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Happy New Year!

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New winter wraps

New winter wraps

Come in and select a cozy candle for your winter days.

Come in and select a cozy candle for your winter days.

New Stonewall Kitchen arriving soon!

New Stonewall Kitchen arriving soon!

Happy New Year to all!

Dee and I hope all of our customers from SOSNM 1&2 had a blessed Christmas. We want to wish you much love, great health, and days of laughter in 2016.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

To start today, I want to say, so sorry for being so tardy with our blog. We’ve been so busy with getting ready for the holiday season at both of our locations. Our Bishopville shop opened on Dec. 2 with enthusiasm and excitement. Thanks to all who stopped by at both of our shops. We had a great holiday season!

Don’t forget to stop in for our terrific sales that are occurring at SOSNM 1&2.

Dee and I had our board meeting in Williamsburg, VA. We planned for our New Year. I think our customers will be excited and thrilled with the new inventory that will be arriving at both locations. Don’t forget to pop in and say hi.

Check with Dee at SOSNM 1 about an upcoming DIY class on Feb.6. Our artist, Edy who paints our wine glasses will be teaching a class! How cool is that? Sign up soon! Details with Dee.

Chars Idea/Recipe

Stonewall Kitchen Cranberry Horseradish sauce. This is delicious on turkey, chicken, or beef. I was serving a prime rib. I usually serve it will a horseradish/mayo sauce I mix. I was out of horseradish. I used the cranberry horseradish sauce with some mayo. Wisk it, it turns into a pretty pink sauce. Delish!

What will be in store for all us in 2016? Can’t wait! Dee and I will do our very best to provide lots of great treasures for your picking! We hope along with  great shopping experiences, all of us will enjoy laughter and fun while doing it.

This is Chars favorite  new aqua lantern, you could an angel, snowman, or snow baby  snow baby in your lantern. Not just for candles.

This is Chars favorite new aqua lantern, you could put an angel, snowman, or snow baby  in your lantern. Not just for candles.

Holiday Decorating

 

A New lantern arrived

A New lantern arrived

This is one of my favorite  new aqua lantern

This is one of my favorite new aqua lantern

Hello!

Christmas and winter decorating can be two different styles. Christmas decorations can be  Nativity’s Santa’s,

Christmas Trees, ornaments, bells, garlands, stockings, etc. Winter decorations can be snowy wreaths,pines,branches, pinecones,snowmen, frosted or shiny beaded garlands.

 

SOSNM 1 AND 2 have beautiful Christmas greenery to decorate your homes. I love the snowy evergreens and heavy snowy branches. Don’t put away your snowy branches and snowy pines after Christmas.

Snowman and pinecones are essential to your winter décor. I know some customers put out their snowmen after Christmas.

SOSMN 1 and 2 have lots to help you decorate into January and February. Beaded garlands can be used on mantles and tables.

Lanterns are another piece you can use throughout your seasons. Here are a few ideas on using your lanterns: candles, battery candles, fake snow with a santa or a snowman, figurine, doll, shells, sea glass, starfish, etc.

Tarnished silver platter ,bowls, etc. are being used in decorating for all seasons. A candle on a round plate looks beautiful. Sprinkle snow and glitter on the plate.

Old sleds,skates, and skis are fun for winter decor.

Come into our shops, and be inspired! We will have you sparkling and glistening!

Todays recipe is easy!

Buy Brie cheese, slice off the top, microwave till soft and gooey,use Stonewall Kitchen seedless raspberry jam, Cover your brie with the raspberry jam and warm again.

Serve with Stonewall simple crackers

 

 

Busy,Busy,Busy

Vintage Christmas in our new shop.

Vintage Christmas in our new shop.

New Victorian magnet 2016 calendars just arrived , gorgeous cake plate

New Victorian magnet 2016 calendars just arrived , gorgeous cake plate

Hi everyone! Great news, our Bishopville, MD shop opened up on Wed. ! Dee and I want to thank all who stopped by. The excitement is bubbling with joy.

Hope to see all of you, at our new destination.

I know it is a busy time of the year, make sure you take time to enjoy it. All of you who are already finished decorating, sit back, relax, turn on the Christmas tree lights, and sip a nice libation.

Come visit our shops for great gift and decorating ideas.

 

This weeks recipe comes from Stonewall Kitchen.com/recipes   Raspberry cream cheese coffee cake you may substitute the jelly by using plain raspberry or seedless raspberry or mixed berry.

Two sided baby Jesus large tin ornament

Two sided baby Jesus large tin ornament

This recipes looks good and easy.

