MY SHOP UPDATES

By |2019-09-15T19:40:43-04:00September 15, 2019|Shopping|

If you’re new here or haven’t followed me for very long you may not know my
Etsy Shop
ONENUMBEREIGHT

If you look to your right you will see a small preview of some of the items!
But let’s talk about what is NEW

Calendars

This is brand new for 2020! A wall calendar, 6″ x 6″, with each month showing one of my Flower Portrait images. All are on a soft but dramatic textured grey background.

It’s printed on a nice heavy/but not too heavy gloss paper. 
It measures 6″x 6″ or 6″ x 12″ when fully open.
There is a hole at top for you to hang the calendar.

 

 

My most loved item:
“Jewel Case Calendar”

This has been my #1 selling item for three years now! It is available as the full calendar in the plastic jewel case but also as a refill. If you already have the case, just order the refill!

 

And these
NEW NOTEBOOKS

Each notebook has 50 pages with a […]

FUN WITH IRONING BOARD COVERS

By |2014-10-16T17:52:33-04:00January 26, 2014|8 McDowell|

 Are ironing board covers your idea of a fun purchase?

For me the answer is yes! It’s true: I am very into ironing.

 I’ve mentioned here before that I really like to iron. Yes, really and truly. It satisfies me and makes me feel good. Many, many, many years ago I remember my Mother showing me the correct way to iron cotton, long sleeved shirts. And tea towels. And sheets. Of course, I could have ended up hating this entire business but no, I ended up really enjoying it.

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Fast forward to a year ago. My ironing board is old. It belonged to my Grandmother who died in 1980 and I have had it ever since. It’s sturdy and solid and so easy to fold and unfold, unlike the shaky, thin and about-to-collapse kind you see now. And remember, to an “ironer” these are important distinctions. When we redid our present laundry room/pantry I looked into the kind of boards that come out from the wall or slide out from a cabinet. In the end they all seemed too small and not sturdy enough to work with and iron sheets. I opted to keep this very old but “much loved” board.

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