Moscow Art Walk

It was a fabulous day for a little walk, a little shop, and a little art …

Park yer’ trike, pedal bike, unicycle, or tandem, and come on in!

People wandered in from across all parts of town to my MaryJane’s Sweet Dreams store.

We had samples of our fresh-from-the-farm milk and chocolate, oh, and lemonade.

And, of course, products galore!

Isn’t the mini bed just darlin’?

Gingham sheets and aprons were there to greet patrons.

And fresh milk! Straight from my backyard where my organically fed, and lovingly treated Jersey cows spend their days grazing and being pampered.

Souvenir cup for ya?

Aprons, aprons, aprons, aprons!

And cloth cakes for all.

My little store featured one of our Project F.A.R.M. crafters (First-class American Rural Made), farmer Dick Warwick, from Oakesdale, Washington.

Dick is his name and spoons are his game! His business, Spoonfoolery, is one-of-a-kind.

Spoon wind chimes.

Spoon flautist.

Spoon band.

  1. Winnie Nielsen says:

    Beautiful store you have in Coeur D’Alene! I also love the Project F.A.R.M association because of the support it gives to small entrepreneurs. And those sweet Jersey cows with their big brown eyes…. will they be making chocolate ice cream too? When my girls and I would visit the cow barn at the Youth Fair, I used to kid them and say that Jersey Cows made chocolate milk that would turn into instant chocolate ice cream. Really ,they asked sort of wanting to believe? Mom, you’re foolin us! They don’t really do that!

    Do they? Maybe Mary Jane’s do?

    • Ace says:

      Hi Winnie,
      Haha I bet they would if you asked nice enough! 🙂 One of our Jersey cows is actually named Chocolate. (She is also pregnant, maybe MJ will name her baby Mocha?) Meg and MJ are in Toronto making in-person appearances at Sears, in the Eaton Centre, this Friday but will have an answer, and maybe a cup of chocolate milk for ya when they return. 😉 -ace

  2. Sue Herbst says:

    I loved looking at the pictures of your shop. My favorite was the “little bed” with the quilts. Since I am a quilter, all of those pictures with quilts in them were gone over and digested well. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  4. Dolly Sarrio says:

    I love this and wish I were closer also. I do however live close to a Belk Store which has your merchandise displayed so beautifully. My sister and I said that your items are the prettiest in the store….

  5. Raynita says:

    This is taking my breath away! I NEED to be there and taste that milk in those beautiful jars. This is most definitely a NEED not a want…lol….I want to touch that little bed too, no, no, that’s a need also:) This Okie Farmgirl truly appreciates you sharing this.

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