1840's Homesteader Tapers
"These tapers burned brightly on our solstice table this year, and added such a warm glow and spirit to our feast!"
~ Amanda, Editor
A beautiful pair of raw beeswax are poured into 10 inch antique tin candle molds dating back to 1840 found in a little antique shop in New England. The molds were lovingly repaired, cleaned up and are now putting out the same candles and light that burned on the tables of the heritage home.
Meet the Maker: Thankful Sage Farm School
Thankful Sage Farm School is, simply put, a way of life. It is that strong desire to grab a handful of earth, smell it, and carry that scent memory of it with you throughout the winter. It is picking up an old tool and actually using it, wildcrafting a bouquet for your dinner table. It is the crunch of the autumn leaves underfoot, and the scent of lemon verbena as you brush past it in the garden. It is getting your hands and heart involved in a project, a gift, or a written page. It is surrounding yourself with handcrafts, old books and carefully chosen vintage pieces that remind us how we used to live, and how you live now. It is warmth, a celebration of seasons and heartsongs.