Buy props used in MaryJane’s books and magazine!
All proceeds (minus shipping and packing) will benefit www.firstbook.org, a non-profit that provides new books to children from low-income families throughout the U.S. and Canada.
MaryJane will post a photo of the prop and its cost here along with a few details as to its condition. The first person to call the farm and talk with Brian, 208-882-6819, becomes the new owner of a little bit of herstory. Shipping will be either USPS or UPS, our choice. No returns.
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Mary Jane~ I was reading in my newest magazine that autographed copies of your new book will be available soon. When I checked the current book offerings, it does not show the new book yet. Will you be telling us when autographed books are available to order? After sampling your cheese last summer, I cannot wait to get this newest book!!!! I am also totally in love with the milk cow labels shown on the latest Milk Cow Kitchen fabrics? Did you make any of those labels for your current milk bottles that are in the grocer? I am loving the one that says Mary Janes Milk-O-Mat $ Creamery! I currently have several of your first bottle labels for all of my big canning jars that hold my dry goods like beans, grains etc. I would love to have several of the mIlk-O-Mat labels for my current jars that have no labels. Any chance they are available to purchase? Etta Rose carries on the line this year and what a perfect baby photo to market this new book!
Guess we need to get on the ball and update our website. Milk Cow Kitchen was printed this past week but it’s anyone’s guess when we’ll have them in hand. I suppose we should start selling them as a pre-order like Amazon does. Duh. The labels in the fabric (good eye Winnie!) were just us having fun in our design studio. But I can print them any of them on paper and send them to you. What size, etc.? Would LOVE to help you out with your collection. You are soooo sweet to notice all these cow details:) The sun has come out, the a.m. singing birds are back, and I’m on my way out to greet my cows, feed them, muck out their stalls, and then take three of them for a long walk. I’ll kiss Rose Etta for you!
Whoop!!! I would LOVE,LOVE,LOVE 6 labels that fit wide mouth jars as that is what I currently use for all my storage items. It is so wonderful each time I grab a jar to see the current Mary Jane Creamery labels smiling at me. It’s like having MJF always close at hand!!
About the books. Are you going to offer any autographed ones from your site like you mentioned? I would much rather wait for that opportunity to purchase one than get one off Amazon. Hey, I saw on weather.com that Boise was going to get close to 61 today!! Maybe Moscow too?? Etta Rose won’t need her blanket on today as she soaks up an taste of Spring!
Labels on their way this week! Yes, we’ll get a pre-order website thing going as soon as possible, and then the minute I get my load of books, I’ll sign them and mail them out to YOU and anyone else that buys one from us instead of Amazon. Thanks for the nudge. One of the last things I did after walking my cows was to take Rose Etta’s blanket off. But by tonight, we have 100% chance of rain again. Enjoy it while you can, right?
Oops, I forgot to mention that I finished the Bees in America book today and it was a great read. I love american history and the story of bees in our nation should be in every school curriculum. It was fascinating and I am so glad you mentioned it in your blog.
Yesterday, I started and could not stop till finished, The Language of Flowers by Vanessa Diffenbaugh. The story is compelling but for flower lovers, the book is based on the meanings of all of the various flowers. For example daffodils mean New Beginnings, Basil means Hate. Totally fascinating! I never knew there was a whole language about flowers and what goes with what in a bouquet. A New York Times Bestseller, I highly recommend this if you have not already read it.
Yay!! Clap, Clap, Clap!!! Thank-you so much for the labels. I am in love with the graphics! Getting a signed copy of your new book is a must have as I was lucky enough to taste some cheese. It was so creamy and delicious. Just let us know when we can order from you. Thanks again so much and I hope you have been having a great thaw out today ahead of the early spring rains.