ahead for next year!

Harvest Party 2011

We were so happy to celebrate our clients last October. The Laurelhurst Club was the perfect venue for our harvest-themed party, with room for both tables and a country line dancing lesson. Bob cooked up his delicious chili recipe while Mary put together a pie tasting that represented bakeries from all over town. And our friend Gary Farrell spun great tunes all evening. (Can you still call it that when the deejay uses a laptop?) Thanks to everyone who attended and to all our clients for making 2011 a success!