Etsy shop


By |2022-09-26T17:15:02-04:00September 27, 2022|Shopping|

Yes, it’s been a while y’all!

Now that the Autumn Equinox has passed I am, once again, working hard on all my products and getting them ready for fall and holiday shows. So I thought maybe you would like to see what’s been happening. I know many of you do not follow me on Instagram (@aneyefordetail) so you won’t be seeing products and shop updates.

If you go to the top of this page you will see some tabs. One of them is “My Shop.”  Click on that and you will see all that I am offering! The first section is “Pressed Flower Frames.”  These are my pride and joy!!  I love designing them, love the process, enjoy collecting the flowers, leaves, ferns and then searching my boxes for vintage paper and bits and bobs. For me, it is just plain fun.

Yes, you can buy these in my Etsy shop. But you can also buy them at two different shops here in the Chapel Hill area:

My Muses Card Shop


North Carolina Botanical Garden Shop

I’ll be posting all about the Holiday Makers Markets coming up and where and when I will be there; so stay tuned!



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

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


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

Each notebook has 50 pages with a […]


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.


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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