Thankful Treasures

sosnm 2 in Bishopville, MD

sosnm 2 in Bishopville, MD

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Christmas in Bishopville, MD at SOSNM 2

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Our new shop in Bishopville, MD

Our new shop in Bishopville, MD

IMG_2428Hi everyone! Before I begin todays blog, Dee and I would like to thank all of our customers who visited our shop during  our 2nd Christmas Open house. It was wonderful to see familiar faces and new ones. Our shop was sparkling and smelling like Christmas. Thank you to all who commented on how great our shop looked. Dee and I had a great time with all of you.

Well, that brings me right to Thanksgiving and being thankful. Dee and I want to extend a big hug and thanks to all of our customers. You all are true treasures.We would like to wish a Happy Thanksgiving to you, your families, and friends. Many blessings.

Don’t forget to stop in to see Dee with your Christmas lists. She can help you select unique gifts for your friends and loved ones.

Make sure you check our Calendar for events, closings, and early closings. Updates on facebook too.

Excitement is building up for opening our new location in Bishopville, MD.

It’s looking very pretty. Our shop in Bishopville, MD is a smaller version of our Jessup, MD location. Dec. 2 will be our open date.

Todays recipe: stonewallkitchen.com/recipes

Cheddar Herb Biscuits with Smoke Turkey with Cranberry(you can substitute with regular turkey from Thanksgiving)

The recipe uses a cranberry horseradish sauce that we have in store.

We have great products that we can help you make a pretty gift basket for IMG_2432gift giving.

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Celebrate with SOSNM!

IMG_2426Come celebrate with SOSNM 1 in Jessup, MD

at our 2nd Annual Open House this Friday and Saturday.

Friday, we will be open 10:00a.m.-6:00p.m. and

Saturday, our hours will be 10:00a.m.-5:IMG_242800p.m.

Refreshments and prizes! Come relax and enjoy the holiday seasons. We will share decorating ideas and gift ideas. Special discounts.

Getting the festivities ready for our two day event. Bring a friend, relax, listen to Christmas music, sip on mulled cider and nibble on some of our tasty treats while shopping.

Come in and shop our unique store. We can help you make your own gift baskets. We have beautiful scarves and wraps for the ladies.  New stonewall kitchen has arrived! Can’t wait to see you all!

 

Wed. Recipe:

Stonewall Kitchen recipes.com. Cranberry  Horseradish  Bacon Dip

 

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Sparkle and Jingle all the Way

Thanks to all who stopped by on last Friday and Saturday. It was great being in town, I think Dee and I were definitely shining like a diamond. Glitz and glitter , mixed in with some snow does a heart good!

I love getting out our Christmas decorations to make our store festive. So much to share about what’s going on in our shops, yes two shops! I’ve been busy getting both shops ready for the holidays. I’m planning on coming up the eastern shore on Tuesday. We are getting ready for our Christmas Open House on Nov.20-21. Check our calendar for hours. Surprises, refreshments, fun, and beautiful gifts.

updates on calendar

Recipe Stonewall Kitchen.com: Lemon Cheesecake Tartlets(made with SK lemon curd)

We currently are carry the Lemon curd!

Come in soon, lots of great gifts and seasonal decorations.Unique antique and collectables are displayed throughout our huge shop. Our finds come from our estate sales , antiquing , auctions, and many more venues.  Let us help you select the perfect gift. We can help you make up a gift basket for a friend or special person in your life.

Our second shop will be officially opening on Dec. 2 in Bishopville, MD , our address is 10657 Bishopville RD.

Don’t forget to bring a friend or two when you come to our shop, its more fun with friends.

Do you need advent candles? We have them! Also have a set that has candles and brass holder. Hurry in, get you advent wreath candles.

Hope all of you have a great week, Dee and I hope to see you at the Open House, blessings.

We have a few special surprises for our Open House. Don’t miss it.

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Big News

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We have beautiful cards for all occasions
We have beautiful cards for all occasions

 

I announced yesterday that Something Old and Something New will be opening a second location in Bishopville,MD. How excited are we? We are busting at the seams!

Our hours at our shop in Bishopville,MD will be the following, starting on Dec.2.

Wed-Sat.

11:00a.m.-4:00p.m.

Our shop will be like our shop in Jessup, MD but on a smaller version.

We are close to Ocean City, MD and Delaware Beaches. Make sure you check us out.

Hope to see many of you this Friday and Saturday in Jessup, MD, Shop will be open to 5:00p.m. on Friday and Saturday we will be open 10:00a.m.-3:00p.m.

We will have some specials going on. Christmas bells are starting to chime!

Lets make some special memories for the holidays. I cant wait to start glitzing SOSNM.

 

Recipe for today is : on stonewallkitchen.com

Go search, Appetizer-Meatballs

Come over to our shop and pick up some hot pepper jelly to make your meatballs.

 

 

 

Santa is starting to sprinkle some snow

Santa is starting to sprinkle some snow

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Times Flying!

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imageTime, and our season of Fall is flying by! I know I have brought up this subject before! I’m not sure what’s going on, but it’s Halloween this weekend!

Then we will be sharing how thankful we are for our blessings, sitting around a table with our closest friends and family for Thanksgiving.

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Thanks to the graphics fairy.com for our graphics.

 

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So is it too early to think of Christmas?Well, I don’t think so!

Here are some photos from last year to get us in the mood.

Next Thursday we will be creating some Christmas magic in the shop.Can’t wait.

Next Friday we will stay open till 5:00p.m. (This will be new hours for our first Friday of the month.11:00a.m.-5:00p.m.)

We will continue to be open on  first Saturday of the month10:00a.m.- 3:00p.m.

I love decorating with Christmas vintage items.

I think I love it so much because it warms my heart thinking about all the wonderful Christmases I had as a child and the ones I cherish when my boys were young. Now I have two wonderful grandchildren to start over the traditions. More blessings to come.

 

 

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A couple of my favorite things I like to use to decorate with our old sleds, skates,snow shovels and vintage ornaments. Tie some fresh greens on a sled or skates stand them on your porch or by the front door. Sling your skates over your sled. Do you have a chair on the porch? Lay your skates on your chair, tie a bow with greens or holly. Put a snowman next to it.

We will have skates decorated for you to hang and maybe a snow shovel decorated! Come in soon! They won’t last!

Fill glass bowls,jars and vases with vintage ornaments, add fake snow and greens. Instant festive decor!

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Wednesday’s Recipe:

 

After your turkey dinners from Thanksgiving and Christmas, slice that turkey for delich sandwiches.

Multi grain bread, mayo, turkey, field green lettuce, salt and pepper on turkey, stonewall kitchen cranberry relish, and my favorite is a little stuffing on it. Now it is also good without the stuffing too.

This a Stuffed Tom Turkey.

Come in and get your cranberry relish. Lots of good recipes with the cranberry relish.

 

Old vs. New

This weeks blogs theme is old vs. new.

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Each has its own value, that’s why we decided to include old and new into our shop.

Vintage items are special because they have a true history.  And when we purchase a vintage item, we share the history of it with others.

It’s a sort of recycling. This gives me a great feeling that we are not just disposing of old things but we are appreciating the value of  them.

Then we have the new treasures!

Some individuals love new items.

The item is all shiny, not used, and all one needs to do is unwrap it.

What a nice fall look!

What a nice fall look!

 

New is great too! Both new and vintage treasures are loved for their own purpose.

And you know your new treasures will become vintage treasures one day.

At our shop, our goal is to have the old mixed with the new, not separated.

We try to show how we can decorate, entertain, and surround ourselves with what we love whether it’s new or vintage or both!

I love mixing vintage with new.

Try mixing a little vintage in your life! Share the history of the piece with friends and love ones.

Recipe this week can be found on:

Www.cookinglight.com: search: Butter-Pecan Mashed Sweet Potatoes

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Pumpkin Time

I love Fall, the cool crisp air and pumpkins everywhere. The changing colors of the leaves scattered all over the ground.

We hope you come in and visit with us.

Our fire is looking cozy for Fall!
Our fire is looking cozy for Fall! We want to invite all of our customers to come out to visit SOSNM during this beautiful time of the year.

Our shop looks like a pretty fall day. We have changed our displays and added beautiful merchandise.

Great Sales , don’t miss them.

Pictures below are:

The outfit is featured in a store in Ocean View, DE, Interiors by Kim:Kim’s Korner. Stop by lots of accessories, collectables, and furnishings for all homes. Turnkey decorating is available.

The other photo shows Black Crow Candles. Super smelling and long burning candles. Stay tune for a very special addition to this line of candles.

Our last photo is my weathered pumpkin. Quick and easy DIY.

Take a plastic pumpkin, paint it whatever color you desire.

Let it dry, then take a light sandpaper and weather your pumpkin.

I liked sanding around the face and grooves of the pumpkin. Final step, antique it with a stain or diluted brown paint. Wipe off the access. Let it dry. This is a cute and easy project. Send pictures. So we can post.

Come in and check out the arrival of new pumpkin items from Stonewall Kitchen.

 Today’s Recipe:foodnetwork.com

Search pumpkin roll by Trisha Yearwood

 You can freeze them too.

Don’t forget to check us out on Facebook , like us. Thanks

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